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Josiah Kaplan



Dr Josiah Kaplan recently completed his DPhil in International Relations at Oxford, where he worked on issues related to military innovation and North–South knowledge exchange among peacekeeping organisations tasked with civilian protection missions.

He holds an MPhil in Development Studies from Oxford, and as both an independent consultant and student, possess approximately eight years of progressive experience in international development and security policy research, with a focus on issues related to civilian protection, humanitarian innovation social protection and security sector reform issues.

Josiah has provided past research and programme support to organisations including Human Rights Watch, Médecins Sans Frontières, UNICEF, United Nations Department of Peacekeeping (DPKO) Best Practices Unit, and UNDP-Sierra Leone Peace and Development Unit. Most recently, he has served as a research consultant with ODI on issues related social research methodology, social protection, and child protection policy. Josiah is currently serving as a research consultant with the RSC's Humanitarian Innovation Project in Uganda.

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