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Join the World Humanitarian Forum in expert discussions on topics ranging from International Development and Food Security to humanitarian response.

Latest Episodes

Enhancing Women, Peace and Security in the times of COVID-19 - In conversation with Melanne Verveer - Episode 10

In this week's episode, we had a conversation with Executive Director of the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security. We asked questions ranging from Georgetown's Women, Peace and Security Index to the role of men in promoting gender equality. Asides from this, we are currently organising our New York conference taking place online on the 22-23 September. If you're interested, please visit our website.Website:https://www.whf.london/

54 minAUG 31
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Enhancing Women, Peace and Security in the times of COVID-19 - In conversation with Melanne Verveer - Episode 10

Episode 9 - Promoting systemic change at COP 26: in conversation with Nigel Topping

In this week's episode, we had a conversation with Mr Nigel Topping, the UK's High Level Climate Champion for COP 26. We asked questions ranging from how non-governmental organisations can support systemic economic change for global warming, how COVID-19 has had an impact on the global economic recovery and how a green recovery is vital.Website:https://www.whf.london/

37 minAUG 3
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Episode 9 - Promoting systemic change at COP 26: in conversation with Nigel Topping

Episode 8 - UK and Africa: future trade, investment and development - in conversation with Emma Wade Smith OBE

In this week's episode, we had a conversation with Ms Emma Wade Smith OBE, HM High Commissioner for Africa. We asked questions ranging from the impact of the UK-Africa Summit 2020 to how future trade should consider the role of the UN SDGs and the African Union's Agenda for 2063.Website:https://www.whf.london/

46 minJUL 21
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Episode 8 - UK and Africa: future trade, investment and development - in conversation with Emma Wade Smith OBE

Episode 7 - Enhancing WASH System resilience - In conversation with Dr Patrick Moriarty

In this week's episode, we had a conversation with Dr Patrick Moriarty, CEO of IRC WASH. We asked questions ranging from how COVID has impacted the operations of IRC, the role of leadership in international development projects, and the nine building blocks which IRC use to strengthen WASH systems globally.To find out more about IRC WASH, please visit their website at:https://www.ircwash.org/homeWebsite:https://www.whf.london/

24 minJUL 13
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Episode 7 - Enhancing WASH System resilience - In conversation with Dr Patrick Moriarty

Episode 6 - International Peace, Security and COVID-19 - in conversation with Serge Stroobants

In this week's episode, we had a conversation with Mr Serge Stroobants, Director of Europe and MENA for the Institute for Economics and Peace. We asked questions ranging from the most recent findings of the Global Peace Index, to the impact of COVID on conflict situations and the role of multilateral systems in promoting peace globally.To find out more about the Institute for Economics and Peace, please visit their website at: http://economicsandpeace.org/Website:https://www.whf.london/

44 minJUL 6
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Episode 6 - International Peace, Security and COVID-19 - in conversation with Serge Stroobants

Episoded 5 - Questioning education, gender equality and data use - in conversation with Mr Patrick Dunne

In this week's episode, we had a conversation with Mr Patrick Dunne, Chair of the EY Foundation and ESSA. We asked questions ranging from gender equality within higher education in Africa, the role of scholarships and the use of data to better inform education policy.To find out more about the EY Foundation, please visit their website at:https://www.ey.com/en_uk/corporate-responsibility/ey-foundationWebsite:https://www.whf.london/

30 minJUL 2
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Episoded 5 - Questioning education, gender equality and data use - in conversation with Mr Patrick Dunne

Episode 4 - Education and e-learning solutions in times of COVID-19 - in conversation with H.E. Dr. Al Gurg

In this week's episode, we had a conversation with Dr Al Gurg, the CEO of Dubai Cares. We asked questions ranging from how previous pandemics have informed approaches to education, projects which Dubai Cares is working on and the interconnected nature of the UN SDGs.To find out more about Dubai Cares, please visit their website at:https://www.dubaicares.ae/Website: https://www.whf.london/

36 minJUN 24
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Episode 4 - Education and e-learning solutions in times of COVID-19 - in conversation with H.E. Dr. Al Gurg

Episode 3 - Ethical leadership in times of COVID-19 - In conversation with Mr David Nussbaum

The question of ethical leadership in the times of COVID is extremely important. For this episode of the WHF Podcast, we are joined by Mr David Nassbaum, the CEO of The Elders. The Elders are a group of global leaders who work to promote peace, justice and human rights. Founded in 2007 by Nelson Mandela, the Elders has included several world leaders ranging from former President of Ireland Mary Robinson to former Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon.

34 minJUN 11
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Episode 3 - Ethical leadership in times of COVID-19 - In conversation with Mr David Nussbaum

Episode 2: Partnerships for change - In conversation with Elizabeth Cousens

In this week's episode of the WHF Podcast, we had a conversation with Elizabeth Cousens, the President and CEO of the UN Foundation. In this discussion, our CEO Feraye Ozfescioglu asked questions ranging from the role of the UN foundation in supporting UN agencies' responses to COVID-19 to the role of public and private partnerships in supporting the UN SDGs.

22 minMAY 29
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Episode 2: Partnerships for change - In conversation with Elizabeth Cousens

Episode 1: Responding to humanitarian crisis - in conversation with Francesco Rocca

Our CEO Feraye Ozfescioglu interviewed Francesco Rocca, President of the IFRC. They had a frank discussion about the challenges and lessons learned during the COVID pandemic. From the uniqueness of the outbreak, the role of local actors driving responses around the world to the duty of all to protect the most vulnerable by the dissemination of clear and correct information. Francesco Rocca’s key to humanitarian response lies in our ability to support community engagement.

