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Josiah Kaplan

Child Protection Specialist

Josiah Kaplan has worked for more than a decade in child rights research and knowledge management, with a focus on mixed migration, livelihood, social protection and conflict issues across the INGO sector, UN system and academia. He previously served as Senior Research & Innovation Advisor for Save the Children International’s Migration & Displacement Initiative (MDI), where he led a varied research and innovation project portfolio. Prior to this, Josiah has served a variety of research and practitioner roles, including as a humanitarian evidence adviser for Save the Children UK, as a researcher with the University of Oxford Refugee Studies Centre’s Humanitarian Innovation Project (HIP), and a wide range of consultancies with INGOs, UN agencies, and think tanks across the aid sector. He is an American citizen, and holds a Master's and PhD from the University of Oxford, as well as an undergraduate degree from Dartmouth College.

Events

The Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action 2020 Annual Meeting
Event Event

The Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action 2020 Annual Meeting

The Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action is holding the 2020 Annual Meeting on Child Protection in Humanitarian Action with the theme of Infectious Disease Outbreaks and the Protection of Children.