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Tim Brann

Thought Leadership

What is the future of work? – Ross Hansen

COVID-19 has disrupted traditional work patterns beyond recognition, with more people working from home than ever before during the height of the lockdown. This has led many analysts to ask: what does the future of work look like? Will there be a flexible working revolution, or will the situation return…
Tim Brann
28 July 2020
Thought Leadership

Colour Matters? – Anuranjita Kumar

“My fondness for colours led me to an interest in art. As a child, I drew almost everything I saw!  Once in school, as I was pondering over my self made family portrait unsure what I should fill skin colour with - sensing some confusion, my teacher instructed me to…
Tim Brann
28 July 2020
Case Study

Asken Sinaga
Executive Director
NLR Indonesia

NLR has over 50 years of shared history in the fight against leprosy and the promotion of inclusion. NLR Indonesia has been at the forefront of the innovations that have been piloted and needed an Executive Director to lead the fight for zero leprosy and help NLR transition into a…
Tim Brann
22 July 2020
Case Study

Gopesh Tewari
Education Manager
IRRI

The International Rice Research Institute (IRRI), is the world’s premier research organisation dedicated to reducing poverty and hunger through rice science; improving the health and welfare of rice farmers and consumers and protecting the rice-growing environment for future generations. Founded in 1960, the institute, headquartered in the Philippines, has offices…
Tim Brann
3 July 2020
Case Study

Tanya Cox
Director
CONCORD

What does it take to be the Director of an international network of NGOs in current times? This was the question that the CONCORD Board set about answering when it was looking to replace its Director. CONCORD is the European Confederation of Relief and Development NGOs. It is made up…
Tim Brann
30 June 2020
Case Study

Yurdi Yasmi
South East Asia Representative
IRRI

Yurdi Yasmi joined IRRI in March 2020 as their South East Asia Representative. IRRI’s mission is to improve livelihoods and nutrition; abolishing poverty, hunger, and malnutrition among those who depend on rice-based agrifood systems. The role was intended to represent IRRI’s interests in the region, provide strategic leadership and enable…
Tim Brann
10 June 2020