Howard Mollett

Howard Mollett

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.


Blog posts

Today, ministers and senior diplomats from around the world meet with the UN, EU and states involved in the Syrian conflict for a high-level Conference (5 April) to identify ways forward on the crisis. This happens as news from Khan Sheikhoun in

Human Rights Day happens 10 December every year to commemorate the day in 1948 that governments of the world adopted the Universal Declaration of Human

Today and tomorrow (20-21 October 2016), European heads of state meet in Brussels for the European Council. At the top of the agenda is European policy on migration.

In the run-up to the Global Summits on Refugees and Migrants at the United Nations in September 2016,

Over 40 grassroots women-led civil society organisations, human rights and humanitarian agencies have today launched a new

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

I am sitting in the closing plenary of the World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul next to women first responders - civil society

On Friday 20 May 2016, on the eve of the first ever World Humanitarian Summit, CARE International with the support of Hogan Lovells

Back in 2013, a senior UN policy-maker told CARE: “Gender isn’t summit-worthy.” Since then, concerted advocacy by hundreds of women and men has turned this around. CARE has played a leading role by co-convening the first

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