Supervisory board

José Jaime de Domingo has been engaged with MJ4ALL since 2006 when he was the International director of the Spanish NGO MPDL and the two organizations worked together on the legal rehabilitation of the refugees and IDPs in the former Yugoslav republics. He later helped to establish Microjustice country organisations in the Bolivia, Peru and Rwanda as well as the Microjustice International Platform. Mr de Domingo supports Microjustice4All because he is persuaded that legal services should be an integrated part of the cooperation tools. First, because it is necessary for improving social cohesion and social cohesion improves the welfare and help to diminish poverty. Second, because the cooperation support will never reach sustainability without the participation of a strong legal capacity affordable for everyone. Mr. de Domingo’s main professional experience has been in the area of Institutional Relations, at international and national levels. His knowledge and skills have developed as an International civil servant, an NGO executive and as a Director of private companies. He is currently Team Leader of the MediPIET Project. The Mediterranean Project for intervention Epidemiology Training. Prior to that, he was the Director of International Cooperation at ISOFOTON S.A, a pioneer in the world for the development of solar photovoltaic (PV) systems. Since 1991 he has also served as Team Leader of “EUROsociAL Health,” an EC-funded project which improved the social cohesion in the Latin-American countries, Director of International Action for the NGO Movement for Peace (MPDL) and Desk Officer of Direct Action Program, which provided aid to 1,200,000 Bosnian refugees across the Balkans. In the mid-1980s Mr. de Domingo started his career as an agriculture engineer, participating in development projects financed by the World Bank and Inter-American Development Bank, of which the most important was implemented in Brazil to provide farmland to the landless farmers.
Cees Wittebrood (1952, The Netherlands) has been Head of different operational units at the DG for Humanitarian Assistance (ECHO) of the European Commission in Brussels. He started his career at the Amsterdam Free University as Assistant Professor Political Science. He took a policy making position at the Ministry of Economic Affairs in The Hague before moving to Brussels to join the European Commission. Became Member of Cabinet of two European Commissioners, responsible for external relations, political cooperation, trade and enlargement and was appointed Head of Unit for relations with the Caucasus and Central Asia at the DG for External relations before joining ECHO. He holds master’s degrees in political science, economics and social psychology from the Amsterdam Free University.  He has been Visiting Professor at the European Institute for Public Administration, guest lecturer at academic Institutions in the Netherlands, Belgium, France, UK and US, i.a. at Harvard Law School, Oklahoma State University and Cambridge University in UK.  He has published and spoken regularly on European Integration issues and wrote a Column "News from Brussels" for the European Movement.
Michiel Verweij has studied land and water management and has a master’s degree in business administration.
He has an international career as project manager and consultant in water management, sanitation and agriculture in Africa and Latin America. In his work he has seen that basic legal needs like property rights and being recognized as citizen are essential to any inclusive development endeavour. How can you invest in water and sanitation if large numbers of people have no property rights, how can people participate in catchment management if the rights to use water and natural resources are not clearly defined? By supporting men and women with Microjustice they come into a substantially better position to define their own development being it in economic, organizational, ecological, cultural and spiritual dimensions.






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