Can the UN have one without the other?
“The practice of feminist leadership is not the prerogative of women leaders only.”
‘My internship has provided me with an opportunity to explore how internationalism facilitates development.’
“I have been truly fortunate to have worked with amazing women leaders when I first joined UNDP at a very young age.”
“The UN leader of today is not only a manager, but also a fellow staff member who colleagues look up to as a model and mentor.”
“I find myself saying ‘I was part of an initiative’ even when I was leading that initiative!”
Sir Brian will always hold a special place in the history of the United Nations.
While impartiality is easy to define in the abstract, it is much more difficult to operationalise when it comes to the everyday choices facing UN personnel.
In this blog post, John Hendra and Silke Weinlich argue it’s high time to get on with the task of multilateral reform.
In this blog, Marc Jacquand explores what we need from leaders, particularly UN leaders, during this ‘new normal’.