How to engage us

Our core mantra is using our expertise to ensure success in our client’s career, success in our client’s team, and success for our client’s organization. While many consulting firms aim for large pieces of work, we prefer a tailored, modular approach that gives our clients the ability to take a more proactive role in their […]

Gregory Wilson BA, MA, MPhil, PhD.

  Profile Greg is an experienced governance and public policy practitioner and has worked extensively for the UK Government, the UN system, the IFIs, OECD, and many overseas governments on projects involving institutional and organisational development, public administration, post-conflict recovery and stabilisation operations. Greg has post-graduate degrees from University College, London and Western Ontario, Canada […]

Our approach to working in fragile and conflict-affected environments

The Antylles approach to working in fragile and conflict-affected states (FCAS) is driven by our focus on a careful analysis of the context, through the political economy, problem analyses and our own proprietary analytical frameworks and diagnostic approaches. We draw on the best available knowledge. This is vitally important to understand the entry points for […]

Allison Hartnett

Allison is a political economist with extensive research experience both in academia and policy-making organizations like international law firms, the UK Government, and NGO and INGO organisations. Using qualitative and quantitative methods, she has contributed analysis to projects on resource allocation, state building, and institutional development. Allison holds an MPhil degree in Modern Middle East […]

Rules-based, Citizen-led Recovery in Syria by Dr. Gregory Wilson Antylles

Rules-based, Citizen-led Recovery in Syria

Dr. Gregory Wilson, Governance and Public Sector Management Governance is never more important in humanitarian crises in time of conflict.  Aid programming in fragile and conflict-affected environments is often hamstrung by the assumption that state systems always break down in conflict environments. This limits programming in areas where there are humanitarian operations, which are normally […]