Advisory Board

To be successful you need to surround yourself with the right expertise and experienced and wise people. We use our Advisory Board to navigate us.

Beatrice Fihn

Executive director of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN), and 2017 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate. Since 2013 Beatrice has led the campaign and worked to mobilize civil society throughout the development of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. With a master’s degree in law and a bachelor’s degree in International Relations, Beatrice is a coveted expert and campaigner on nuclear disarmament, international law and activism around the world.

Rebecka Lettevall

Dean at the Faculty of Culture and Society at Malmö University – the first university in the world to offer doctoral students rings made from Humanium Metal. Former researcher and deputy vice chancellor of Södertörn University in Stockholm, and acting head of the research department of the Nobel Museum (2005-2006). Rebecka’s research in intellectual history has resulted in publications in the areas of German idealism and concepts such as peace, cosmopolitanism and neutrality.

Peter Brune

Co-initiator of the Humanium Metal project and former Senior Advisor, as well as Head of International Department, of IM Swedish Development Partner. As a member of the council on peace and conflict resolution at the Swedish Foreign Ministry, Peter is a veteran in international civil society organizations, related to disarmament and international development cooperation.

Johan Pihl

Award winning creative director and service designer with proven track record spearheading innovation labs. Over 25 years’ experience from the advertising industry. Ranked in the top 10 of awarded creative directors in Scandinavia, with over 100 awards within the industry. Pihl also has an extensive jury experience and is often made keynote speaker at leading industry events and festivals.

Karin Enström

Chairman of the Committee on the Constitution since 2019, and a military officer with an extensive track record in Swedish peace work. Former Minister of Defence, member of the Defence Committee and chairman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs. Enström has been politically active for more than 25 years, and has a wide-ranging insight in adjacent fields.

Paul Beijer

Ambassador at the Swedish Ministry for Foreign affairs, and over 30 years’ experience of leading positions within the field of international affairs. Previously responsible for Sweden’s participation in the UN Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) process. With a degree in both Economics and Business administration, Beijer is an expert in arms exports and transfers, as well as multilateral negotiations.