ANPED, the Northern Alliance for Sustainability, is an international not-for-profit organisation with a mission to empower Northern civil society through capacity development, exchanges and sharing of knowledge. We are working in close cooperation with Southern civil society and other stakeholders; thus creating and protecting sustainable communities and societies world-wide. Our goal is to promote fair and equitable sustainable development for all with respect for the limits of our common ecological and social capital. In EJOLT, ANPED will lead Work Package 12 (dissemination) because of its reach with many stakeholders in society and as an umbrella organisation for civil society. It will also participate in activities related to the Ecological Debt, and corporate liabilities (WP8, W9, W10)
Leida Rijnhout. Social anthropologists with 20 years of experience in international cooperation, sustainable consumption and production and ecological economics. Former director of a Flemish network on sustainable development (VODO), where organising stakeholder dialogues, dissemination work on Sustainable Development, developing tools for concretising SD were main tasks. Expertise in ecological economics, environmental justice and degrowth debates.
Nick Meynen. (Research) journalist, author, geographer and experienced in the popularization of scientific materials. Four years experience in preparing and editing newsletters and stimulating dialogues with stakeholders. Multilingual networker. Nick contributed the UMICORE ecological debt case study to the CEECEC project. Communication manager at ANPED and responsible for EJOLT dissemination.