Members of the Advisory Council support the Director and staff by offering guidance on current research and suggesting ideas for future studies.
To contact any member of the Council please contact the Director Brendan Donnelly.
Members of the Advisory Council
Chairman: John Stevens
Former MEP (1989 – 1999)
Consultant on European integration: Political, financial, economic and budgetary; Founder of grahambishop.com
Professor Stefan Collignon
Visiting Professor at Harvard University and Professor of European Political Economy at the London School of Economics
Editor of Sceptical Scot; former European business editor as well as former Germany editor of The Guardian
Dr Hywel Ceri Jones
Former Director for Education, Training and Youth at the European Commission; former Chairman of the Governing Board of the European Policy Centre, Brussels
Chief Executive, NWM
David Melding CBE
Former Member of the Senedd for South Wales Central (1999 and 2021)
European Movement; former MEP
Former Political Director of the European Policy Centre and journalist
Executive Director, European Centre for Public Affairs
Sir Brian Unwin
President, European Centre for Nature Conservation/Honorary President, European Investment Bank
Professor Richard Whitman
Professor of Politics and International Relations, University of Kent
Eulogy of Robert Emerson
Obituaries/ In memoriam of Professor Mike Burgess:
Tributes to our former President Peter Sutherland (Federal Trust President 2004 – 2017):
Tribute to our longstanding Council member Professor Stephen Haseler, Director of the Global Policy Institute at London Metropolitan University, who died in July 2017.
An obituary for our former Council member Professor Maurice Fraser can be found on the LSE website.
A Memorial Service was held in honour of our former Chairman John Pinder OBE on Saturday 25th April 2015. Please find the eulogies and obituaries for John here.
Obituary for our former Council member Marie-Louise Rossi (published in Interlib , the Journal of the Liberal International British Group, No.1, 2015)