Rachel Kiddell-Monroe is passionate about social justice and finding ways to show humanity and solidarity for people and our planet, using her background as a lawyer and activist. Most recently, Rachel founded SeeChange Initiative, a non-profit organization based on principles of community empowerment and solidarity. See Change Initiative is working in collaboration with the Government of Nunavut, to develop a community-led task-sharing project in Nunavut (Northern Canada) to tackle the TB epidemic.μRachel’s social justice awakening began in 1989 when she worked indigenous rights and East Timorese independence with grassroots organisations in Indonesia. But her most notable contribution to humanitarianism has been as a result of her work with Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) where she currently serves on the International Board of Directors, formulating policy and vision to safeguard MSF’s medical humanitarian mission. Over the past 25 years, Rachel has also worked in various capacities at MSF: heading emergency humanitarian assistance in Rwanda before, during and after the genocide as well as in Djibouti and Democratic Republic of Congo (1992-1996), serving as programme director of MSF Canada (1998-1999), advising on Regional Humanitarian Affairs for Latin America based in Costa Rica from (1999-2003), leading the MSF Access Campaign in Canada (2003-2007).