Diederik van Iwaarden

Member of the board

Diederik van Iwaarden currently works as a Policy Advisor at Tilburg University. He is specialized in the areas of  institutional relations and fundraising. In the past Diederik worked for the international development organisations ICCO and SOS-Children’s Villages.

Gisela Dütting

Member of the board

Gisela Dütting is an independent researcher and activist, based in the Netherlands. An anthropologist by training, she specializes in social movements, gender equality and economic justice. She is an affiliated researcher at Aletta, the Institute for Women’s History, and is conducting research on independent entrepreneurs in Europe. She is also member of the Board of LOVA, Netherlands Association for Gender Studies and Feminist Anthropology.

Mirjam van Reisen

Member of the board

Mirjam van Reisen, Chair Globalisation, Aging, Innovation and Care (GAIC)

Prof International Social Responsibilty, Marga Klompé, Tilburg University
Member of the Dutch Council on International Affairs
Visiting Prof Amsterdam University College, Mbarara University
Member of the Board of Dutch Development Organisation and Philips Foundation

Pauline Tiffen

Independent Fair Trade Consultant

Pauline works globally as an independent consultant and advisor to producer organisations, social businesses, donors, banks and corporations on fair trade, sustainability, partnerships, branding, finance and labor rights in supply chains - mainly in agriculture. She is a non-executive director of several non-profits and social businesses include the Friends of the Moscow School for Social and Economic Sciences, the Pluto Educational Trust (launched in 2011 - and Divine Chocolate.

Susan George

President of the Board of TNI and honorary president of ATTAC-France [Association for Taxation of Financial Transaction to Aid Citizens]

Susan George is one of TNI's most renowned fellows for her long-term and ground-breaking analysis of global issues. "How to win the Class War - The Lugano Report II" is the newest of her sixteen widely translated books. She describes her work in a cogent way that has come to define TNI: "The job of the responsible social scientist is first to uncover these forces [of wealth, power and control], to write about them clearly, without jargon... and take an advocacy position in favour of the disadvantaged, the underdogs, the victims of injustice."