Paul-André Wilton

Paul-André Wilton

Role: Conflict Policy Advisor

Team: Conflict

Profile:

Paul-André is Conflict Policy Advisor for CARE International UK based in London. Focused on DRC, Somalia and South Sudan, he also works on the thematic area of protecting and empowering women in conflict. Previously at CARE, Paul-André led the conflict community of practice, connecting staff working in conflict areas around the world to share their approaches and experiences, and as a technical trainer in conflict analysis, Theories of Change in peacebuilding DM&E and Do No Harm.

With a background initially in education, Paul-André has worked in conflict, peacebuilding and development since 2006 in the UK and USA with a focus on Africa. Paul-André holds an Msc in Global Politics from Birkbeck and has experience living and working in Guinea, and the Great Lakes of Africa.

Email: Wilton@careinternational.org

Blog posts

This week CARE launches its newest paper on women’s economic empowerment in fragile settings and I’ll be laying out the

Functioning market systems and a responsible and responsive private sector are critical to livelihoods, autonomy and well-being. However they are both heavily impacted by crisis, including

There is an irony to current thinking on the private sector and

Aid spending by the UK is once again in the news. This time a Mail on Sunday campaign and petition has secured a Westminster Hall debate

Two recent CARE workshops have helped frame for me the resilience discussion that has come to dominate development discourse over the last five years. In fragile contexts, can we afford to be ambitious with our programming goals to encompass both

Last week the House of Lords inquiry into the Preventing Sexual Violence Initiative published their

Last week leading donors gathered in Paris to redraw the rules of Overseas Aid, and some of the changes, including more categories of military

When a charity video starts to go viral you know something is up. As part of its contribution to the

Investing in peace in South Sudan

Friday, 11 December 2015 11:56

The signing of the Compromise Peace Agreement in August removed one obstacle on the long road to peace in South Sudan, but the future is far from certain. For the fragile peace to take root, South Sudan and its international backers must show

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