Based in Paris, France. Specialises in international cooperation, governance, multi-stakeholder dynamics, advocacy strategy and civil society strengthening.
Martin is an international consultant with 14 years’ experience in the field of international cooperation, specifically focused on governance, multi-stakeholder dynamics, advocacy strategy and civil society strengthening.
He has worked within a research context (as Deputy Director of the Governance Research Institute), an international Foundation (FPH), a UN organisation (UNESCO) and a consulting agency (Synergence). He currently teaches in the Public School of International Affairs of Sciences Po Paris and in La Sorbonne – Paris V University.
As a consultant, he focuses his activities on 5 main domains :
- International cooperation policies and instruments (working with the French Development Agency, French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Coordination Sud, etc.)
- Civil society partnership strategies & networks (working with Agricord, Aide et Action, Ford Foundation, etc.)
- Advocacy strategies and multi-stakeholder dialogue (working with OXFAM, Aides, French Ministry of Sustainable Development, etc.)
- Monitoring and evaluation systems (working with F3E, French Development Agency,, Solidarité Laïque, etc.)
- Strategic planning and prospective (working with AFDI, Batik, etc.)
Martin also has developed an expertise on intercultural issues emerging in international cooperation programs and networks, a topic on which he has published several books, notably “L’intelligence interculturelle (Intercultural Awareness)” (Editions CLM -April 2014), and “Le Culturoscope” (Editions CLM -April 2016).
Martin graduated from Sciences Po Paris (Master in International Affairs), McGill University (3rd year degree) and Université Nancy II (DEUG).