"Paul Vallely combines a strategic mind and political instinct for making change happen"
Justin Forsyth, Deputy Executive Director, UNICEF
Paul Vallely is a writer and consultant on international development, religion and ethics. He works with organisations whose values he shares to help focus and sharpen their vision and communicate it to the wider world.
He has worked in newspapers, broadcasting, with aid agencies, government and church organisations for more than two decades. He has a reputation for informed and adroit policy formation and engaging writing skills. He offers particular insight and expertise on aid and development, faith and religion and public ethics.
Paul Vallely can provide original research on development, religion and ethical ways of doing business. He can focus your own research, policies and campaigns into effective action. He will conduct independent external evaluations. He will work with you to find a better integration of your policy, strategy, operations and ethics. He is available as a keynote speaker.
Paul Vallely can devise a communications strategy to improve the way you present your work to the outside world and advise on how to handle the media. He will identify and synthesise the expertise that exists within your organisation, and show you how better to communicate your message.
Paul Vallely will help you think through the interplay of your business and ethical options. He will highlight the ethical dimensions of issues facing your organisation and advise on the implications they may throw up in the public arena. He can work with you on your organisation’s corporate social responsibility policy to make it integral to your organisation’s values and approach.
Writing and speaking
More information on Paul Vallely’s writings click on one of these links: latest book, books, journalism and public speaking. Paul Vallely is available for keynote addresses and lectures. Click here for examples of his recent speeches.
Pope Francis and his reforms - A film by Paul Vallely for BBC Newsnight