Stockholm office

In 2016, we opened up a new office in Stockholm to build our presence in Sweden’s capital city.

Through our office in Stockholm, we aim to establish RWI as a go-to organisation in Sweden for knowledge and policy input within our thematic priority areas Fair and Efficient Justice, Economic Globalisation and Human Rights, People on the Move, and Inclusive Societies. RWI’s Stockholm office hosts regular human rights talks and roundtables with key Swedish actors and organisations throughout the year.


Norrsken House
Birger Jarlsgatan 57C
113 56 Stockholm




For more information about our work and activities in Stockholm, please contact:

Malin Oud

Malin Oud

Head of Stockholm Office, Director of China Programme

Phone: +46 (0)76 830 6088

Malin Oud is Director of the Raoul Wallenberg Institute’s Stockholm Office, and also heads the Institute’s China Programme as well as its thematic work on Business and Human Rights. Malin has more than 20 years’ experience in the field of human rights and sustainable development, and has worked as a programme manager and advisor with international organisations, government agencies, multinational corporations, as well as non-governmental organisations. 

Malin is a Member of the Advisory Boards of the Berlin-based think-tank Mercator Institute for China Studies and the Hong Kong-based NGO China Labour Bulletin, and an Advisor to the Global Business Initiative on Human Rights. In 2011-2016, Malin founded and managed the consultancy Tracktwo. Prior to that, she managed initiatives for democracy and freedom of expression at the Swedish International Development Agency. From 2001 to 2009, she was based in Beijing as the Raoul Wallenberg Institute’s China office director. She studied Chinese language, Chinese law and international human rights law in Lund, Kunming, and London, and has an MA in International Development from Melbourne University. Malin is a regular public speaker, moderator, and expert commentator in Swedish media.

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Keywords: Business and human rights, human rights and the environment, human rights and development, China