Political instability heightens immediate and long term risk for organisations, agencies, and companies operating in vulnerable states and cross border areas. Yet, for states in conflict and societies at risk, the role of international actors, donors and private companies is all the more vital for conflict to peace transitions.
Brehon Advisory provides comprehensive analysis to clients navigating unpredictable political, security, and regulatory environments. Where states and markets are fragile, and governments, donors and companies act on trends and tendencies, rigorous research and recommendation driven analysis can ultimately shape state transitions and transformation.
Brehon Advisory provides insights, advice and training to clients attempting to best navigate conflict related trends and tendencies to respond to rapid change. When foreign direct investment is needed to transform economies in the Middle East and Africa, human capital can be harnessed across the education, hydrocarbon, industrial, technology and financial services and service sectors. To this end, Brehon Advisory identify areas where sustainable development and corporate citizenship initiatives can mitigate risk for the client and the state in the short term and further profitability in the longer term.
Governments and donors have a pivotal role to play in harnessing the dynamism and innovation of these regions. Political insecurity, ineffective regulations and untapped human capital and an under utilised work force hinder growth. Political, educational, institutional and regulatory reforms are required to support young people and workers, increase regional trade and boost investment in infrastructure and enterprise. Brehon Advisory conducts research and disseminates findings to redress the data deficit and contribute to the response to the challenges faced in the Middle East and North Africa.