Our name and approach are inspired by Track II diplomacy, an informal kind of diplomacy where independent experts, civil society organisations, academics and former diplomats and officials resolve conflicts through dialogue and collaboration. This is mirrored in how we organise our team of consultants and our partner network, which consists of a wide range of expertise and experience from business, academia, government and civil society. We work in close cooperation with organisations like The Global Business Initiative on Business and Human Rights (GBI), The Institute for Human Rights and Business (IHRB), Peking University and other organisations in Sweden and in China. Our core team of consultants is introduced below.
Founder and Managing Director
International development and human rights professional with 15 years’ experience developing, implementing and monitoring strategies and programmes for international policy dialogue and development cooperation on human rights. Extensive work experience in North-East Asia with fluency in English, Swedish and Mandarin. Specialist in human rights-based approaches, results-based management, business & human rights and rule of law programming. For more details go to LinkedIn.
Tracktwo – Founder and Managing Director
United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights – Consultant
Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency – Programme Manager
Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law – Head of China Office
United Nations Development Programme – Consultant
Melbourne University, Australia – Master of International Development
School of Oriental and African Studies, Great Britain – International and Comparative Legal Studies
Lund University, Sweden – Bachelor of Arts Degree in Chinese Language and Social Anthropology
Yunnan University, China – Chinese Language and Modern Chinese History
Partner and Senior Consultant
International communication and management expert with twenty years’ experience holding senior positions in the management training industry and the communication industry. Specialist in leadership and organisational development. Extensive work experience in China with fluency in Mandarin, English and Swedish. For more details go to LinkedIn.
Tracktwo – Partner and Senior Consultant
Springtime – Managing Director and Senior Consultant
Communication Consulting – General Manager and training consultant
Lernia – Product Development Manager and training consultant
EU-China Management Training Programme, China – Studies in international management and business Chinese
Lund University, Sweden – Chinese language studies
Lund University, Sweden – Bachelor of Arts Degree in humanities (psychology, comparative literature and philosophy)
Human rights lawyer by training with a broad skill set relating to both human rights policy reform and capacity building based on more than 10 years’ experience from both the development sector and public administration. Work experience from around 15 countries, primarily in East- and South East Asia. For more details go to LinkedIn.
DK Consulting – Founder, Consultant
Permanent Mission of Sweden to the United Nations – Adviser
Domestic Human Rights Policy Desk at Government Offices of Sweden – Desk Officer
Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law – Head of Indonesia Office
Lund University, Sweden – Master of Laws (LL.M.) with specialisation in international human rights law
Peking University Law School, China – Visiting Scholar
International communication and sustainability professional with extensive experience in developing corporate social responsibility/sustainability strategies, strategic communications, stakeholder engagement, public-private partnerships, and sustainability reporting. Extensive work experience in Asia with fluency in English, Dutch, Mandarin, and Cantonese. For more details go to LinkedIn.
Global Reporting Initiative, Focal Point China – Director, head of China office
APCO Worldwide – Senior Consultant
AQ Services – Managing Director
The Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs – Policy Advisor
Dongbei University of Finance and Economics, Dalian (China) – Mandarin language studies
University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands – Master of Political Science and International Relations
University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands – Minor in Development Economics
San Francisco State University – International Relations and Business Studies
Hong Kong Baptist University – Social and Economic Development Studies
Columbia University, New York City – American language Studies