Quaker Council for European Affairs
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Mr Andrew Lane
Mr Andrew Lane
The Quaker Council for European Affairs brings a Quaker vision of just relationships (between peoples, and between people and planet) to the European institutions. We seek to promote values of peace and economic and environmental justice.
We follow topics in peacebuilding, militarism, and sustainable economic development.
We communicate via our blog, website, publications including a bimonthly newsletter, Facebook, and Twitter.
On behalf of the Quaker Council for European Affairs, the persons listed below have had, in the past twelve months (3/2015 through 2/2016), had four or more contacts with members or officials of the EU institutions with the objective of influencing the policy formulation and decision-making processes of the European institutions; or they have spent 20 percent or more of their working time on behalf of the Quaker Council for European Affairs carrying out such activities:
Andrew Lane - Representative
EU policy in peacebuilding and CFSP
EU policy with regard to criminal justice and 'internal security'.
EU Policy with regard to prevention of hate crime
George Thurley (Project Officer)
EU proposals for a circular economy, and TTIP
Tim Harman (Project Officer)
EU policy on drones and military responses to migration
Laetitia Sedou - Programme Officer (European Network Against the Arms Trade)
75%: 2 50%: 2
1 Quaker Representative
2 Project Officers
1 Part-time ENAAT Programme Officer
These staff spend 50% or more of their time on advocacy, i.e. activities which fall under the scope of this register.
We also employ 1 part-time Office Manager and host occassional short-term volunteers.
|First name||Surname||Start Date||End Date|
Britain Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends (16000),
Ireland Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends (1500),
German Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends (270),
Norway Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends (150),
Sweden Yearly meeting of the Religious Society of Friends (100),
Netherlands Yearly Meeting of the Relgious Society of Friends (100),
France Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends(60),
Switzerland Yearly Meeting of the Religious Societh of Friends (75),
Belgium and Luxembourg Monthly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends (40),
Friends World Committee for Consultation EMES (20,000),
Europe and Middle East Young Friends (100),
Denmark Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends (30),
QCEA British Committee (15),
Friends of QCEA - Netherlands (VVQREA)(10),
Ireland Support Committee (4)
Europe and Middle East Section of Friends World Committee for Consulta(120)
The Quaker Council for European Affairs belongs to the following formal networks:
European Peacebuiding Liaison Office
Human Rights and Democracy Network
01/2014 - 12/2014
100,000 € - 199,999 €
No funding received from the EU institutions during the last closed financial year.
By its registration the organisation has signed the Transparency Register Code of Conduct.