Amil Khan

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Person.png Amil KhanRdf-icon.png
(journalist, deep state operative?)
Alma materDurham University
Member ofEXPOSE Network
Interests“Violent extremism”

Employment.png Associate Fellow

In office
January 2018 - Present
EmployerChatham House

Employment.png Behavioural Communications Expert

In office
July 2017 - Present
EmployerAktis Strategy

Employment.png Expert Advisor

In office
July 2017 - Present
EmployerUK/Prime Minister's Office,  UK/Cabinet Office,  UK/MoD

Employment.png Political communications consultant

In office
May 2014 - May 2015
EmployerUK/Prime Minister's Office,  Amnesty International
Also worked for "Private sector companies"

Employment.png Advisor to the Syrian Opposition Coalition

In office
February 2013 - May 2014
EmployerUK/FCO

Employment.png Project Manager

In office
April 2011 - December 2012
EmployerPakistan Counter Violent Extremism

Employment.png Strategic Communications Lead in Pakistan

In office
November 2010 - April 2011
EmployerOxfam
"Drafted in to help Oxfam GB manage its response to the 2010 Pakistan floods. Led a team of media, advocacy and policy advisors engaging Pakistani decision makers to affect strategic change in policy"

Employment.png Project Manager

In office
April 2011 - December 2012
EmployerPakistan Counter Violent Extremism

Employment.png Producer,  presenter

In office
November 2007 - August 2009
EmployerChannel 4 Dispatches,  BBC Panorama

Amil Khan is a security cleared Chatham House fellow who was proposed to be one of the 3 directors of the EXPOSE Network (together with Chris Donnelly (Institute for Statecraft) and Louis Brooke (Zinc Network).[1]

Career

Khan has worked in media and explaining about "violent extremism", increasingly also the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office and UK Ministry of Defence.

Exposure

His CV is described on the proposal to head the EXPOSE Network (exposed by Integrity Initiative Leak 7) as
“Political and communications advisor. Experienced at providing strategic advice to political movements and established leadership at senior levels. Chatham House fellow. Former award-winning documentary maker and Reuters Middle East correspondent. Regular contributor to UK and international news media.”
Amil Khan [1]



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