Lova Wallerö Frostenson:
In her work, Lova Wallerö Frostenson wishes to emphasize the importance of art, fantasy and narrative accounts in creating insight into the living conditions of other people and, in this way, increasing our understanding for our fellow-beings. Lova’s background is in the world of culture where she has, for many years, at Forum Stockholm, worked with the meeting place for literature, music, dance, philosophical reflection and art. This interest has also led her to studies in Social Anthropology and the History of Literature.
What is The Order of the Teaspoon to me? I see the Order of the Teaspoon as a positive and inspirational force which takes the role of culture seriously, as well the strength of individual action, in working for increased tolerance and respect for other human beings.
Telephone: +46 70 763 05 65
Irupé Pozo Graviz:
Irupé Pozo Graviz believes in literature, art, music and that creativity builds bridges between people and increases understanding. She has a background in Education and Media and Communications with focus on peace education. Over the past three years Irupé worked as an administrator for the Swedish Red Cross. She has also worked with refugees, as a teacher and in various democracy projects.
What is The the Order of the Teaspoon to me? Working with education and culture are among the most important aspects in order to promote understanding and tolerance, and this is something that makes the Order of the Teaspoon’s project so important.
ATHANASSIA FOURLA GAMBÄCK:
PROJECT MANAGER, GRANTS
Athanassia Fourla Gambäck has a long experience from research institutes and NGOs working with Human Rights. Her background is in languages, translation and development cooperation. Athanassia has worked as a computational linguist, translation teacher, project manager and fundraiser in different countries and as a volunteer in many organisations. She likes working in multicultural environments with focus on helping people in need.
What is The Order of the Teaspoon to me? I am a strong supporter of that NGOs should be the natural partners of national authorities in education and that they should support the young generation in building a modern society characterised by a spirit of tolerance and dialogue.
Naomi Grossman: Project assistant
Naomi Grossman believes that education and meetings are important in promoting tolerance. Naomi have a Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources from Stockholm University, and also gender studies at Södertörn University. She has previously worked with recruitments but now wants to broaden her views, and look forward to the opportunity to work closer to issues of tolerance, diversity and equality.
What is The Order of the Teaspoon to me? I think the task of The Order of the Teaspoon is even more important today than 10 years ago when the foundation started. I think that through education and culture we can make a difference, at both a individual and a social level.