Martin Quack is a Fellow at the Centre for Humanitarian Action (CHA). His research interests include the policy framework of humanitarian assistance, the humanitarian principles, partnership and localisation, and the links between humanitarian assistance and peacebuilding.
Martin is an independent consultant on humanitarian assistance and peacebuilding and a lecturer at the University of Tübingen. From 2016 to 2018 he coordinated the process of founding CHA. Prior to this, he worked for Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe and for peace organisations. At the University of Cologne, he completed his doctorate on the analysis of the effects of peacebuilding.
Martin has worked in over 20 countries and works in German and English. Further information here.
2020: Triple Nexus in South Sudan: Learning from Local Opportunities
2018: Based on need alone?