Bart Hogeveen

Former Training and Research Fellow

Expertise

  • International security
  • Institutional development
  • Strategic thinking

Until 2017 Bart Hogeveen was Training and Research Fellow at the Clingendael Institute. He joined Clingendael in 2013 and was in charge of the Academy’s international security programmes.

Bart has wide ranging expertise in training expert groups from various security services and designing tailor-made training programmes for Dutch and foreign clients. He is member of Europe’s New Training Initiative for Civilian Crisis Management (ENTRi) for the European External Action Service (EEAS) and managed the partnership with inter alia the Netherlands Defence Academy and Police Academy. In addition, Bart was involved in developing and implementing Clingendael’s curriculum in cyber-diplomacy.

Prior to joining Clingendael Bart worked with the Dutch Ministry of Defence (2006-9) and was seconded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to work for the NATO and EU missions in Afghanistan (ISAF 2009-2010; EUPOL 2011-2013). In his work at the Defence Staff, Bart contributed to the strengthening of cross-departmental cooperation in the framework of the Comprehensive Approach to working in conflict and fragile states, which included the formulation of the Dutch policies on Security Sector Reform (SSR) and on Civil-Military Cooperation (CIMIC).

In Afghanistan, he advised the NATO Regional Commander on governance and rule of law aspects of the stabilisation campaign. With EUPOL he worked with the Afghan Ministry of Interior and the Afghan National Police on their professionalisation effort.

Bart was awarded an MA in International Relations and International Organisations from the University of Groningen (NL).

 

My work

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Clingendael: academy for diplomats worldwide

02 January 2017 - 14:09
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Supporting Vietnam in abolishing torture

12 October 2016 - 16:09
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Clingendael in the UAE: Foreign Policy Training

23 February 2016 - 21:47
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Afghanistan Diplomatic Training

02 October 2014 - 14:33