Gerald Martone

International Rescue Committee

Bio

Gerald Martone is the director of humanitarian affairs at the International Rescue Committee's headquarters in New York.

He served two elected terms as the co-chair of the Disaster Response Committee of InterAction, and on the Sphere Project Management Committee. In 1999 he participated in the UN Inter-Agency Emergency Mission to East Timor, and, in 2000, in the UNHCR Mission to Angola. He is also associate professor at Columbia University's School of Public Health and an adjunct lecturer at Columbia University's School for International and Public Affairs.

Featured Work

NOV 30, 2004 Podcast

Humanitarianism under Fire

How can humanitarian organizations and their workers maintain their traditional neutrality, impartiality, and independence—and should they?

NOV 30, 2004 Transcript

Humanitarianism under Fire

How can humanitarian organizations and their workers maintain their traditional neutrality, impartiality, and independence—and should they?