Information sharing measures should be implemented without any favouritism between or within the population groups concerned. Priority in action should be given to the most urgent cases of distress or most urgent needs for sharing.
- Make decisions based on genuine need alone.
- Protect individuals and groups against actions interfering with rights, entitlements, and human dignity.
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