Human Rights Watch Sweden Board of Directors
Michele Alexander, Human Rights Watch's deputy executive director for development and global initiatives, has managed the organisation's outreach, fundraising, and marketing initiatives since 1996. For a full biography, please visit this page.
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.
Lynda Ondrasek Olofsson
Lynda Ondrasek Olofsson is a lawyer and partner at Setterwalls law firm. Lynda specialises in foundations and other non-profit organisations.
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Human Rights Watch is an independent, nongovernmental organisation, supported by contributions from private individuals and foundations worldwide. To ensure our independence, we do not accept government funds, directly or indirectly. Donations made in Sweden benefit our work worldwide.
Swedish Fundraising Control
(SWE: Svensk Insamlingskontroll)
Human Rights Watch Sweden (legally registered under “Insamlingsstiftelsen the Swedish Foundation in Support of Human Rights Watch”) is a 90-account holder, approved and monitored by the Swedish Fundraising Control.
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NGO Fundraising, Swedish Fundraising Council
(SWE: Frivilligorganisationernas Insamlingsråd, “FRII”)
Human Rights Watch Sweden is a member of the NGO Fundraising, Swedish Fundraising Council (SWE: “FRII”). FRII works to ensure that fundraising in Sweden is conducted in a transparent, ethical and professional manner.
As a member of FRII, Human Rights Watch Sweden is obliged to report annually to FRII and abide by the standards set out in FRII’s member document “the Quality Code” (SWE: “Kvalitetskoden”). The purpose of the Quality Code is to highlight and clarify how FRII’s members work in order to ensure internal checks and balances, as well as high quality in the governance of the organisation.