The Advisory Board exists to provide the Director of the Centre with an external perspective. The Board is comprised of members selected for their ability to provide the benefit of their expertise as commissioners or users of research in the field of women, peace and security.
Dr Louise Arimatsu is an Honorary Senior Research Fellow at Exeter University and Visiting Senior Fellow in the Centre for Women, Peace and Security. Read more.
Dr Susan Atkins CB was the first Service Complaints Commissioner for the UK Armed Forces (2007 – 2015) and former Director of Women and Equality in the Cabinet Office.
Chloe Dalton (chair) is a Director of JP.D.H London Ltd, and former Special Adviser to the Foreign Secretary, 2010-2014.
Pamela DeLargy is currently Special Advisor to the U.N. Special Representative for Migration. She is a specialist on the Horn of Africa and has worked for two decades to ensure that gender is considered seriously in UN humanitarian and development assistance programmes.
Baroness Mary Goudie is a senior member of the British House of Lords, and a global advocate for the rights of women and children. Read more.
Kolbassia Haoussou is the Co-founder and Coordinator of the Survivors Speak OUT network. Read more.
Baroness Arminka Helic is a member of the British House of Lords, and former Senior Special Adviser to the Foreign Secretary, 2010-2014.
Kristina Murrin CBE is a fellow of practice at Oxford University's School of Government and Lead Innovation advisor at the UK Ministry of Defence.
Dr Henri Myrttinen is Head of Gender and Peacebuilding at International Alert. Read more.
Jane Sloane is Director of the Women’s Empowerment Program in the Asia Foundation. Read more.
Dr Keina Yoshida is a barrister at Doughty Street Chambers Read more.