Alžběta currently studies Security and Strategic Studies and International Relations at the Faculty of Social Studies of the Masaryk University. She has completed an internship in La Strada Czech Republic and cooperation with Most ProTibet. She is interested in human trafficking issues, crimes against humanity and human rights violations in armed conflicts.
Jakub graduated of the Faculty of Law of Charles University in Prague. During his studies, he participated in internship at the Ministry of foreign affairs and specialized in asylum law. Currently he works at the Ministry of education. Presently his interests lie also in international criminal law and law of armed conflicts. Among his hobbies are history, movies and annual organization of summer camps.
Tomáš is pursuing a master's degree in Law and Jurisprudence at Charles University in Prague. His main focus is on human rights protection and public international law. During studies he gained experience in asylum law and environmental law. He is also interested in international politics and legal anthropology.
Barbora currently studies at the University of Amsterdam, where she follows a multidisciplinary programme with a closer focus on European and international law. In addition, she cooperates with UNICEF’s Children’s Fund and works to support independent journalism as part of European Press Prize.
Eliška is a student of law at Charles University. She spent the past academic year on Erasmus at Utrecht University. Her primary interest is in the protection of human rights at European level and transitional justice issues.
Martin studies European Studies and International Relations at the Faculty of Social Studies of the Masaryk University. During studies, he completed an internship at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He is pleased by talking with people about the function of the contemporary European Union. In addition, he devotes himself to non-formal education under the Erasmus + program.
Aneta is a student of European Studies master’s programme at Faculty of Social Sciences, Masaryk University. She spent last semester on Erasmus in Wroclaw. In her works and articles, Aneta focuses on the issue of Brexit and future relationship between the EU and UK, position of V4 countries in the EU, or legal and institutional framework of the EU.
Iva is a student of law at Masaryk University. Interested in international politics, contemporary China, and the state of human rights in the world, she focused on international law during her studies in China and France. She was an intern in diplomatic spheres in New York, Beijing, and New Delhi and at the EU law department of the Czech MFA.
Kristýna studies law at Palacky University. Her main interests are international human rights mechanisms and international affairs. She completed an internship at the Permanent Mission of the Czech Republic to the UN and currently she is a trainee at the MFA focusing on cybersecurity and works for Amnesty International.
Jana studies at the Faculty of law of Charles University and is interested in constitutional law and human rights. In 2020, she completed an internship at the District Court in Trutnov in the civilian section.
Daniela is a graduate of Faculty of Law and Faculty of Social Sciences, Masaryk University. She works in the section of administrative law at the Municipal Court in Prague. She completed internships at the Permanent Mission of the Czech Republic to the UN in Geneva and at the Office of the Government of the Czech Republic.
Nikola studies European Studies at the Faculty of Social Studies of the Masaryk University. During studies, she completed an internship in Brussels. She works as an Immigration Assistant in a law firm Petyovsky & Partners.