Josiah Kaplan

Josiah Kaplan

Child Protection Specialist, UNICEF

Currently based in: Florence, Italy

MPhil Development Studies (2005)

Talk to me about: NGOs, Non-profits, International aid, Innovation, Conflict and security affairs, Research

Dr. Josiah Kaplan has worked for more than 15 years as a humanitarian research and knowledge management specialist, with specific focus on issues related to mixed migration, conflict, child rights, and civil-military coordination across INGO sector, UN system and academia. He currently serves as a Child Protection Specialist with UNICEF's Office of Research, based in Florence, Italy. Prior to this role, Josiah has led a variety of research and practitioner functions across the aid sector, including as Senior Research & Innovation Advisor for Save the Children International’s Migration & Displacement Initiative (MDI); as Senior Research Advisor on humanitarian evidence for Save the Children UK’s Humanitarian Innovation Fund and Research for Health in Humanitarian Crises (R2HC) grant; as a researcher with the University of Oxford Refugee Studies Centre’s Humanitarian Innovation Project (HIP); and in a wide range of consultant roles with INGOs, UN agencies, and think tanks. He is an American citizen, and holds a Master's and PhD from St. Cross College, University of Oxford, as well as an undergraduate degree from Dartmouth College.

 

If you would like to be put in touch with Josiah, please contact Annabelle at engagement.manager@stx.ox.ac.uk