The advisory board

The GJG has an advisory board, which offers guidance on all aspects of GJG's work. Current members of the advisory board are: 

Mishti Chatterji qualified as a barrister, then founded and directs a UK-based publishing house, Mantra Lingua, which publishes award-winning, multi-lingual resources for children's literacy and science.

Sir Edward Clay KCMG is a retired British diplomat, formerly a High Commissioner and ambassador. During his time as British High Commissioner in Kenya, Sir Edward earned a reputation for his willingness to speak out against corruption and poor governance. 

Professor Tom Geraghty is the Associate Dean for Clinical Legal Education and Director of the Bluhm Legal Clinic at the Northwestern University School of Law. In addition to teaching, fund-raising, and administrative responsibilities, Thomas Geraghty maintains an active caseload at the Bluhm Legal Clinic, concentrating primarily in criminal and juvenile defense, death penalty appeals, child-centered projects dealing with the representation of children and juvenile court reform.

Michael Keating, is directing a project with Chatham House on political transition in Afghanistan. Until the end of 2012, he was deputy special representative of the UN secretary-general in Afghanistan. His UN career has included development, humanitarian and political responsibilities in the Middle East, Africa, Geneva and New York.