Public service and civic society

Andreja Bogdanovski

Researcher at Analytica and Security Analyst, Macedonia

Andreja Bogdanovski is a King's College London graduate with more than seven years of work experience in the think tank world, providing research and policy solutions to challenges affecting stability and security in Macedonia and the Balkans. Security sector reforms covering police, army, and intelligence has been his focus area over the years, including control and oversight, policy planning and management, and EU/NATO integrations. Apart from the policy and academic segments, Andreja also has experience as a political and security risks consultant for Macedonia and the Balkans.

 

Deus Msipotwa Kibamba

Executive Director of the Tanzania Citizens’ Information Bureau (TCIB) and Lecturer at the Tanzania- Mozambique Centre for Foreign Relations, Tanzania

Deus Kibamba was a Chevening Scholar (2001) and graduated with an MSc in International Studies from the University of Sheffield. Deus is a trained social policy analyst with over 15 years of experience in civil society activism, advocacy, capacity building and government engagement. He was formerly Head of Governance and Capacity Building at the Economic and Social Research Foundation (ESRF), as well as Chairman of the Tanzania Constitution Forum. Deus previously served on the board of the Legal and Human Rights Centre (LHRC) and currently sits on the Board of Directors of the Tanzania Human Rights Fountain, Rosa Luxemburg Foundation, and Action Aid International. Deus also lectures and makes weekly contributions to Mwananchi and The Citizen newspapers.

Roger Wilkins AO

Former President of the Financial Action Taskforce (FATF), Australia

Now retired from the public sector after a long and distinguished career as a senior public official, Roger Wilkins was a recipient of a Chevening Scholarship to study Law at the University of Oxford. He was Vice-President, then President of the FATF between 2013 and 2015. Before that, he was Secretary of the Commonwealth Attorney-General’s Department in Australia, Director-General of the Cabinet Office in New South Wales from 1992-2006 and Director-General of the Ministry of Arts in New South Wales from 2001-2006. He was appointed an Officer of the Order of Australia in 2007 for service to public administration.