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Organisations with which Gareth Evans is associated

Post 2000 - as Chair, Board Member, Member, Advisory Council Member, Jury Member, Adviser, Fellow, President or Faculty Member

See also Speeches and Publications for other organisations with which associated as speaker or writer

Current organisations | Past organisations

Current organisations (International)

Asia Pacific Leadership Network for Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Disarmament (Seoul)

Asia Society, Global Council

Cambridge Review of International Affairs, Editorial Advisory Board

Crimes Against Humanity Initiative, Advisory Council, Washington University

Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect, International Advisory Board (New York)

Global Leadership Foundation

Hiroshima Prefecture Round Table

Independent Diplomat, Advisory Council

International Luxembourg Forum on Preventing Nuclear Catastrophe, Supervisory Council (Moscow)

Institute for Integrated Transitions, Advisory Council (Barcelona)

Jeju Forum, Global Advisory Council (ROK)

Magdalen College, Oxford, Honorary Fellow

Current organisations (Australian)

Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia, Fellow

Anglesea Golf Club

Architects Without Frontiers, Patron

Asialink at the University of Melbourne, Advisory Council

Asian Australian Lawyers Association, Victorian Patron

Association of Former Members of the Parliament of Australia

Australia India Institute, Fellow

Australia Palestine Advocacy Network

Australian Fabian Society

Australian Institute of International Affairs, Fellow

Australian Labor Party

Australian National University

Australian National University Emeritus Faculty

Australian Republican Movement

Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies, ANU, Advisory Board

Centre for Asian-Australian Leadership, ANU, Advisory Board Chair

Hawthorn Football Club

Humanists Victoria

Melbourne High School Old Boys Association

Oxford University Society of Victoria

Rationalist Society of Australia, Patron

UN Youth Australia, Patron

Past organisations (International)

Aspen Ministers Forum (Washington DC)

Aurora Prize for Awakening Humanity, Selection Committee (Moscow, Yerevan, New York)

Carnegie Commission on Preventing Deadly Conflict

Central European University (Budapest)

Collegium International (Paris)

Commission of Eminent Persons on The Role of the IAEA to 2020 and Beyond

Commission on Weapons of Mass Destruction (Sweden)

Durham Global Security Institute, Strategic Development Board (UK)

Far Eastern Federal University School of Regional and International Studies, International Advisory Board

Foreign Policy Association

Gorbachev Foundation, Award Council (Moscow)

Hiroshima for World Peace Plan Promotion Committee, Adviser

International Crisis Group, President Emeritus (Brussels) [Click here for farewell message on leaving, 30 June 2009]

International Commission on Intervention and State Sovereignty (ICISS), Co-Chair (Canada)

International Peace and Security Institute, International Board of Advisers (Washington DC)

International Task Force on Global Public Goods

Leuven Centre for Global Studies, International Advisory Board

Nuremberg International Human Rights Award, Jury

UN Secretary General's High Level Panel on Threats, Challenges and Change

World Economic Forum Global Agenda Council on Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Weapons

US Holocaust Memorial Museum, Working Group on the Responsibility to Protect

UN Secretary General's High Level Panel on Threats, Challenges and Change

Past organisations (Australian)

Asia Pacific College of Diplomacy, ANU. International Advisory Board (Canberra)

Canberra Commission on the Elimination of Nuclear Weapons

Centre for Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Disarmament, ANU (Canberra)

Crawford School of Public Policy, Advisory Board (Canberra)

Institute for Economics and Peace, International Advisory Board (Sydney)

International Commission on Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Disarmament, Co-Chair (Canberra)

Sydney Globalist, Board of Advisers

The University of Melbourne