Supportive people who received newsletters in the 1990s

Greg Coombs, Quaker (Q)

Christine Peaker Q, Friends House

Anna Mulquin, AKM computing, London

Mary Lou Leavitt Q, Respond training team

Jan van Heurck, Institute of Law and Peace,

Mike Newlands (not remembered),

Catherine Perry Q, QPS, Friends House

Sir Richard Body, Q

Alison Williams, Q

Sam Daws, now Project on UN Governance and Reform,

Harry Davis, Kingston Peace group, Q

Eirwen Harbottle, Generals for Peace, Peace Child

Pam Archer, peace activist

Rev Paul Oestreicher Q

Maureen Evershed – Dorridge,

Elizabeth Way, UNA

Janet Brown, Q

Dr Hugh McLeod Q

Jennifer Marsh, Rev, hospital chaplain

John Johansen-Berg,

Ulla Grant, peace activist CND

Sarah Teversham, peace activist CND

Rev Chris Walton, Ringsfield Trust

Stuart Morton. Q

Dr Tony Davies Q medic,Edinburgh

Malcolm Edmunds, Q

Hugh Brown, Regional Peace & Development Programmes

Doreen Winterburn, Regional Peace & Development Programmes

John Noble Q

Peter Hughes, Q Durham then Canterbury

Dr Ian Davis, now with SIPRI

Dr Roderick Ogley, Q academic, Sussex

Dr Jill Vogler, Dr, psychiatrist

Jane Morris Q therapist

Stephen & Glenda Cheleda, Renew UN

Richard Pryor, Renew UN

George Dick Q

Cdr Robert Green (ret’d) co-director Disarmament and Security Centre, NZ

 

List updated 2016, noting with regret those now deceased:

Ted Dunn Q Regional Peace & Development Programmes

Pam Williams, Q

Jackie McLeod-Roberts Q

Nicholas Gillett, UNA, education Q

Dr John Roberts, World Federalist Q

Charles Q & Liesel Buckner,

John Way, academic

Dr Wolf Mendl,Q War Studies London

Dr Jeffrey Segall, founder Medicine and Peace journal

Rev Martyn Grubb, Q interfaith Southall

Ed Cairns, academic peace psychology

Maj. Gen Michael Harbottle, Generals for Peace

Judith Dawes Q activist, wirecutter

John Pettigrew, Q, education

Dr Geoffrey Carnall, Q academic

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