Patrice Paoli is the director of the French Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs Crisis Centre. While the French State reaffirms its desire to involve companies and foundations in humanitarian action, it was essential to know more about this approach. For Patrice Paoli, it is based on pragmatism, collective action and the effective synergy of the means of each actor. NGOs now must position themselves according to this roadmap.
Interview by Virginie Troit, Executive Director of the French Red-Cross Foundation, and Benoît Miribel, co-founder of the Humanitarian Alternatives review (January 2018).
A reworked transcript of the interview given by Patrice Paoli is available on the seventh issue of the review available here.
Former United Nations Undersecretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator, Jan Egeland is Secretary General of the NGO Norwegian Refugee Council. Last January, he gave us an interview during which he reviewed the current major humanitarian issues.
Interview by Antonio Donini, visiting fellow at the Feinstein International Center of the Tufts University and research associate at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva and Jean-Baptiste Richardier, co-founder of
the Humanitarian Alternatives review (January 2018).
A reworked transcript of the interview given by Jan Egeland is available on the seventh issue of the review
Rony Brauman is the former President of MSF and Director of Studies at MSF-Crash. We interviewed him on the occasion of the publication of his new book “Humanitarian Wars: lies and intox” [published in French “Guerres humanitaires: mensonges et intox”]. This book has been awarded the 2018 Albert Thibaudet prize by the Centre Thycydide, rewarding French-language authors of recent works on international relations.
Interview conducted in July 2018, by Boris Martin, editor-in-chief at Humanitarian Alternatives.