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Patrons

TEAM Global

(The European-Atlantic Movement) 

would like to thank all our patrons for their continued support.

Please scroll down for a list of our patrons.

Patrons

Mrs Juliet J d’A Campbell CMG: Former Mistress of Girton College, Cambridge

Keith Best: Former CEO of Medical Foundation for Victims of Torture and before that CEO of the Immigration Advisory Service.

Mark Damazer CBE: Former Controller BBC Radio 4, now Master of St Peter’s College, Oxford

Sir David Harrison CBE: Former Vice-Chancellor of Keele and Exeter Universities and Master of Selwyyn College, Cambridge

Dr. Jamie Patrick Shea: Former Deputy Assistant Secretary General for Emerging Security Challenges at NATO Headquarters in Brussels, now Professor of Strategy and Security at University of Exeter and Senior Fellow at Friends of Europe, Brussels

The Lord Wallace of Saltaire:  Former Government spokesperson in the House of Lords

Anthony Teasdale:  Director General of the European Parliamentary Research Service, the in-house research centre and think tank of the European Parliament. Teasdale is also a Visiting Senior Fellow at the European Institute of the London School of Economics (LSE) and co-author of The Penguin Companion to European Union

Professor Richard G Whitman: Professor of Politics and International Relations, University of Kent. Senior Visiting Fellow at Chatham House. Director of the Global Europe Centre.

Augustine Tanner-Ihm: Theologian, Pastor, Presenter, Activist, Mentor, Speaker. Augustine Tanner-Ihm is an accomplished writer, theologian and speaker. He also educates and campaigns for judicial reform. He has spoken at several LGBTQ+ events such as the Stonewall National Workplace Conference and Pride and Glory Festival Manchester. He has also been a guest speaker at the Durham Student Union, BBC Breakfast, Church of England General Synod, the Houses of Parliament, and has featured numerous times on radio for the BBC by being an important figure in advocating for inclusion and diversion in the wider society. 

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