Jocke Nyberg, Partner
Human rights expert and evaluator
MA Theory and Practice of Human Rights (University of Essex, UK, 2013-2014), BA Human Rights and Democracy (Stockholm School of Theology/Uppsala University (2007-2013), Academic Education for Professional Journalists (Stockholm School of Journalism, Sweden, 1979).
Theory and practice of international law of human rights, including the rights of the child and women’s human rights; Research methods and their application in and evaluation and studies; Result Based Management as a strategy for management and planning, monitoring and evaluation; Monitoring & Evaluation theories and practice; Human Rights Based Approach; Team leading and coaching (TL in +20 evaluations); Quality Assurance methods; Empowerment theories.
More than 30 years working in the field of development and development cooperation, as diplomat, program officer and regional representative, with the Swedish government (Sida and Ministry for Foreign Affairs), three civil society organisations (of them a network) and as an activist. 40+ evaluations and studies related to human rights, democracy and conflict management, civil society capacity building and human rights based approach.
Argentina, Bosnia-Hercegovina, Brazil, Colombia (resident), Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, El Salvador (resident), Ecuador (resident), Guatemala (resident) , Haiti, Honduras, India, Laos, Nicaragua, Norway, Palestine/Israel, Paraguay, Thailand/Burma, United Kingdom, USA, Zimbabwe.
Swedish – Mother tongue
English – Full professional proficiency
Spanish– Full professional proficiency
Portuguese – Survival proficiency