Children play football during an October 2012 rainstorm in the Doro refugee camp in South Sudan's Upper Nile State. More than 110,000 refugees had come to camps in Maban County from Sudan's Blue Nile region, where the Sudanese military was bombing civilian populations as part of its response to a local insurgency. Under "informed consent" rules that require prior approval, the photographer would have had to stop the boys from playing, have them find and identify their parents somewhere in the sprawling camp, explain the intricacies of "informed consent" and usage, get their signatures, and then return to photograph the game. That's a process that's allegedly designed to assure that the boys are not depicted in an undignified manner. Photo by Paul Jeffrey.