Veronika Bílková is a docent at the Department of International Law at the Faculty of Law of Charles University and a researcher at the Institute of International Relations in Prague. She is also a member and vice-president of the European Commission for Democracy through Law (Venice Commission).
Nela studied law at Charles University and specialized in international law and human rights. She spent a semester at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) and interned with the OAS Mission to Support the Peace Process in Colombia and the European Court of Human Rights. During an exchange at the Heidelberg University she worked as a student research assistant at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law.
Linda studied law, International Relations and European studies. She works as a lawyer at the office of Public Defender of Rights and teaches at the Law Faculty of Masaryk University. She specializes in refugee and migration law and the international protection of human rights. She is a member of the Committee for the rights of foreigners of the Government council for human rights.
Monika obtained a university degree in law, media and sociology at Masaryk University (Czech Republic) and human rights degree at Tilburg University (Netherlands). She works at the Office of the Czech Government Agent before the European Court of Human Rights. Monika is a Czech representative to the Committee on Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights of the Council of Europe.
Hubert studied law and European integration. He is currently teaching at the Faculty of Social Studies (MUNI) and doing research at the International Institute of Political Science (FSS MUNI) and the Judicial Studies Institute (Law MUNI). He spent the 2010–2011 academic year as a holder of the Fulbright scholarship researching judicialization of politics at UC Berkeley. He lectured on human rights in China and the Russian Federation. Hubert was a member of the Czech Government Council for Human Rights (2013-2020).
Douglas has a Master’s degree in International Economic and Political Studies from Charles University. He obtained his B.A. in Political Science and International Studies from Flagler College in Florida, USA. His research focuses on human rights and migration.
Jaromír studied history and international relations at King's College London. He is currently a second-year student at the Faculty of Law at Masaryk University in Brno. He is mainly interested in constitutional law and the law of the European Union.
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