Why are CEOs and boards being trained and coached, while government leaders and ministers are generally expected to learn on the job? Simone Filippini of Leadership4SDGs and Helen Clark, former UNDP administrator, share their opinion.
Women's equality and political participation are essential to peace, security and global stability, but to move forward we need to leave the rhetoric behind and focus on implementation and funding on the ground, argues Cordaid's Simone Filippini in this guest column.
Ensuring that billions of euros in emergency relief are available is not enough — we need to make sure that local aid workers can do their courageous work properly, says Cordaid's Simone Filippini, in this op-ed. As the Syria donors conference kicks off in London, what can the international community do?
While a great deal has been achieved through the Millennium Development Goals the targets have not been met, writes Simone Filippini, CEO of Cordaid in this exclusive commentary. Will the sustainable development goals be any different?
Today's refugee crisis requires more determination, greater vision and more solidarity, Cordaid CEO Simone Filippini says, calling on Europe to address the root of conflict and practice generosity in it's treatment of asylum seekers.
In Addis Ababa, world leaders and the global donor community have the chance to earmark development finance for peace and state-building goals and distribute them fairly, including in forgotten fragile countries, Cordaid's CEO writes in this exclusive commentary.
When policymakers gather next week in Brussels for the European Development Days, they should keep in mind that we will never eradicate poverty without first addressing conflict, fragility and inequality. But… how? A guest opinion by Cordaid CEO Simone Filippini.