Evidence, Expert Advice and Consultancy

Parliamentary Committees

Juliet Kaarbo has given evidence to the parliamentary committees in the UK and Scottish parliaments, such as on July 2018 when she co-submitted written evidence on ‘UK Foreign Policy After Brexit:  Losing Europe and Finding a Role,’ to the Global Britain Inquiry, Foreign Affairs Committee, UK House of Commons,and published by the parliament. She has also made numerous public and government-sponsored presentations and media appearances on the foreign policy implications of Scottish independence. Juliet has also trained analysts at the U.S. Department of Defense and Central Intelligence Agency on leadership analysis.

Charles Raab served provided evidence and expertise to the Intelligence and Security Committee and the Anderson Inquiry, as well as serving as Specialist Advisor to the House of Lords Select Committee on the Constitution for their report on ‘Surveillance: Citizens and the State’, HL Paper18, Session 2008-09. In addition, he gave evidence for the Report of the Independent Advisory Group on the Use of Biometric Data in Scotland on March 2018; and contributed to the UK Government work on drafting a Data Ethics Framework, published on June 2018. Currently, he is involved in the Scottish Government consultation onestablishing a Biometrics Commissioner, and he is also a member of the Expert Group for theScottish Government Online Identity Assurance Programme.

Cyber Security, Surveillance and Policing

Charles Raab has participated in European surveillance, privacy and security research, which is increasingly important to security agendas. He has been a partner in a number of FP7 projects. Charles was appointed (in 2015) Co-Chair of the Independent Digital Ethics Panel for Policing (IDEPP), established by the National Police Chiefs' Council (NPCC).  He is a member of the EUROPOL Data Protection Experts Network (EDEN).


George Wilkes has consulted on the British Army on military ethics policy and has worked with staff from other militaries on national ethics programmes and dialogues. Through the Relwar Project, an interdisciplinary collaboration, he has organised stakeholder exchanges focused on religion, security and conflict, for diplomats, humanitarians, atrocity prevention specialists and peacebuilders and a programme of public engagement on reconciliation in Bosnia and Herzegovina.