Richard Robinson is a Senior Advisor for GardaWorld. His vast experience has seen him working in and across all sectors, corporate, non-profit and government. He was born in the Democratic Republic of Congo and spent the last two decades there, which included setting up one of the largest tin mines in the world in a remote region of North Kivu. So what have his experiences working for and contracting private security companies in DRC taught him about the role responsible security can play in settings renowned for corruption and conflict?
Agents of Chains: The Role of Responsible Recruitment in Securing Security Personnel from South Asia
Resilience within International Aid and Development: Helping Humanitarians Realize Responsible Security
Understanding the Private Security Sector: How Data Can Inform and Professionalize the Industry
Human Rights & Human Resources: The Role of Training and Vetting in Responsible Security
Understanding Mercenaries: War, Wagner and Why We Should Care
Human Rights and Women in the Private Security Workforce
The Future of Compliance: Why Clients Count
Accountability in the Private Security Sector: Past, Present and Future
The Future of Slavery: Private Security and the Human Cost of Cost Cutting
Anticipating the Future: Foresight and International Security
Human Rights and Security: Adapting to the Future
The Future Of Technology & Security: A Force for Good or Bad?
Managing risks: COVID-19 and lessons learned for the future of responsible security
Understanding ICoCA: Ensuring a future for responsible security
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