Lord Byron Foundation for Balkan Studies
The Lord Byron Foundation for Balkan Studies was co-founded in 1994 by the late Alfred Sherman and Serge Trifkovic as 'a non-partisan research center devoted to studying the Balkan Peninsula in all its aspects'.   Sherman was a journalist and neoliberal activist best known for co-founding the Centre for Policy Studies with Margaret Thatcher and Keith Joseph.
The foundation 'is named after a great Western poet who gave his life in the fight to free Balkan Christians from Islamic rule'.
The foundation's research and activities are purportedly 'designed to correct the current trend of public commentary, which tends, systematically, not to understand events but to construct a version of Southeast European rivalries that fits daily political requirements'.
- Sponsored talk by Bat Ye'or.
Authors published on its website
Include: Srdja Trifkovic | Andrew Bostom | Jaclyn Ryan | Nebojsa Malic |Ambassador James Bissett | Thomas Fleming | James Jatras | Diana Johnstone | Ambassador Charles Crawford | Anna Filimonova | Robert Spencer | Julia Gorin | Steven E. Meyer
- Published book by Srđa Trifković The Krajina Chronicle: A History of Serbs in Croatia, Slavonia and Dalmatia, The Lord Byron Foundation, (2010)
- Edward Spalton - former candidate for the UKIP and Veritas political parties in the UK, now honorary secretary, Campaign for an Independent Britain