Dr Hugo Slim is a Senior Research Fellow at the Las Casas Institute for Social Justice at Blackfriars Hall at the University of Oxford and also works with the Institute of Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict at Oxford’s Blavatnik School of Government. His humanitarian career has combined academia, operations, policy and diplomacy. He has been Head of Policy and Humanitarian Diplomacy at the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), Chief Scholar at the Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue and Reader in International Humanitarianism at Oxford Brookes University. Hugo has also worked for Save the Children and the United Nations in Morocco, Sudan, Ethiopia, the Occupied Palestinian Territories and Bangladesh, and been a Board Member of Oxfam GB and the Catholic Agency for Overseas Development (CAFOD). His most recent books are Solferino 21: Warfare, Civilians and Humanitarians in the Twenty First Century(2022 Hurst/OUP) and Humanitarian Ethics: A Guide to the Morality of Aid in War and Disaster (2015 Hurst/OUP).