Mille Bojer

Director, Reos Partners

Mille Bøjer is a Director of Reos Partners (www.reospartners.com), a social enterprise specialized in multi-stakeholder collaboration addressing complex social challenges. Since 2019, HiiL and Reos collaborate closely in a joint initiative entitled the Justice Transformation Partnership. Mille co-founded the Reos Partners offices in both Johannesburg and São Paulo, and most recently established the Geneva office. She has worked over the past 15 years on large-scale multi-stakeholder projects for systems change at community, national, regional and global levels on topics including justice transformation, education, children, sustainable production and consumption, democracy, drugs, civil society, and regional economic transitions. She is the author of the chapter “Transformative Scenarios Process: How stories of the future help to transform conflict in the present” in the Berghof Handbook on Conflict Transformation and co-author of the book "Mapping Dialogue: Essential Tools for Social Change", which outlines a variety of transformative dialogue tools and change processes. Rocio Chaveste said about this book: “[It] is a must for those of us who are deeply involved in the process of co-constructing a better future for all.” A national of Denmark, Mille holds an MA in Political Science from the University of Copenhagen and a BA in Government and Economics from Cornell University.

Mille is speaking at

February 4, 2020
10:30 am - 11:45 am
Frits van der Poel 2

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In this pressure cooker session, we will explore the leverage points for collaboration between key stakeholders with the purpose of increasing justice sector funding. Key stakeholders in funding for justice include regulators, courts and lawyers, social impact investors, and justice innovators. With active participation of the audience, this session will challenge stakeholders to stretch their imagination and cross hitherto little explored opportunities for collaboration in funding access to justice for all.

February 4, 2020
2:45 pm - 4:00 pm
Frits van der Poel 2

Limited Seating

15 of 15 seats filled

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Speakers

Description

In this pressure cooker session, we will explore the leverage points for collaboration between key stakeholders with the purpose of increasing justice sector funding. Key stakeholders in funding for justice include regulators, courts and lawyers, social impact investors, and justice innovators. With active participation of the audience, this session will challenge stakeholders to stretch their imagination and cross hitherto little explored opportunities for collaboration in funding access to justice for all.

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