Advisors

The foundation is taking advice from a regional, national and an international network of peers and friends who have a commitment for sustainable global development, peace and human rights, and with experience of work locally, nationally and internationally in different institutional and cultural environments. Advisors are contacted by invitation only.

Samba Yonga

Samba Yonga is a communications and media specialist and founder of Zambian based Ku-Atenga Media, a company that specialises in developing bespoke communication platforms and tools with a focus for Africa. The company has consulted for international, regional and local corporate and development firms but her heart is set on using communications as a way to positively affect the collective narrative of Africa's development in a positive and productive way. She is also co-founder of the Zambian Women's History Museum

Jonas Reyes Forsberg

Jonas Reyes Forsberg is a family man, business owner and consultant, with nearly two decades of hands-on experience from business development in Sweden and Bangladesh. Jonas is a problem solver, often driven by frustration or anger. When faced with the fact that most consumer goods are produced without regards to workers rights or the environment, he tried to start his own factory to prove that there is another way. When he couldn’t find a book keeping firm who spoke (and

Keri Facer

Keri Facer is Zennström Professor in Climate Change Leadership at Uppsala University and Professor of Educational and Social Futures at the University of Bristol. Her work focuses on the forms of knowledge and educational practices needed to create flourishing communities in conditions of disruptive technological and environmental change. She has a particular interest in informal learning in cities and communities and the role of the arts, myth and storytelling as powerful educational resources. From 2002-2008 she was Research Director for

Kristina Sehlin MacNeil

Dr. Kristina Sehlin MacNeil is a researcher with a background in conflict management and communications. Her current research involves conflicts between extractive industries and indigenous peoples. Kristina has been involved in peace and human rights work since the early 1990´s. In 1997-1998 and 2002-2003 she worked as a project manager for the Åland Islands Peace Institute, leading youth exchanges between Northern Irland and Åland, as well as co-ordinationg the institute´s information and education efforts. Kristina also worked closely with The

Dag Jonzon

Dag Jonzon is an independent broadcast journalist and filmmaker, specialising in global environmental issues, culture and social affairs. In 1975 he founded the first weekly national environmental programme for Swedish Radio, the national public service broadcast company. Since then, Dag has continued to cover sustainable development issues, working internationally on environmental and natural history series for Swedish TV and TV4. His latest film "The Warden of Sarek", produced for Swedish public broadcaster SVT, reached close to one million viewers in 2016/2017. During

Ellinor Ädelroth

Ellinor Ädelroth is Professor emerita in respiratory medicine at Umeå University and a retired respiratory physician.  Her main research interests during her active years were asthma, inflammation , effects of medications on the airways, and also the effects of air pollution on the respiratory system. She has since childhood held a keen interest in what was then called ”third world countries” and has visited several African countries. She was head of the Department of Public Health and Clinical Medicine at

Will Steffen

Will Steffen, honorary advisor for Another Development Foundation, is an Earth System scientist. He is a Councillor on the publicly-funded Climate Council of Australia that delivers independent expert information about climate change, an Emeritus Professor at the Australian National University (ANU); Canberra, a Senior Fellow at the Stockholm Resilience Centre, Sweden; and a Fellow at the Beijer Institute of Ecological Economics, Stockholm. He is also an Adjunct Professor at the University of Canberra, working with the Canberra Urban and Regional

Anne Ouma

Dr. Anne Ouma was born and raised in the eastern Lake Victoria Region of Africa. As a scholar, Anne is motivated to work and build on understandings between indigenous and non-indigenous peoples through story- telling, listening, research, writing and teaching. Anne is an economic and social cultural geographer with a specialization in ethnobotanical knowledge and critical research with indigenous societies and communities. She looks at geographies of indigenous ethnobotany, socio-spatial transformation, socio-cultural determinants of health and work with plant based

Alan Wade

Allan lives on Vancouver Island where he works in private practice as a family therapist and researcher, and he is primarily concerned with addressing the problem of violence in all its forms and in promoting socially just legal and human services work. Dr. Wade completed his Ph.D. in Psychology in 2000 at the University of Victoria. His dissertation “Resistance to Interpersonal Violence:  Implications for the Practice of Therapy” (2000) examines both resistance to violence and how that resistance is concealed

Maria Nilsson

Dr. Maria Nilsson is Associate Professor at Epidemiology and global health, Umeå University, with research about climate change and health focusing on adaptation and policy development. Her main interest is public health interventions, health communication and policy. Working in global health perspectives as equity, justice and human rights are central values in her work. Maria leads several externally funded projects in low and middle income countries, but also in Europe and Sweden. She was the integrating editor for health in

Emre Gürler

Born in 1978 with a Swedish-Turkish background Emre Gürler is a social innovator and an entreprenurial spirit with more than 20 years of experience from the Swedish and global business arena. He has held key positions within Bonnier Magazines, Expressen, Hyper Island and SOLVATTEN . He's been studying business and entrepreneurship at Växjö University, international business and mandarin at Macau University in China as well as subjects at Makarere University in Uganda. The last 10 years he has had a

Ellacarin Blind

Ellacarin Blind,  living in Ubmeje (Umeå) have worked at  the National  Associationen of the Saami people  (SSR) in Sweden since year  2000. Before that she worked at the Departement of Saami studies at Umeå University where she was teaching in Saami culture. She have also worked as a radiojournalist at the  public Saami radio station  in Giron (Kiruna). Ellacarin have grown up in a reindeer-hearding family in Arjeplog Municipality in The County of Norrbotten, Sweden. Ellacarin´s main interest areas are