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We are seeking to expand our roster of consultant Team Leaders to support projects within our Conflict Portfolio

The streets of London are alive with Extinction Rebellion

In this first blog of a two-part series, I’m going to describe just a couple of the things that I think business can learn from the development sector

For one week in late September, it seemed all roads led to New York, to the 74th United Nations General Assembly (aka “UNGA”)

Transforming agriculture in Africa to provide sufficient nutritious foods, poverty reduction and economic growth is an essential task

Is there a link between youth, unemployment, rural to urban migration and extrajudicial killings?

I am very excited to join Wasafiri as the Senior Manager, Food Systems and Inclusive Growth, based out of Wasafiri’s Nairobi office. Why is this move so exciting?

This week I was running a workshop with a very nice group of people from the British Army, when I accidently mentioned Brexit. I didn’t mean to, it just slipped out

In this era of political change, when diverse and extreme views are being expressed freely, it can be tempting to retreat into our echo chambers [where an echo chamber is defined as “an environment in which a person encounters only beliefs or opinions that coincide with their own.”