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Juliano is Head of Studies, Humanitarian Affairs, at Save the Children, where he has co-authored books including ‘Making lives: Refugee self-reliance and humanitarian action in cities’ and ‘The echo chamber: Results, management, and the humanitarian effectiveness agenda’.

He is also an editor of the Journal of Humanitarian Affairs, a visiting researcher at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and an honorary research fellow for the Humanitarian and Conflict Response Unit at University of Manchester. He is one of the editors of the forthcoming book, ’Amidst the Debris: Humanitarianism and the End of Liberal Order’. Prior to joining Save the Children, Juliano worked for several years as a researcher on the politics of conflict and development with think tanks, academic institutions, NGOs and the UN.

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