Stakeholder Capitalism

How stakeholder capitalism could aid recovery in the Sahel region of Africa

Nomadic tribes such as the Fulani face rising insecurities. Image: REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra.

Simon O'Connell

Chief Executive Officer, Netherlands Development Organisation (SNV)

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Evolution of conflict in the Sahel. Source: A Course Correction for the Sahel Stabilisation Strategy, Crisis Group (ACLED (Armed Conflict Event Data Project), 2020.

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