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Jonathan Brooker is a humanitarian and writer. Currently working with the United Nations, he is responsible for coordination, preparedness and strategic planning of humanitarian assistance. He is an experienced humanitarian having coordinated responses to both natural disasters and man-made crises in Sudan (Darfur), Lebanon, Chad, and Pakistan. He has also advised organizations in the United States and the United Kingdom on humanitarian and human rights issues including asylum, torture, arbitrary detention, crimes against humanity, genocide and war crimes.

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  • Jonathan Brooker is a humanitarian and writer. Currently working with the United Nations, he is responsible for coordination, preparedness and strategic planning of humanitarian assistance. He is an experienced humanitarian having coordinated responses to both natural disasters and man-made crises in Sudan (Darfur), Lebanon, Chad, and Pakistan. He has also advised organizations in the United States and the United Kingdom on humanitarian and human rights issues including asylum, torture, arbitrary detention, crimes against humanity, genocide and war crimes.
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  • Jonathan Brooker is a humanitarian and writer. Currently working with the United Nations, he is responsible for coordination, preparedness and strategic planning of humanitarian assistance. He is an experienced humanitarian having coordinated responses to both natural disasters and man-made crises in Sudan (Darfur), Lebanon, Chad, and Pakistan. He has also advised organizations in the United States and the United Kingdom on humanitarian and human rights issues including asylum, torture, arbitrary detention, crimes against humanity, genocide and war crimes. As a writer he has worked with The New York Times, The Daily Telegraph, The Sunday Telegraph, The Independent, The Independent on Sunday, The Epoch Times and The Thompson Reuters Foundation. He is currently working with the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs in the Regional Office for the Middle East and North Africa. Educated at Cheltenham College, he won the Duleepsinghi Scholarship for leadership and sporting excellence. He read Theology at Westminster College, Oxford where he obtained an Oxford University-validated bachelor degree, and represented the Oxford University cricket team, touring Pakistan in 2000, and winning a first-class cricket cap the same year. He also represented his college in Rugby Union and the Oxford University Rugby League first XIII. Recognized as a talented cricketer from a young age, he represented Gloucestershire and Warwickshire county cricket teams at under-17 and under-19 levels, and played Birmingham Premier League cricket for Stratford-upon-Avon in the United Kingdom. He is also a certified JAR PPL pilot. He obtained a Master's degree in International Law from the School of Oriental and African Studies in London in 2010. In 2013, he married Claire Abigail Chatagnon in France, her native country. The couple has two sons.
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