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Raphaelle Faure

Research Associate

Portrait of Raphaelle Faure

Raphaëlle Faure is a consultant in international development with expertise in EU development policy, development finance and development agencies. Her recent research has focused on optimising current sources of development finance and finding additional financing options to meet the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

Raphaëlle Faure is a consultant in international development. She was recently a senior policy advisor at the UK Treasury in the Strategic Projects and Budget directorate. Prior to that, she was a researcher in ODI’s development strategy and finance programme. Her interests and expertise relate to development finance, international development policy, and the institutional design and strategic priorities of development agencies. She also worked at ODI as project officer for two editions of the European Report on Development, the European Commission’s flagship publication on development cooperation. Before joining ODI, she worked for the Agence Française de Développement (AFD). Raphaëlle holds an MA in European and International Law from the University of Grenoble and an MA in EU International Relations and Diplomacy from the College of Europe in Bruges.

  1. The future of France-Africa relations: lessons from France’s engagement with Africa under Macron and recommendations for the incoming President of France

    Other

  2. Is France the new development leader on the European block?

  3. Beyond the Union: a new platform for European cooperation

    Briefing/policy papers

  4. Resilience in an age of risk

    Event

  5. Macron vs Le Pen: how the next French president will tackle international development

  6. The proposed new European Consensus on Development: has the European Commission got it right?

    Briefing/policy papers

  7. Building resilient development agencies

    Event

  8. How to make coherent policies for development

    Event

  9. Challenges to a comprehensive EU migration and asylum policy

    Research reports

  10. Multilateral development banks: a short guide

    Working papers

  11. A climate change agreement: Towards Paris and beyond

    Event

  12. Our collective interest? Towards a European strategy for a changing world

    Event

  13. Designing the development agency of the future

    Event

  14. Do organisational and political models for development cooperation matter for development effectiveness?

    Working papers

  15. Designing the development agency of the future: conference framing paper

    Research reports

  16. The 2014 CAPE conference report: The role of finance in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals

    Research reports

  17. Why Europe's problems need global solutions and global problems need European action

    Event

  18. The 2014 CAPE conference: the role of finance in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals

    Working papers

  19. Beyond aid: UK’s future approach to development

    Briefing/policy papers

  20. Reconciling EU interests and values: A new vision for global development

    Event