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About the author:
J. is a full-time professional humanitarian worker with more than twenty years of experience in the aid industry.
He currently holds a real aid world day job at a real humanitarian organization as a disaster response manager. He writes about humanitarian work in his spare time with a personal computer because he enjoys it and because he believes that there is not nearly enough popular culture out there specifically for aid workers.
In a previous blogosphere life J. wrote a blog about aid work called Tales From the Hood (talesfromethehood.com). These days he is half owner/blogger of the uber-awesome Stuff Expat Aid Workers Like (stuffexpataidworkerslike.com). These days he occasionally blogs about serious topics at AidSpeak (aidspeak.wordpress.com).
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Letters Left Unsent
Letters Left Unsent is a rare look into the work and life of a humanitarian through the eyes of a full-time, professional aid worker as he grapples with the question of how to be an aid worker, and what it means.
Aid worker, blogger, and humanitarian fiction author, J., pulls together a collection of previously published blog posts and articles, edited and distilled for use by students, instructors, and anyone who has ever dreamed of being a humanitarian.
- Publication Date:
- 0989365956 / 9780989365956
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5.25" x 8"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Social Science / Disasters & Disaster Relief