Agnes Dinkelman is een ervaren social engineer die niet bang is om weerbarstige, maatschappelijke issues aan te pakken. Opdrachten voor de Nederlandse politie, justitie, krijgsmacht en gemeenten leidden haar naar menig hoofdpijndossier waar bestuurders mee kampen, zoals polarisatie, dynamiek in achterstandswijken, in kwaad daglicht stellen van bestuurders en maatschappelijke onrust.
Max van der Sleen is partnering Stillare in the Placemaking: Cities in Green programme.
Max is educated in the Netherlands and the UK as a macro-economist, sociologist and development economist. He calls himself an institutional economist and is specialised in public policy analysis. He worked on this in a diversity of countries in Europe, Asia and Africa. The Cooperation between the European Union and the Neighbourhood countries has been a main field of work during his professional career spanning 35 years. As head of Ecorys research and consulting and as evaluation specialist he has worked on key issues like Fortress Europe, Maastricht, the Stability and Growth Pact, Lisbon, EU enlargement and the Neighbourhood policy.
Tammo Oegema is partnering Stillare in the Placemaking: Cities in Green programme.
Tammo Oegema is a system analyst and social engineer. He studied quantative modelling (econometrics) and welfare economics. Learning from the system analysis behind the scenario’s of ‘Limits to Growth'(1972) he recognizes that long term developments of population, state of ecology, resources, food supply and the western focus on GNP as sole measure for welfare will lead to tensions on all regional levels of scale. Finding solutions for multi-faceted problems and implementing them was key during his work at sustainability think-tank IMSA.
Jeroen de Jonge is partnering Stillare in the Placemaking: Cities in Green programme.
Jeroen de Jonge is a former naval officer of the Royal Netherlands Navy. During the last ten years he was involved in policymaking and planning at the Ministry of Defence. He was responsible for the naval input into the Future Policy Survey into the Netherlands Ministry of Defence Ambition Level, on Tasks and Requirements.
Stef Schreuder is partnering Stillare in the Placemaking: Cities in Green programme.
Stef Schreuder is a horticultural engineer and entrepreneur who is involved in large scale agricultural and sustainable projects in Europa, Africa and Asia. He also worked as researcher at Wageningen University and is member of the Advisory Board of companies active in project development in Africa. His company, Livingstone Ventures, designs roadmaps and business plans for energy and water saving technologies in agriculture especially in challenging countries. He supports and advices organisations on sustainable business development and is mediator for private investors and investment funds.
Piet Kommers is partnering Stillare in the Placemaking: Cities in Green programme and in the Slum Architecture programme.
Piet Kommers is an early pioneer in media for cognitive- and social support. His doctoral research explored methods for hypertext and concept mapping in learning. Since 1982 he developed educational technology as an engineering approach for learning and teaching. His main thesis is that technology is catalytic for human ambition and awareness. His main function is associate professor in the University in Twente, The Netherlands and adjunct/visiting professor in various countries. He taught more than fifteen bachelor-, master- and PhD courses and supervised more than 30 PhD students.
Kria Djoyoadhiningrat: Stillare is partnering Studio ROSA in the Slumfighters.org Foundation.
As architect and social entrepreneur, Kria Djoyoadhiningrat helps to realize the wishes and fulfil the needs of urban inhabitants, preferably in tropical countries. He is the director of Studio ROSA, a multidisciplinary collective for spatial planning, urbanism and architecture. His social mission is to end slums worldwide. For this purpose he founded the Slumfighters.org Foundation.
Ineke van Winden is partnering Stillare in the programme Community security through Civil Women´s Security Forces in and beyond refugee camps in Turkey and Jordan. The programme aims to strengthen women in exile to enhance their security situation themselves.
In 2010, Stillare and Van Winden’s Being Involved collaborated on the programme in Liberia, Yon Gbon youth leadership course with the Koffi Annan Institute and the University of Liberia, Monrovia. In the Netherlands, they collaborated on programmes for Milli Görüs and on the issue of migrant leadership.
Hans de Kruijf is partnering Stillare in the Placemaking: Cities in Green programme.
Hans de Kruijf is a cultural anthropologist and ICT4D consultant. He is attached to Utrecht University and has conducted research projects in South and North America, Europe, Southern and West Africa as well as South Asia. His research focuses on the everyday experience of existential uncertainties and transformation in light of intensified global interconnectness and increased mobility. As such, he has investigated diasporic Islam in the post 9/11 Americas, economic resilience in crisis-hit Iceland, and non-conventional kinds of political participation of hypermobile untouchables (Dalit) from India.