David Donoghue is a former senior Irish diplomat whose achievements include securing global agreement on the Sustainable Development Goals and brokering the first ever UN agreement on refugees and migrants.
Tayyiba Bajwa is currently working at Reprieve as a Bertha Justice Fellow working across their counter-terror and death penalty teams. Her work is primarily focused on identifying persons at risk of targeted killings or civilians who are the victim of unlawful targeted killings.
Diana Good was a senior international litigation partner with Linklaters law firm and a part time judge sitting in the criminal courts. Since 2008 she has worked in international development.
George Graham is Director of Conflict and Humanitarian Policy, Advocacy and Campaigns at Save the Children. He leads the organisation’s policy work and campaigns on conflict and emergency situations around the world, as well as longer-term work on measures to protect children in war and to uphold the rights of children on the move.
Dr Katy Hayward is a Senior Lecturer in Sociology and Senior Research Fellow at the Senator George J. Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice in Queen’s University Belfast
Jo Kemp is an independent consultant, specialising in public financial management and fiduciary risk management. She has worked for a range of donors including DFID, the Australian Department for Foreign Affairs and Trade, UNICEF, large INGOs, and the Government of Uganda.
Avila was Director of the Community Foundation for Northern Ireland from 1994 until 2015 and is currently working as a consultant with The Social Change Initiative. She has long been active in the women’s movement and was a founder member of the Northern Ireland Women’s Coalition. Avila has written extensively on community development, women’s issues and conflict transformation.
Dame Rosalind Marsden has worked in diplomacy and foreign policy for four decades. From 2010-2013, Rosalind was the EU Special Representative for Sudan and South Sudan.
Dr. Michelle Parlevliet is a practitioner and academic with over 20 years of experience working on the nexus of human rights, justice and peacebuilding.
Andrew joined the Board in 2017 as Treasurer. Following a career as a lawyer, he became a non-executive director of a major UK insurance company, where he was a member of the Audit Committee and of the With Profits Committee.
Dushy Pillai qualified as a chartered accountant with PriceWaterhouseCoopers in 2002 and has worked with not-for-profit organisations in Asia, Africa, Latin America and Europe in a number of senior financial management and advocacy roles.
Marc Van Bellinghen works with the European External Action Services (EEAS) as a Senior Adviser in the Africa Department.