SAINT | Security Sector Development
Based in Europe, SAINT | SSD is a technical assistance facilitator for the Human Dimension of Security Sector Reform & Governance (SSR&G):
- developing and delivering consultancy and capacity training;
- field-based facilitation and monitoring;
- producing capacity-enabling and fact-finding reports, research,
The Human Dimension is the interrelationship between the Security Sector and the society it serves through its approach to Rights, Integrity, Interrelations, Diversity, Interoperability and Communication.
Collectively these themes contribute towards Human Security – the holistic relationship between meaningful peace and development (promoting protection, stability, economic growth, employment, education, health, water, food) – and SAINT | SSD’s approach to International Crisis Management and Security Sector Reform.
- International Police Cooperation & Interoperability
- Rights and Protection
- Integrity, Transparency, Oversight and Accountability
- Strategic and Intercultural Communication
- Conflict Management, Risk Mitigation
- Human Terrain Analysis and Cultural Intelligence
- Human Relations and Engagement
- International Relations and Geopolitical Analysis
- Access to Justice and Complaints Mechanisms
Within SAINT | SSD‘s area of interest, our small, dedicated staff represents a broad range of disciplines and skill sets deriving from both academia and the security sector. Our diversity and size allow us to quickly respond to complex technical needs while providing highly personalised service.
- cater to need, aspiration and benefit
- assist with self-sustainable participation, local ownership and self-determination
- solutions and outcome orientation
- do no harm
- intergovernmental agencies
- state security sector
- state development agencies
- research institutions
- non-governmental and civil society organisations (NGOs/CSOs)
To provide a quality, professional and comprehensive service of the highest possible standard.
Ethical, culturally-aware and socially responsible.
Simon de Saint-Claire, PhD is a facilitator for International Security Sector Development, centering on security sector reform, international crisis management, and post-conflict development.
A former New Zealand Army Officer, for over a decade Simon sub-contracted to the United Nations Secretariat providing field-based strategic services. Since 2002 he has provided independent field consultancy, facilitation and research to intergovernmental actors, national police authorities, state development agencies, international police missions, technical assistance NGOs, and the Private Security Sector.
Simon has an interdisciplinary academic and research background in Social Science (International Relations, Strategic Studies, Socio-Cultural Anthropology, Human Geography), Human Rights Law, and Democratic Policing.