Council Distinguished Fellow and Former Executive Director of the World Food Program Catherine Bertini reflects on why elevating women and girls worldwide matters.
Distinguished Fellow Catherine Bertini discusses how she worked with Kofi Annan to fight hunger and malnutrition around the world in episode four of Kofi Time.
“Agriculture was largely sidelined at COP26, despite food systems’ impact on and risk from climate change,” write Catherine Bertini, Ertharin Cousin, and Dan Glickman.
Catherine Bertini discusses President Biden's plans to reshape the role of the US in the United Nations.
The World Food Programme received the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize for combating hunger and contributing to peace in conflict-affected areas.
Catherine Bertini and Thomas G. Weiss join Deep Dish to discuss the future of the United Nations and why the United States should lead its renewal.
In late February, a group of global women leaders signed an open letter, calling for government and private sector leaders to take legal and social action to promote gender inclusion and female empowerment.