UNICEF's 8 Quick Steps to Ethical Imagery

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The UNICEF 8 Quick Steps to Ethical Imagery outlines UNICEF's policy to protect and safeguard children's representation in photographs. Education Cannot Wait both follows and expects partners to follow all policies as outlined. The steps covered include respect for the real situation, intention and context, edits and facts, content manipulation, use of releases, questions to ask, avoidance of stereotypes and protection for at-risk children. It also includes a sample standard photo release and media copyrights forms.

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