Jakob De Jonge


After his MA in Religious Studies Jakob De Jonge has gained experience in the field of human rights by working for Amnesty International the Netherlands, Justitia et Pax and Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Jacob is the founding director of The Hague Peace Projects and responsible for the overall management of the organisation. Besides his work for the Hague Peace Projects he is also a professional visual artist


Geert Mul


Geert Mul is a Dutch installation artist and a teacher at Rietveld Academie. He received a degree in computer animation from the ArtEZ Institute of the Arts in Arnhem, the Netherlands, in 1990. In the mid-1990s, Mul became one of the first VJs, creating video screenings combined with pop music for a Rotterdam dance club. These events grew into interactive video and audio environments, which he placed in a variety of contexts, from museums to pop festivals. Since 2000, Mul has often worked on site-specific installations. His works have been widely exhibited in many countries, including the Netherlands, the United States, Italy, Spain, India, Japan, China and South Africa.


Nada al-Rubaiee


Nada is a Dutch manager and pharmacist. In 1996 came Nada as a refugee to the Netherlands and was appointed as the ethnic businesswoman of the Netherlands in 2015. Nada had delivered different patents and projects in the health care. These patents and projects grew into further cooperation with Dutch governmental and non-governmental institutes.

Since 2018, Nada has often worked as transformation manager for different health care organizations in the Netherlands. Currently she is studying her doctoral degree in the USA in health management. Nada has gained a black belt in management.



Hannibal Saad
(Syria/USA/the Netherlands)


Artistic Director and General Manager at CULTURE UNLIMITED. Hannibal is a music manager and festival artistic director. He works as an independent musician and cultural event producer with a vast network and experience in the Middle East, Europe and the U.S. Hannibal toured with many Syrian musicians in the Middle East and Europe for the past 8 years. In 2007 and 2008 he was the Oriental music programmer for the festival Damascus Arab Capital of Culture 2008, coordinating music events covering the Oriental world from North Africa to India, including the Women Sing festival dedicated to the most promising female voices in the Arab world. He conceived, created and ran two major international music festivals and conferences in Syria, until the crisis began (see: and He currently runs international cross-over projects between the Arab world and the rest of the world.

Mirko Jouamer
(the Netherlands)


Mirko has a BA in Business Economics and a BA in Political Science at the Radboud University in Nijmegen. He is the financial secretary for CULTURE UNLIMITED, making sure that every budget proposal is sound and fair. Furthermore, he owns a company that lends financial and fiscal services to other companies and organisations.
Languages: Dutch, English, Kurdish and German