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Rowan is a Bankers Without Borders Fellow with the Grameen Foundation in Kenya and a graduate student at the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin. He's also the founder and editor of the Development Intern blog, and his writing has appeared at Think Africa Press, Generation C Magazine, VICE and Stuff Expat Aid Workers Like, amongst others. Rowan is interested in culture, human rights and governance and has previously worked in East Africa and London.

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Tweeting Into Trouble (Part 1): How social media can land NGO staff in legal trouble

Social media is increasingly being treated as though it were a traditional publishing platform, particularly by NGOs. However, most organisations have not seriously considered how their staff are using social media and what the consequences are of blogging and tweeting. Rowen Emslie breaks it down from a legal perspective, arguing that it is time for NGO staff to learn about...