17 February 2019Share
The PM Glynn Institute is pleased to announce the establishment of its International Board of Advisers. This board is made up of eleven distinguished members from North America, Asia, Europe and the Middle East, with expertise ranging across law, history, higher education, sociology, psychology, public policy, interreligious affairs and political science.
The members of the Board include:
Professor Christine Ahn (Sogang University, Seoul)
Professor Helen Alvaré (George Mason University, Virginia)
Professor Francis Campbell (St Mary’s University, London)
Professor Consuelo Corradi (LUMSA University, Rome)
Professor Pierre Manent (L’Ecole des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris)
Fr Wilson Miscamble CSC (University of Notre Dame, Indiana)
Rabbi David Rosen KSG CBE (American Jewish Committee, Jerusalem)
Professor Dr Klaus Stüwe (Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, Germany)
Professor Monsignor Guy-Réal Thivierge (Pontifical Foundation ‘Gravissimum Educationis’, Rome)
Lady Sayeeda Warsi PC (House of Lords, London)
George Weigel (Ethics and Public Policy Center, Washington DC)
The International Board of Advisers will serve as an important resource for the work of the PM Glynn Institute in developing international partnerships, supporting the Institute’s involvement in international research and project work, providing strategic advice on emerging public policy issues and priorities, and promoting the work of the institute internationally.
Institute Director, Dr Michael Casey said, “It is an immense honour to have such an eminent group of people join us in our work.
“The members of the International Board bring enormous wisdom and practical experience to the Institute’s study of politics and culture, and they will be a tremendous source of guidance and good advice in our work to renew and strengthen a life in common in democratic societies.
“The establishment of the International Board of Advisers marks a new and exciting chapter for the Institute and we look forward to our collaboration with the members of the Board in the years ahead”.