Daniel D'Esposito currently works as capacity building officer at HURIDOCS, which includes helping frontline human rights organisations collect, record, safeguard and analyse data on human rights violations using databases such as OpenEvsys.
Before that, he worked for ten with the ICRC, both in the field and at headquarters, in the field of humanitarian protection (visits to detainees to prevent torture and disappearances and improve conditions of detention, and monitoring respect for IHL by warring parties).
Daniel holds a BA in political science from the University of Lausanne and an MSc in NGO Management from the London School of Economics. He lives near Geneva, in Coppet.
He is also the founder and editor of Human Rights Tools, a leading provider of career information for human rights professionals (jobs and educational opportunities).