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Rumour Has It: A Practice Guide to Working with Rumours

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Resource type:Tools, guidelines and methodologies
Language:English
Keywords:Communications, media & information, Conflict, violence & peace, Disasters
Agency:CDAC Network - Communicating with Disaster Affected Communities Network
Author(s):Bugge, J.
Date published:June 2017
Pages:44pp

The CDAC Network commissioned this practice guide to draw both on their experiences and many others’, in order to document approaches, practices and tools to working with rumours. It is aimed primarily at humanitarian programme managers and field staff to enable them to integrate working with rumours into their response programmes in a way that is achievable.

The guide is illustrated with experiences from a range of contexts and all of the examples given are based on real rumours.

The guide is designed to help you develop a way of working with rumours. As with all humanitarian action, there is no one-size-fits-all approach. Instead, the guide aims to build your knowledge and understanding of rumours, and suggests key steps and considerations. A range of options and tools is presented that can be used in different combinations according to the context, and a ‘good enough’ approach is encouraged: integrate quick and simple steps immediately, and build from these.

 

 

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