Role: Senior Policy Advisor
Team: Programme Quality Team
Howard Mollett is Senior Policy Advisor at CARE International UK. He has worked with CARE Country Offices in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Nepal, Sudan and the Great Lakes region. He is a specialist on aid effectiveness in conflict, in particular issues related to gender, humanitarian access, conflict sensitivity and peacebuilding.
Prior to joining CARE, he worked as a research assistant at the Centre for Defence Studies and completed an MA in Conflict, Security and Development at King’s College, London. He has previously also worked with environmental and rights NGOs and research institutes on trade and human rights policy issues, and the establishment of a pan-Balkans civil society network on environment and conflict issues.
An Afghan refugee girl’s message for European heads of state: “We have been spun around aimlessly by Europe”Thursday, 20 October 2016 12:12
What does it mean to be ‘a humanitarian’ working in Greece – a country in Europe that, notwithstanding its economic crisis, does not fit the bill of the classic ‘emergency’ context? How does the response in Greece challenge our
World Humanitarian Summit gender scorecard: How the WHS succeeded and failed from a gender perspectiveTuesday, 24 May 2016 17:35
Closing the Gender Gap at the World Humanitarian Summit and beyond: What role for business in empowering women in humanitarian contexts?Tuesday, 24 May 2016 10:20
‘Gender is not Summit-worthy’? – Five ideas for empowering women at the World Humanitarian Summit and beyondFriday, 20 May 2016 14:26
Making the most of a flawed opportunity – a response to MSF’s withdrawal from the World Humanitarian Summit and CARE’s stanceThursday, 12 May 2016 11:50
This week, days on from the #SupportingSyrians Conference, and like everyone else, I watched the news to see the devastation caused as Syrian regime and Russian airstrikes rained down on civilians in the Aleppo region and 35,000 people fled to