Adriana Rossi coordinates Centro del Sur, the Center for Study and Research on Drugs and Drugs Trafficking of the Universidad Nacional de Rosario (UNR) in Argentina. She is a contributing member of the Drugs & Democracy team. Rossi also accompanied a bigger TNI team on a mission to Venezuela and has done research for the No Bases network.
Atilio Boron is Director of the Latin American Programme of Distance Education in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and a collaborator of TNI's New Politics project. He is also ex-Secretary General of CLACSO – an academic umbrella body for Latin America.
Ben Manski is Executive Director of the Liberty tree Foundation for Democratic Revolution and member of Madison Dialogue - a project on The New Latin American Left, co-founded by TNI and Havens Center.
Brian Ashley has been an activist for many years in South Africa and is editor of Amandla magazine. He was former director of the Alternative
Information and Development Centre, a partner organisation of TNI.
Chaohua Wang was a member of the standing committee of the Beijing Autonomous Association of College Students in the spring of 1989, and after 4 June was on the Chinese government’s most-wanted list. She has frequently participated in TNI events on the emergence of China onto the global stage.
Reader in economics and associate dean in research at School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS).
Cynthia Enloe is a prominent feminist writer based at Brown University. She worked with TNI's Feminism Project, and has mobilised academics in support of the international no-bases network.
Daphne Wysham is a former TNI fellow and co-director of the Sustainable Energy and Economy Network of the Institute of Policy Studies.
Denis Halliday is part of TNI/Dag Hammarskjold's UN reform project, and a former UN Humanitarian Coordinator for Iraq who resigned in protest at sanctions which he condemned as "genocide." He continues to be active on Middle Eastern affairs promoting peace and justice in the region.
Psicóloga social y presidenta de la Fundación Solón de Bolivia
Frank Slijper is a senior researcher at the Dutch campaign against the arms trade (Campagne tegen Wapenhandel) and an associate of the Transnational Institute (TNI).
Fred Halliday, professor of International Relations at the London School of Economics, was TNI Fellow from 1975 till 2000.
Hugo Cabieses, Peruvian economist and specialist on drugs issues, is an associate researcher of TNI's Drugs & Democracy programme.
Janet is co-director of the Sustainable Energy and Economy Network at the Institute for Policy Studies, where she provides analysis of the international financial institutions’ energy investment and carbon finance activities.
Joanna Cabello is a researcher with Carbon Trade Watch, a former project of the Transnational Institute
John Gittings is a former TNI fellow, long time Guardian foreign editor and an independent journalist specialised on China and nuclear weapon issues.
Judge of the Sixth Appellate Court of the High Court of Justice in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Juan Carlos Monedero is Professor of Political Sciences at the Complutense University of Madrid and Research Co-ordinator at the Centro Internacional Miranda in Caracas, and a collaborator with the New Politics Programme.
Kevin Smith has been working with the environmental justice project at TNI since 2005, although he was more informally involved since it started out as Carbon Trade Watch in 2002. He has a degree in Human Sciences. He used to be the editor of the Green Pepper magazine and in 2003 he helped to establish Escanda, a residential project in Northern Spain that combines sustainable living with political engagement at local and international levels. He currently lives in London works part time at Platform.
Larry Lohmann from the Corner House is a co-founder of the Durban Group for Climate Justice, together with members of TNI's Carbon Trade Watch.
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