International Affairs & Developments of the future
CIOs in non-profits: leading the way to an impactful and sustainable future through digital
Innovation, digital transformation, automation, cybersecurity, sustainability… A series of buzzwords that everyone talks about. But what are the true priorities on the agendas of CIOs in the non-profit sector?
Part of the solution? CIOs’ influence on sustainability
As part of our series on the role of CIOs and tech trends for international development organisations and non-governmental organisations (NGOs), this article explores how CIOs impact and drive sustainability in their organisations.
NGOs and IDOs: Enhancing impact through Insights-Driven Action Prioritisation
How Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) and International Development Organisations (IDOs) can foster trust in stakeholders, optimise future efforts and resource allocation through analytics in five steps.
How can NGOs and IDOs ensure insight-driven response plans during Covid times?
5 recommendations to data-driven decision making
The COVID pandemic is accelerating innovation, galvanising the development of a raft of new and more pervasive public private partnerships between international organisations, governments, regulators, healthcare providers, the life science industry, tech and consumer health businesses.
Securing trust in the global COVID-19 supply chain
From development and delivery to acceptance and administration
COVID-19 vaccines and therapeutics, and the associated medical devices and consumables, present an urgent need for a protected supply chain and a system of traceability built around globally identified products.
Living – and working – with the lockdown
These days we’re all like Robert Kelly
Three years ago we had fun at the expense of the so-called ’BBC Dad’, politics professor Robert Kelly, who became a viral star when his four-year-old daughter Marian happily skipped into his home office and gate-crashed an interview with BBC reporter James Menendez.
The journey to digital transformation in the Government and Public Sector
Findings from an online survey about digitalisation - such as eGovernment, eVoting, electronic identification and remote working - in the Swiss administration, run on 1,500 people living in Switzerland and working in the Government and Public Sector.
Climate & Sustainability
With increased regulatory, societal and stakeholder pressure, it is imperative for companies to manage their economic, social and environmental impact.
Governments around the world are setting increasingly ambitious carbon reduction targets. This, combined with increasing pressure from investors, regulators, governments, consumers and internal stakeholders, has made acting on issues of climate and sustainability an imperative for every organisation.
Sustainability, Infrastructure and Energy
Smart initiatives, modern infrastructure and energy security are key for the future
What policymakers and businesses need to do to help Switzerland modernise its infrastructure, broaden and secure its energy supply and power up its sustainability credentials in the future.
UpLink, One Year On
Redesigning development finance
Deloitte supports the World Economic Forum’s Redesigning Development Finance Initiative and Sustainable Development Investment Partnership, collaborating with the Forum to generate content and research critical to these topics. Read the report to learn more.
Deloitte at the World Humanitarian Summit
Supporting the global humanitarian agenda
Deloitte is committed to strengthening the humanitarian response, and believes that business has an important role to play in this ecosystem. On 23-24 May, Deloitte will join other global leaders at the World Humanitarin Summit in Istanbul.