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But rather than showing concern, they were bursting with laughter. Papua New Guinea is a nation infamous for crime, and it’s not uncommon to hear horror stories about tourists being attacked.

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Not only were the people I met more nuanced than what I gave them credit, but so too was their situation.Nevertheless, the accompanying narrative remains with the public and donors alike.That is, that poverty is overwhelmingly depressing and that the people stuck in such circumstances are fundamentally different to you and me.But just as #blessed Instagram selfies only capture a brief moment of joy, so too does ‘poverty porn’ only reveal a brief moment of sadness.Sometimes people are happy and sometimes they’re sad, but that’s irrelevant when assessing whether somebody is rich or poor.When NGOs introduce us to real people with diverse emotions and backgrounds, we are more inclined to trust the subjects and their intent for a better life.

And this here is my vision: an Australian public that sees the solution to poverty as being one of partnership rather than one of charity.

It’s a subtle semantic difference, but a powerful conceptual one.

It means that the impetus to donate isn’t pity or guilt or pride.

I favour this kind of content because I can identify with those Papua New Guinea pranksters, and I imagine other Australians can too.

Their greetings might have alarmed my group, but their cheekiness also struck a chord with us.

When we’re only subject to a limited range of images, it’s easy for us to believe that humans living in poverty are somehow incapable of accessing certain emotions.