MHCi CSR and Development issues are led by:
Applying CSR ideas to peace-building activities in conflict and post-conflict situations
Advocating for engagement of private sector actors in conflict prevention strategies
Evaluating humanitarian interventions, impact of migration on host countries, development programs, human rights and gender issues
Work has been carried out in many countries including: Switzerland, USA, Haiti, South Africa, Mozambique, Botswana, Malawi, Zambia, Yemen, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Uganda, Kenya, Somalia, Sierra Leone and Kuwait
- EU, UNHCR, UNDP, DFID UK, CIBJO, UNITAR, World Bank, IOM, World Vision
- Ms. Adam frequently writes and speaks about the crisis in Somalia and the need for a different
Selected keynote speeches by lectures delivered by Jawahir
- University of Geneva, Switzerland: Lecture on China-Africa Partnership and the Role of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), 27 June, 2011
- Shanghai, China: 'Africa and China Partnership and the Role of CSR' 23rd September 2010. Conference organized by United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) and CIBJO (World Jewellery Confederation), UN Pavilion, Shanghai, China World Fair
- Oxford University, Oxford Forum for International Development ‘Development in Crisis and Conflict' Speech on the Somalia crisis, 6 February 2010 - see 2010 speakers list
- Trinity University Washington DC, ‘Failed States and the Somalia Crisis' 12 March 2009
- Harare, Zimbabwe, conference organized by the International Office for Migration (IOM) and The African Capacity Building Agency on 25th October 2006: Presentation on ‘Migration and Development in Africa
- London - Chatham House: 2nd September, 2005: Speech on the ‘Role of the Diaspora and Development for Africa - the case of Somalia'
- Los Angeles - June 24th, 2005: Conference organized by the Somaliland Policy & Reconstruction Institute: Speech on ‘Clan mentality and its disadvantages
Selected Feature Articles by Jawahir
- A Solution To Somali Piracy , February, 2011.....There is a solution to Somali piracy in Africa but the solution, as is known from so many stories about successful development efforts, must come from the local people themselves. No out-sourced solution will ever work in Somalia.
- 'Africa and China relationship and the role of CSR' September 2010 ......China's perceived lack of CSR in Africa could lead to an unwelcome reaction from the African people themselves thereby rapidly increasing Chinese costs and risks of operations.
- Africa's Curse Descends on Somaliland , September 2009
- Somali Pirates: Criminals or Victims? April 2009
- National Social Responsibility (NSR) and Nation States - September 2008
- The Brave Women of Zimbabwe, June 2008
- Somaliland - A Window to the Future published in Open Democracy Magazine, London, November 2006