Human Rights Watch Sweden Board of Directors
Charles Lustig is our deputy executive director of operations for Human Rights Watch and is responsible for the smooth functioning of the organization’s offices and staff in more than 40 locations worldwide. Read his full bio here.
Mats Björkman is a partner and an attorney at Setterwalls with experience in corporate finance and M&A.
Laura Boardman is a managing director for the development and outreach department at Human Rights Watch. She oversees the department’s activities in European and Middle East and North African cities.
Barbara Pirto is the head of finance and administrative responsibilities in the organization and is a part of the Senior Management at Human Rights Watch.
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