Video republishing

We believe in the free flow of information and so we publish under a Creative Commons Attribution / No Derivatives license (BY ND). This means you may download our online videos free of charge or republish them, provided you follow these guidelines.

For online videos

  • You cannot modify our videos, except to reflect relative changes in time and location (according to current events, if necessary) and your editorial style. If you do wish to make modifications, you need to do so with the author’s consent prior to publication.
  • You must credit the authors and their institutions, ideally at the start of the video.
  • You must credit FNEGE Médias and include a link either to our home page www.fnege-medias.fr or to the video URL . We prefer that you place the credit at the start of the video and that you include our logo.
  • You cannot sell our videos separately, but it is possible to include them on pages with advertising.
  • You must have permission to republish the images in our videos and in our articles. Some images, such as those from commercial providers, cannot be republished without permission or payment. Copyright terms are generally listed in the image caption and attribution. You may remove our images or replace them with your own. The rules are the same for graphics.
  • You cannot systematically republish all of our videos, nor can you include all of the content of our site within yours.
  • If your website operates exclusively on a paid access / subscription basis, you cannot republish our videos.
  • If your website has a paywall, any and all republished material must be offered on the free-access side of your site.

Special cases

  • Extracts: you can show the first few lines or paragraphs of a video or article and then say: “Watch the full video / Read the full article on FNEGE Médias” with a link to our site.
  • Quotes: you can quote authors provided you include a link to the video URL.
  • Translations: are technically considered to be a derivative under our creative commons license and therefore require the author’s consent. Many authors will give their consent in good faith.
  • Modifications: if you wish to make modifications to the video or text, you must do so with the author’s consent prior to publication.
  • Signed consent / copyright release forms: are not required, provided you follow these guidelines.

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Digital technologies can create confusion among donors in the humanitarian supply chain (HSC), leading to uncertainty about their use. While resilience in HSCs has been widely studied, antifragility has not. This study examines how donor confidence in digital technologies impacts antifragility in HSCs through their application in sourcing, material flow, and distribution, with trust in digital technologies and perceived effective digital technology governance as moderating factors. Using resource dependence theory, data from 296 NGOs were analyzed with partial least squares–based structural equation modeling (PLS-SEM). The findings show that digital technology application is crucial for building an antifragile HSC and that donor confidence and trust in digital technologies are essential. NGOs should focus on enhancing trust and governance perception to facilitate digital transformation in HSCs.
BAG Surajit - EMLV |

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Digital technologies can create confusion among donors in the humanitarian supply chain (HSC), leading to uncertainty about their use. While resilience in HSCs has been widely studied, antifragility has not. This study examines how donor confidence in digital technologies impacts antifragility in HSCs through their application in sourcing, material flow, and distribution, with trust in digital technologies and perceived effective digital technology governance as moderating factors. Using resource dependence theory, data from 296 NGOs were analyzed with partial least squares–based structural equation modeling (PLS-SEM). The findings show that digital technology application is crucial for building an antifragile HSC and that donor confidence and trust in digital technologies are essential. NGOs should focus on enhancing trust and governance perception to facilitate digital transformation in HSCs.
BAG Surajit - EMLV |