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Julle Bergenholtz Foglander

Julle Bergenholtz Foglander

Julle is an independent consultant with more than 10 years of experience working in civil society organisations with focus areas such as humanitarian action, accountability, peace and non-violence, religious literacy as well as the women, peace and security agenda. He has been also working within the former department of humanitarian and conflict affairs at the Swedish ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Julle brings into this consultancy a background in being the focal person for matters related to Core Humanitarian Standard for a medium-sized international NGO, including successfully coordinating an initial audit for the organisation.

Julle’s strives to contribute to a more accountable humanitarian and development sector that takes responsibility for its actions through a strategic and systematic approach that ensures participatory, safe and inclusive processes for all involved stakeholders.

Julle holds the Network of Humanitarian Action (NOHA) Master’s degree from Uppsala University and Rijkuniversiteit Groningen. Additionally, he has experiences as a vice president in the Swedish Fellowship of Reconciliation and RFSL Stockholm, the Stockholm division of Sweden’s largest LGBTQI organisation.

Swedish (mother tongue), English (fluent), Spanish (intermediate), French (basic)

Systematic, learning, measurable

In recent years, I have developed a sound appreciation of what it takes for an organisation to be accountable towards its target groups both in terms of policy and practice, but also the need to support this process through an independent analysis. As such, I wish to bring my experience from the sector as well as my experience as a focal point for CHS certification to support organisations in identifying key areas to become more accountable within their operations.