Secretariat Team

The Stakeholder Forum

Felix Dodds

Executive Director The Stakeholder Forum

Role: Manages the overall strategic direction of the organization, media representative and project fundraising

Felix has played a critical role in promoting multistakeholder dialogue at the UN. From 1997 to 2001 he chaired the NGO Coalition on Sustainable Development at the UN. He facilitated the setting up of the international NGO Coalition for the UN Commission on Sustainable Development and the UN Habitat II Conference. He has been an advisor to the UK Government and the European Commission as a number of UN meetings. He has published five books, the latest edited with Tim Pipard Human and Environmental Security brought out for the World Summit 2005. His other books are Into the Twenty First Century (1988), The Way Forward Beyond Agenda 21 1997), Earth Summit 2002 A New Deal (2000 and 2002), How to Lobby at Intergovernmental Meetings - Mine is a Cafe Latte (with Michael Strauss) (2004).

Stakeholder Forum for a Sustainable Future
3 Bloomsbury Place
London, WC1A 2QL
United Kingdom

Tel:  +44 (0)207 580 6912
Fax: +44 (0)207 580 6872

Email: click here to send message to Felix


http://www.stakeholderforum.org

 

Ms Hannah Stoddart

Policy Coordinator

Role: Oversees policy project development and co-ordinates the activities of the London team. Leads on the Global Public Policy Network on Water Management, and has represented stakeholder views at CSD  Meetings and the World Water Forum and Climate Change Talks.

Hannah joined Stakeholder Forum in October 2007 from Futerra Sustainability Communications, where she worked as a communications consultant on sustainable development issues. Hannah has also worked as a researcher for an international human rights NGO, as a press officer in documentary film, and as a sabbatical officer at her student union. Shortly after graduating, Hannah co-founded public engagement social enterprise, Public Minds, with the help of a grant from the UnLtd Foundation.

Hannah graduated from Oxford University with degree in History and Modern Languages in 2005.

Stakeholder Forum for a Sustainable Future
3 Bloomsbury Place
London, WC1A 2QL
United Kingdom

Tel:  +44 (0)207 580 6912
Fax: +44 (0)207 580 6872

Email: click here to send message to Hannah
www.stakeholderforum.org

 

 

 

Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI)

Ms Karin Lexen

Project Director, Swedish Water House

Karin is a skilled director with expertise in international environmental politics and advocacy. In 2007, she became the Project Director for the Swedish Water House initiative. As Project Director, Ms. Lexén applies her extensive talent and training in leadership, networking, and bridge building to forge productive cooperation between Swedish-based, internationally ori­ented academic institutions, consultants, government agencies, NGOs, research in­stitutes and other stakeholders. The Swedish Water House supports international policy development and co-operation through knowledge generation and dissemination and partnership building primarily within the fields of sustainable river basin management and integrated water resources management.

Before joining SIWI, she was the International Policy Director for the Church of Sweden where she was led a policy unit staff of 17 people.  She has also worked with the Swed­ish Environmental Protection Agency and Stockholm University performing research and analysis on the large scale environmental consequences created by organic pollutants.

Stockholm International Water Institute
Drottninggatan 33
SE-111 51, Stockholm
Sweden

Tel:  +46 (0)8 52 21 39 93
Fax: +46 (0)8 52 21 39 61

Email: Click here to send a message to Karin
http://siwi.org

 Ann-Mari Karlsson

 Project Officer Swedish Water House

Ann-Mari works as Project Officer for the Swedish Water House at  the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI). Her main working areas are policy development within water as a human right, water and climate change, and networking among Swedish stakeholders in water and development issues. Ann-Mari holds a Master’s Degree in Political Science, and before coming to SIWI, Ann-Mari coordinated training in humanitarian action at the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida). She also completed internships at UNIFEM South-East Asia regional office and at UNDP East Timor and is actively engaged in Swedish environmental NGOs on water as a development issue.

Stockholm International Water Institute
Drottninggatan 33
SE-111 51, Stockholm
Sweden

Tel:  +46 (0)8 52 21 39 93
Fax: +46 (0)8 52 21 39 61

Click here to email Ann Mari

www.swedishwaterhouse.se

www.siwi.org