Henry Jackson Society

This page was last edited on at

The Henry Jackson Society describes itself as “a cross-partisan, British-based think-tank”.1 It says that its founders and supporters “are united by a common interest in fostering a strong British and European commitment towards freedom, liberty, constitutional democracy, human rights, governmental and institutional reform and a robust foreign, security and defence policy and transatlantic alliance”.
It was founded in Cambridge on 11 March 2005, and launched in the Houses of Parliament on 22 November 2005.
On 1 April 2011, it subsumed the Centre for Social Cohesion. The CSC’s website says: “We are pleased to announce that the CSC has combined together with the London-based think tank The Henry Jackson Society, who share the same philosophy as the CSC in addition to their broader mission statement.”2

References

  1. Henry Jackson Society, About the society, undated, accessed 8 February 2012
  2. Centre for Social Cohesion, The Centre for Social Cohesion joins with The Henry Jackson Society, 8 April 2011, accessed 8 February 2012