(Cited from Wikipedia)
James Jude Orbinski (born 1960 in England) is a Canadian physician, writer and humanitarian activist. He is an Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Toronto and a Fellow at the Munk Centre for International Studies. He was President of the International Council of Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF, aka Doctors Without Borders) at the time the organization received the 1999 Nobel Peace Prize. James Orbinski also is the co-founder and Chair of the Board of Directors of Dignitas International, a medical humanitarian organization working with communities to dramatically increase access to life-saving treatment and prevention in areas overwhelmed by HIV/AIDS.
He is closely associated with the University of Toronto's Massey College where he is a Senior Fellow and was the founding Saul Rae Fellow.
Among other things, he is an out-spoken advocate for increasing the availability of anti-retroviral drugs to combat AIDS in poor countries. He is considered a brilliant orator. In 1998, Orbinski received the Governor General's Meritorious Service Cross for his work as the MSF Head of Mission in Rwanda during the 1994 civil war. Médecins Sans Frontières currently has active projects in over 70 nations.
Dignitas Internationalを設立し、今年は"An Imperfect Offering"を出版（英語）
Medecins Sans Frontieres
Doctors Without Borders