Claire is a sustainability advisor in the aviation sector; and barrister & solicitor of the NZ High Court with a
Catherine Iorns is a Professor of Law at Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand. Her primary areas of teaching and
Catherine Leining has over 26 years of international policy experience with specialisation in climate change mitigation policy. As a Policy
Professor Emeritus & Director of the Centre for Nuclear Non-proliferation and Disarmament, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University,
Extensive experience as an international business journalist in Europe, North America and NZ. Contributor to Newsroom, RNZ & Newstalk-ZB. Public
Adj. Senior Fellow, Griffith Asia Institute
Associate Professor, School of Government, Victoria University
Senior Associate, Victoria University of Wellington; former Visiting Professor at College of Europe, Member of NZ Parliament, NZ diplomat and
Deputy Pro Vice-Chancellor, Massey University College of Humanities & Social Sciences
Professor of Peace and Conflict Studies at Otago University and Director of the Toda Institute.
Professor of Law, & Director of NZ Centre for Environmental Law, University of Auckland
Renee is Secretary for the NZ Centre for Global Studies, maintaining administrative functions and helping to manage the Centre’s projects.
The Trust Deed
The Deed of Trust for the New Zealand Centre for Global Studies Charitable Trust was signed on 15 November 2012 between Kennedy Graham, as Settlor, and 11 Trustees. It was registered as a charitable entity by the NZ Charities Commission, effective 24 July 2013 (reg. no. CC49624).
Financial statements and the Annual Returns for the March financial years have been submitted to and accepted by the Charities Commission since the F/Y 2013.
Notice of changes to the Centre (change of address; changes in membership of the Board and the International Advisory Panel) were notified to the Commission and acknowledged on 14 January 2015. Notification of a change to the Trust Deed, changing the financial reporting requirement from a formal audit to a financial review, was accepted by the Commission on 7 October 2015. Other matters, including membership changes to the Board, have also been notified as appropriate.
Details of these developments and the financial returns may be accessed through the Charities Commission website, using the Centre’s registration number.