Gareth Evans is a Distinguished Honorary Professor and former Chancellor of the Australian National University, Co-Chair of the International Advisory Board of the Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect, former Australian Foreign Minister, and former President and CEO of the International Crisis Group.
John Carlson is a former Director General of the Australian Safeguards and Non-Proliferation Office and founding Chair of the Asia-Pacific Safeguards Network.
John Tilemann served as Chief of Staff to two Directors General of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Dr Hans Blix and Dr Mohamed ElBaradei. As a career diplomat he has also served in Australian Embassies in Asia, Europe and the Middle East.
Kevin Rudd has served as former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Australia.
Marianne Hanson is the Associate Professor of International Relations at the University of Queensland, Australia. She teaches and researches in the field of international security focusing on arms control, disarmament, international organizations and international law.
Research Intern at Governing Future Security project at the Erasmus University Rotterdam’s Global Social Challenges pillar.
He is an Adjunct Professor at the College of Law & Justice at Victoria University and the Former Chair of the UNHRC Commission of Inquiry of DPRK
Peter Hayes works at the nexus of security, environment, and energy policy problem. He is best known for innovative cooperative engagement strategies in North Korea.
Philip Clark is a well-known broadcaster in Australian radio and television. He presents the breakfast show on ABC 666 Canberra.
Robert Murray Hill is a retired Australian politician. He currently teaches at the United States Centre at the University of Sydney.
Simon Chesterman is a recognized authority on international law, whose work has opened up new areas of research on conceptions of public authority.
Trevor Findlay was the former Former Chair of UN Secretary-General Advisory Board on Disarmament Affairs. He served for thirteen years in the Australian diplomatic service followed by academic appointments in various organizations.