started in 2012 intending to strengthen the rights of poor households. The organization have since worked in Malawi together with our partners and we see land rights and gender equality as fundamental pillars in our work – advocating for improved living conditions. Not to mention that these pillars are fundamental as to ensure environmental sustainability.
Markus graduated with a MSc in Political Science in June 2019 from Gothenburg University, Sweden. During his 5 years as a student at the university he spent two semesters abroad – one in Romania during 2015, and one in Chine during 2018.
During the two semesters abroad he studied international relations and diplomacy, from an eastern perspective. Furthermore, before enrolling at the university Markus travelled extensively throughout the world, backpacking in Asia and Africa, as well as Central-and South America.
Today, Markus work at the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB) and he has been the chairperson of MUD Africa since the annual general meeting held in early 2017. He is interested in global questions at large, with a special interest in sustainable development, human empowerment, land rights and equality