36 minAPR 28
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Episode 1: Responding to humanitarian crisis - in conversation with Francesco Rocca
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Latest Episodes

Enhancing Women, Peace and Security in the times of COVID-19 - In conversation with Melanne Verveer - Episode 10

In this week's episode, we had a conversation with Executive Director of the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security. We asked questions ranging from Georgetown's Women, Peace and Security Index to the role of men in promoting gender equality. Asides from this, we are currently organising our New York conference taking place online on the 22-23 September. If you're interested, please visit our website.Website:https://www.whf.london/

54 minAUG 31
Comments
Enhancing Women, Peace and Security in the times of COVID-19 - In conversation with Melanne Verveer - Episode 10

Episode 9 - Promoting systemic change at COP 26: in conversation with Nigel Topping

In this week's episode, we had a conversation with Mr Nigel Topping, the UK's High Level Climate Champion for COP 26. We asked questions ranging from how non-governmental organisations can support systemic economic change for global warming, how COVID-19 has had an impact on the global economic recovery and how a green recovery is vital.Website:https://www.whf.london/

37 minAUG 3
Comments
Episode 9 - Promoting systemic change at COP 26: in conversation with Nigel Topping

Episode 8 - UK and Africa: future trade, investment and development - in conversation with Emma Wade Smith OBE

In this week's episode, we had a conversation with Ms Emma Wade Smith OBE, HM High Commissioner for Africa. We asked questions ranging from the impact of the UK-Africa Summit 2020 to how future trade should consider the role of the UN SDGs and the African Union's Agenda for 2063.Website:https://www.whf.london/

46 minJUL 21
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Episode 8 - UK and Africa: future trade, investment and development - in conversation with Emma Wade Smith OBE

Episode 7 - Enhancing WASH System resilience - In conversation with Dr Patrick Moriarty

In this week's episode, we had a conversation with Dr Patrick Moriarty, CEO of IRC WASH. We asked questions ranging from how COVID has impacted the operations of IRC, the role of leadership in international development projects, and the nine building blocks which IRC use to strengthen WASH systems globally.To find out more about IRC WASH, please visit their website at:https://www.ircwash.org/homeWebsite:https://www.whf.london/

24 minJUL 13
Comments
Episode 7 - Enhancing WASH System resilience - In conversation with Dr Patrick Moriarty

Episode 6 - International Peace, Security and COVID-19 - in conversation with Serge Stroobants

In this week's episode, we had a conversation with Mr Serge Stroobants, Director of Europe and MENA for the Institute for Economics and Peace. We asked questions ranging from the most recent findings of the Global Peace Index, to the impact of COVID on conflict situations and the role of multilateral systems in promoting peace globally.To find out more about the Institute for Economics and Peace, please visit their website at: http://economicsandpeace.org/Website:https://www.whf.london/

44 minJUL 6
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Episode 6 - International Peace, Security and COVID-19 - in conversation with Serge Stroobants

Episoded 5 - Questioning education, gender equality and data use - in conversation with Mr Patrick Dunne

In this week's episode, we had a conversation with Mr Patrick Dunne, Chair of the EY Foundation and ESSA. We asked questions ranging from gender equality within higher education in Africa, the role of scholarships and the use of data to better inform education policy.To find out more about the EY Foundation, please visit their website at:https://www.ey.com/en_uk/corporate-responsibility/ey-foundationWebsite:https://www.whf.london/

30 minJUL 2
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Episoded 5 - Questioning education, gender equality and data use - in conversation with Mr Patrick Dunne

Episode 4 - Education and e-learning solutions in times of COVID-19 - in conversation with H.E. Dr. Al Gurg

In this week's episode, we had a conversation with Dr Al Gurg, the CEO of Dubai Cares. We asked questions ranging from how previous pandemics have informed approaches to education, projects which Dubai Cares is working on and the interconnected nature of the UN SDGs.To find out more about Dubai Cares, please visit their website at:https://www.dubaicares.ae/Website: https://www.whf.london/

36 minJUN 24
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Episode 4 - Education and e-learning solutions in times of COVID-19 - in conversation with H.E. Dr. Al Gurg

Episode 3 - Ethical leadership in times of COVID-19 - In conversation with Mr David Nussbaum

The question of ethical leadership in the times of COVID is extremely important. For this episode of the WHF Podcast, we are joined by Mr David Nassbaum, the CEO of The Elders. The Elders are a group of global leaders who work to promote peace, justice and human rights. Founded in 2007 by Nelson Mandela, the Elders has included several world leaders ranging from former President of Ireland Mary Robinson to former Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon.

34 minJUN 11
Comments
Episode 3 - Ethical leadership in times of COVID-19 - In conversation with Mr David Nussbaum

Episode 2: Partnerships for change - In conversation with Elizabeth Cousens

In this week's episode of the WHF Podcast, we had a conversation with Elizabeth Cousens, the President and CEO of the UN Foundation. In this discussion, our CEO Feraye Ozfescioglu asked questions ranging from the role of the UN foundation in supporting UN agencies' responses to COVID-19 to the role of public and private partnerships in supporting the UN SDGs.

22 minMAY 29
Comments
Episode 2: Partnerships for change - In conversation with Elizabeth Cousens

Episode 1: Responding to humanitarian crisis - in conversation with Francesco Rocca

Our CEO Feraye Ozfescioglu interviewed Francesco Rocca, President of the IFRC. They had a frank discussion about the challenges and lessons learned during the COVID pandemic. From the uniqueness of the outbreak, the role of local actors driving responses around the world to the duty of all to protect the most vulnerable by the dissemination of clear and correct information. Francesco Rocca’s key to humanitarian response lies in our ability to support community engagement.

36 minAPR 28
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Episode 1: Responding to humanitarian crisis - in conversation with Francesco Rocca
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