In this interview, we talk about international development partnerships at the global and country levels, and how different sectors – government, private sector, and civil society – collaborate. We also discuss the critical importance of including citizens and end beneficiaries in the governance of and impact goals set by partnerships. Key takeaways are summarised at the end of the interview.
In this interview, we discuss how the financing for development agenda and partnerships have changed over the past 15 years. We also speak about donor coordination fatigue, incentives for partnerships, and when partnerships are not the right instrument for collaboration.
In this interview, we discuss whether impact drives the formation of new partnerships, why the aid harmonisation agenda has not lived up to expectations, and why partnerships rarely close down fully.
In this interview, we discuss how partnerships are all unique and not linear, how Covid-19 has increased the sense of urgency in global health, and what the future for collaborative global health work could look like.
In this interview, we discuss how partnerships differ at global, regional and country levels, and look at how an organisation’s mandate and strategy provides a framework for selecting partners. We also talk about challenges such as earmarked funding, and organisations that are primarily focused on themselves.
In this interview, we discuss purpose in partnerships, the need for radical inclusion, and how complacency is a challenge to many organisations – and the development sector at large.
Michael was interviewed by Katri Bertram In this interview, we talk about what makes a good partnership, and how Global Citizen leverages its partnerships to achieve immediate results also in times of crisis such as Covid-19 – all while staying true to its mission to eradicate extreme poverty. You’ll find some key takeaways summarized atContinue reading “Partnering to End Extreme Poverty – Interview with Michael Sheldrick, Chief Policy and Government Affairs Officer, Global Citizen”