Daniel Beaudoin is an adviser to various military and international aid organizations, specializing in humanitarian aid facilitation in conflict zones. He is a PhD candidate in political science at the University of Tel Aviv, Israel, where he also teaches a course on humanitarian diplomacy.
Posts by Daniel Beaudoin
Embroidering History: An Englishwoman’s Experience as a Humanitarian Aid Volunteer in Post-War Poland, 1924-1925
Jane Cooper’s book, Embroidering History, opens wide a window into the workings of an early humanitarian aid project in a complex emergency, namely the... Read More