Meet the Foundation Board

We are recognised as a charitable “Public Benefit Organisation” (Dutch: Algemeen Nut Beogende Instelling, ANBI). All of our distinct Board Members serve in pro-bono positions without pay, dedicating their time and effort to promote the goals of our Foundation.

Mr Axel Weber (Chairman)

Mr Weber is an accomplished senior technologist and innovator with more than 20 years’ experience in aligning business processes with technology in complex and large-scale environments, the planning, and the implementation of cutting-edge technology initiatives.

Mr Weber holds an MSc degree in Electrical Engineering from the German Armed Forces’ University, and two MSc degrees in Modelling and Simulation and in Systems Integration from the Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California. He is the recipient of several distinguished academic awards.

Mr Weber co-founded several global technology initiatives and is the founder of the Peace Innovation Foundation.

Kurt Mosgaard

Major General (ret.) Mosgaard looks back at a very distinguished military career in the Danish Forces. He served as Military Adviser at the Danish Permanent Mission to the United Nations. Here he acted as a member of the Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations (C34).
Furthermore, he chaired the C-34 group of the European Union and was appointed as Force Commander to the UN mission in Western Sahara (MINURSO).
General Mosgaard was head of the Danish African Task Force and also Commander of SHIRBRIG, the international brigade for rapid UN deployments.
He worked extensively on international relations and capacity building in Eastern Africa especially Kenya, Rwanda and Ethiopia and Somalia.

Dr. Cornelis van Honk (Vice Chairman)

 Ambassador (ret.) Dr. van Honk is a distinguished diplomat who worked for the Dutch Foreign Ministry.

He served as Ambassador to the Democratic Republic of Congo and the Republic of the Congo, to Angola and São Tomé, to Kuwait and Bahrain. He also served as Consul General in São Paulo and as Consul General to North Rhine Westphalia,  as well as representing the Netherlands in Mozambique, Kuwait, Hungary, India and Senegal.

For decades, he has tackled most difficult, complex global issues with intelligence, integrity and insight that included demobilization and reintegration of ex-combatants, setting up national pension schemes in countries without banking infrastructure, forming strong alliances with the EU and the UN, as well as developing national environmental action plans.

Stichting Peace Innovation is registered at

Kamer van Koophandel Amsterdam

KVK 71407820

RSIN 858703555 – ANBI


Wim Duisenbergplantsoen 31
6221 SE Maastricht
The Netherlands

Email: contact@peace-innovation.org

Tel.:    +31 43 204 1320


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