Operational Team

Boris Martin

Boris Martin is Chief editor of the Alternatives Humanitaires review (http://alternatives-humanitaires.org) since February 2016, after having occupied a similar position for the review Humanitaire at Médecins du Monde. He is also freelance editor and author.

His publications:

  • L’adieu à l’humanitaire. Les ONG au défi de l’offensive néolibérale, Éditions Charles Léopold Mayer, 2015 (freely downloadable)
  • Many Reasons to Intervene: French and British Approaches to Humanitarian Action (with Karl Blanchet, eds.), Columbia University Press/Hurst & Co Publishers Ltd, 2011
  • Droits de l’Homme et responsabilités (with Sandrine Revet and Bertrand Verfaillie), Éditions Charles Léopold Mayer et Tarik Éditions, 2007, 139 pages.
  • Critique de la raison humanitaire (with Karl Blanchet), Editions Le Cavalier Bleu, 2006
  • Voyager autrement - Vers un tourisme responsable et solidaire, Editions Charles Léopold Mayer, 2003
  • Quand le droit fait l’école buissonnière - Pratiques populaires de droit (with Patricia Huyghebaert), Descartes & Cie, Editions Charles Léopold Mayer, 2002
  • La France de la solidarité, Cesno, 2002

He has written tales (Chronique d’un monde disparu, 2008 and « C’est de Chine que je t’écris… », 2004) published by Seuil, and short stories (Hong Kong, un parfum d’éternité, 2010) published by Elytis. His most recent tale – L’iconoclaste. L’histoire véritable d’Auguste François, consul, photographe, explorateur, misanthrope, incorruptible et ennemi des intrigants – was released in 2014 by Éditions du Pacifique.

On his blog that can be found at http://lemondenesuffitpas.hautetfort.com/, he has posted his news reports on humanitarianism.


Audrey Sala

After participating in the creation of the Handicap International Foundation and the Vivre Debout Foundation, Audrey Sala has accompanied the founders of the Humanitarian Alternatives review (http://alternatives-humanitaires.org) from the beginning of the project. She is now in charge of the coordination and the communication of the NGO.

Audrey also worked for Amnesty International France as an external consultant for the creation of their Foundation (https://www.amnesty.fr/fondation-amnesty-international) and at Handicap International for the ethical screening of their financial partners.

Since May 2017, she is member of the Operational Coordination Team for the Forum Espace Humanitaire 2018.

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