How do we collaborate to solve today’s biggest problems?

Bondcast episode 10

Wednesday, December 11, 2019

With so many global problems escalating in scale and complexity, civil society needs to find new ways of working together to change how we deliver international development and humanitarian assistance.

Organisations can’t transform the system on their own, so we need to work with diverse, untraditional players to build a just and sustainable world. On this episode of the Bondcast, we’ve brought together experts who work across coalitions, networks and sectors to hear their experiences and insights of driving collaborative change.

Our CEO Stephanie Draper talks to Christina Bennett, CEO of the Start Network, Nasra Ismail, director of Somalia NGO Consortium, and Forum for the Future's Charlene Collison, who works on the Cotton 2040 initiative.

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