BSc (Geography); MA Applied Anthropology and Participatory Development (ANU); MA Anthropology of Conflict Violence and Conciliation (Sussex)
Daniel began his PHD (part-time) with ANU in 2010. He completed an MA in Anthropology of Conflict Violence and Conciliation at Sussex University in 2007 (Dissertation: Post-colonial perspectives on relations between Australians and Solomon Islanders: Implications for Capacity-building) and a Masters in Applied Anthropology and Participatory Development at ANU graduating in 2008.
Daniel has over 20 years experience working in the international development and humanitarian aid sectors. This includes around 8 years working for the Australian Aid Programme in a variety of roles including the Solomon Island Desk (2000-2003, Iraq, Afghanistan and Middle East programmes (2004-2006) and Peace and Conflict Unit (2008). He has also worked for Care International (Iraq, Kosovo, and Aceh); and as a consultant to UNICEF (Solomon Islands); UNDP (Uganda) and OXFAM GB (UK and India). He currently researches and teaches on a range of undergraduate courses (Politics and Intenational Development; War Humanitarian Crises and Aid) and convenes a Masters module (Conflict Peace and Security) at the University of East Anglia.