Our team in Brussels

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Andrew Lane works as the Quaker Representative to the European institutions. Andrew leads the small QCEA team in Brussels and engages with Quaker communities and agencies across Europe. He currently serves on the steering committees of Quakers in Criminal Justice, European Peacebuilding Liason Office and the European Network Against the Arms Trade. Prior to working Brussels, Andrew worked as the policy advisor to a regional police commissioner in the UK.

Please contact Andrew at alane [at] qcea.org.



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Xavier Verhaeghe has worked at QCEA in different roles since 2002. He managed the renovation of our listed building and has provided expertise on property issues since then. Xavier works at the QCEA Office Manager, alongside managment responsibilities in the commercial sector in Brussels.

You can contact Xavier about supporting QCEA, room hirings, or other topics by writing to office [at] qcea.org.



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Laëtitia Sédou, EU Programme Officer ENAAT - European Network Against Arms Trade

Laëtitia Sédou works as the EU Programme Officer on behalf of the European Network Against the Arms Trade. Laëtitia is an experienced advocate in Brussels, including eight years at the Organisation Mondiale Contre la Torture (OMCT).

Please contact Laëtitia at laetitia [at] enaat.org


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Kate McNally, Policy Volunteer - Forced Migration and Refugees

Kate McNally works as the Policy Volunteer for Refugees. A psychologist by training, Kate has worked as a University Professor and more recently for many years as a Human Resources Consultant in the US and Canada. Volunteer work includes a Rape Crisis Centre, an organisation offering support to troubled youth and as a mediator in the US court system.

Please contact Kate at survey [at] qcea.org






Governance functions are undertaken by our General Assembly, a body made up of representatives of Quaker communities in more than twenty European countries and other European Quaker organisations. The Council meets twice a year, and delegates some of its responsibilities to an Executive Committee to act on its behalf between meetings. Both the General Assembly and the Executive Committee are clerked (chaired) by Oliver Robertson.