| Keith Sargent |
(spook?, deep state operative?)
|Alma mater||Nottingham University, Middlesex University, London School of Economics|
|Member of||Institute for Statecraft|
Institute For Statecraft
Keith Sargent is a Senior Fellow and leader of the Governance and Integrity Group, a part of Integrity Initiative. The Institute For Statecraft listed his speciality as "Governance and Integrity; Fragile and Conflict Affected States" on their website before they took it down. Sargent was listed as director of the Governance and Integrity Group.
"Keith specialises in governance and public sector reform. He has wide and deep international experience gained over 40+ years advising governments in Asia, Africa, the Middle East, Caribbean, Pacific and Balkans, in traditional development and fragile state contexts. His experience in the Balkans includes advising the UN Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) on public sector pay security to avoid corruption and four major assignments in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH). He was Counsellor to Prime Minister Moratovic – the first State PM of BiH – following the signing of the Dayton Peace Accord advising on economic reconstruction. He subsequently advised the government on regional investment planning, government-donor negotiations, and aid harmonisation / donor coordination. He was the first Director / CEO of the Turks and Caicos Islands Integrity Commission and successfully oversaw its establishment from a zero base. It is now enshrined in the TCI Constitution as a watch-dog institution fighting corruption in public life. He has undertaken assignments for the EC and EDF, UN Agencies including (UNDESA, UNDP/DTCD, UNFPA and UNMIK), the World Bank and the ODA/DFID and FCO. He is an experienced trainer / educator."
"He is a regular chairperson and speaker on an Anti-Corruption seminar programme at the International Centre for Parliamentary Studies."