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  1. Brid Brennan

    Project Coordinator Corporate Power

    Brid Brennan coordinates the Corporate Power Project at TNI within the Economic Justice Programme. She describes herself as a popular educator and political activist. She currently focuses on the role of TNCs in economy and politics in the context of neoliberal globalisation. Her expertise and major interests are on the protagonisms of social, feminist, anti-racist, migrant and refugee...

  2. Fellows

    29 March 2010

    TNI Fellows are internationalist intellectuals with a track record of progressive activist-scholarship and a passionate commitment to social change. They bring TNI vision and new ideas, expertise relevant to current programme, connect TNI to relevant networks and commit themselves to an active role in TNI. TNI Fellowships do not involve any financial remuneration.

  3. Anthony Barnett


    Anthony Barnett was one of the early Fellows of TNI, from 1978 to 1983, working on Vietnam and Cambodia. He left TNI after he wrote Iron Britannia about the Malvinas/Falklands conflict and focussed on UK politics and journalism, writing for the New Statesman and the Guardian. He was the first director of Charter 88 from 1988 to 1995. It called for Britain to embrace a European style codified...

  4. Biopolitical peacebuilding with Seán Brennan

    14 August 2019

    In drawing on core peace theorists and Michel Foucault, Seán Brennan has suggested a focus on biopolitics can innovate human agency to deliver the services required to regenerate communities emerging from violent conflict, by taking ownership of existing policies and resources and creating sustainable regeneration programmes that deliver basic human needs to marginalised and disadvantaged communities.

  5. Building post-capitalist futures

    27 November 2018

    Over several sunny days in June 2018, a diverse group of 60 activists and researchers from 30 countries convened for a multi-day meeting to discuss the collective building of post-capitalist futures. The meeting provided the opportunity for a rich exchange of perspectives and experiences, as well as deep discussion and debate. The goal of the meeting was not to achieve consensus both an impossible and unnecessary endeavour but rather to stimulate mutual learning, challenge one another and advance analyses.

  6. Sean Brennan


    Research fellow at the QUB School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy, and Politics.

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    18 September 2006
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    Brid Brennan

    07 March 2007
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    Articles by TNI Fellows

    30 June 2005
  10. Brennan Center for Justice


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    14 August 2006
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    TNI Fellows

    01 August 2006
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    Fellows meeting 2010

    02 June 2010
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    Articles by TNI Fellows

    18 July 2005
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    Fellows meeting 2008

    19 June 2008
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    Fellows Meeting 2006

    19 June 2006
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    Fellows meeting 2007

    19 June 2007
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    Fellows meeting 2006

    19 June 2006
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    Fellows' Meeting 16-18 May 2003

    13 December 2005