I study the global politics of altruism. I’m interested in triage, the science of doing good, and effective altruism. Triage in global altruism is poorly understood, yet its normative implications are vast. My research evaluates the deviation between how actors, primarily human rights INGOs, ought to prioritize worthy causes and how they actually prioritize them. I believe that we can use the science of doing good to inform triage in order to use our resources to do the most amount of good possible.