Jana is currently enrolled in her first year of MA in International Law at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva. She obtained her LL.B. from University of Exeter, United Kingdom. Her research interests lie in the area of international criminal law with a particular focus on sexual crimes. To complement her studies, Jana acted as a research assistant.
Tereza is a student of fourth year at Faculty of Law at University of West Bohemia in Pilsen who is interested in protection of human rights, criminal law and public international law. She currently volunteers in Amnesty International and works in law firm specialized in civil and criminal law.
Petra is a student of international relations at Masaryk University in Brno. She also studied political science and European studies at the bachelor's degree. She is interested in human rights, international public law and refugee status.
Zuzana is a student of the Charles University, Faculty of Law and an alumni od Master of gender studies programme at the Faculty of humanities. She is interested in the feminist critique of law and in connecting law with other social sciences.
Jana is a last year international relations student at Charles University in Prague. She worked as an intern at Council of Europe and the Embassy of Czech Republic in Brazil. Besides human rights, she is interested in international politics and conflict resolution.
Eva obtained university degree from law and now is currently in her last year of studies of psychology at Masaryk University. She is interested in health law, social psychology and its overlap into law. Currently she works at the Supreme administrative court as an legal advisor.
Jakub is currently a third year area studies and law student at Charles University. Besides human rights, his interests lie in the field of electoral rights. He is also interested in the public relations and it´s history and in the relations between law and social sciences.
Andrea studies Law at Faculty of Law at Charles University. She also studies Political Science and International Relations at Faculty of Social Sciences. She also worked as an intern at the Ministry of the Interior. Fields of her interest include international law, international relations and politics.
Tereza is studying at the Faculty of Law at Charles University, with deeper focus on foreign and asylum law. During her studies, she completed internships such as at the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Chile or in the Organization for Aid to Refugees in Prague. She is currently doing her traineeship in a non-profit organization that runs reception centers for asylum seekers in Bologna, Italy.
Michaela obtained university degree from Law, International Relations and European Studies at Masaryk University. During her studies she worked as an intern at the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Rome and at the Permanent Mission of the Czech Republic to the UN in New York. She is mainly interested in human rights and international affairs.
Pavel gained a PhD degree in law from the Faculty of Law, Masaryk University. He worked for the Public Defender of Rights and the Office of the Government of the Czech Republic. In 2019 he received postdoctoral research fellowship focused on implementation of Convention against Torture and its Optional Protocol in Taiwan.
Aneta Frodlová studies fourth year at Faculty of Law at Palacky University and also studied for a while at École de Droit - Université Clermont Auvergne. In addition, she is an intern at Czech Centre for Human Rights and Democracy. Her own research for her diploma thesis deals with the problematic of recidivism and punishment. She also focuses on human rights and criminal law in the context of international law.
Simona is a student of the Charles University, Faculty of Law. During her studies she worked as an intern at European parliament in Brussels and at the Permanent Mission of the Czech Republic to UN in Geneva. She is interested in human rights issues and its overlap into health law.
Klara is currently studying a forth-year of the master’s degree at the Faculty of Law of Palacky University in Olomouc. Apart from law, she also studied the French language in Olomouc. She is mainly focused on criminal law, human rights and their protection.