Chatham House, The Royal Institute of International Affairs (External organisation)

Pace, M. (Member)

Activity: MembershipMembership in committee, council, board


As of 1 January 2021 Professor Michelle Pace became an Associate Fellow at Chatham House's Europe Programme. The British Institute of International Affairs (today’s Chatham House) was founded on 5 July 1920 in London. Its founder, Lionel Curtis, had ‘delivered a brainstorming speech to the British and American delegates at the Paris Peace Conference’ championing the idea ‘for an organization whose purpose would be to foster mutual understanding of and between nations through debate, dialogue and independent analysis’ (Chatham House, 2020).
Period1 Jan 202131 Dec 2021
Held atChatham House, The Royal Institute of International Affairs, United Kingdom
Degree of RecognitionInternational


  • Europe
  • Europe and the World
  • Euro-Mediterranean Partnership
  • European Neighbourhood Policy
  • southern neighbourhood
  • Middle East
  • North Africa
  • Palestine
  • Palestine-Israeli conflict
  • Palestinian disunity
  • EU foreign policy
  • EU external relations
  • Mediterranean Politics
  • migration
  • migration crisis
  • migration governance
  • Integration and immigration policies, gender
  • integration