CHRISTINA BINDER | September 2021
Dr. Christina Binder, E.MA, holds the Chair for International Law and International Human Rights Law at the Bundeswehr University Munich since April 2017. Before, she was University Professor of International Law at the Department of European, International and Comparative Law at the University of Vienna and Deputy Director of the interdisciplinary Research Centre “Human Rights”. She is member of the ILA Committees on the Implementation of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and on Human Rights in Times of Emergency. Christina is member of the Executive Board and former Vice-President of the European Society of International Law (ESIL), was member of the Executive Board of the European Inter-University Center for Human Rights and Democratization (EIUC) (2016-2019) and is member of the Council of the Global Campus of Human Rights since 2019. Her research focuses on a number of public international law issues, including human rights, the law of treaties, international investment law as well as international environmental law. She is co-editor of the Zeitschrift für Menschenrechte, the European Yearbook of International Economic Law and of the Hungarian Yearbook of International and European Law and has widely published, in edited volumes and in peer-reviewed journals. Christina also served as legal and electoral expert for EU and OSCE/ODIHR election observation and assessment missions in several countries. She likewise acts as electoral expert for the Council of Europe Congress of Local and Regional Authorities.
NURIA BELLOSO MARTÍN | May 2022
Professor of Philosophy of Law at the University of Burgos (Spain)
She has carried out research stays in European (Italy, Portugal) and Latin American (Brazil, Argentina and Mexico) Universities.
She has directed and co-directed twenty doctoral theses.
Evaluator of twenty national and international journals. In the last ten years I have carried out more than sixty evaluations
Member of the Editorial Board of thirty national and international magazines.
MARTA CZAKOWSKA | May 2022
Lawyer – attorney-at-law, pedagogue, PhD in law (2016)
Assistant Professor at the Law Institute of Kujavy and Pomorze University in Bydgoszcz. Head of the Law Clinic.
She is the secretary of the editorial office of the scientific journal ,,Studies in the field of the legal sciences. Miscellanea ''. This journal is recorded on the list of scientific journals of the Minister of Science and Higher Education.
Academic ombudsman at the University
Member of the Bar Association of Attorneys-at-Law in Bydgoszcz.
Member of the Disciplinary Committee for Academic Teachers at the Minister of Education and Science.
An expert in the Parliamentary Group for Reform of the Electoral Code
Research interests concentrate on electoral system in selected european countries, principles of political system of the state, fundamentals of election law, constitutional human rights and freedoms , the system of high eduction , election administraton system, educational law
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MICHAL CZAKOWSKI | May 2022
PhD in Safety Sciences, Master of Law. He completed doctoral studies in the field of legal sciences, post-graduate studies in the field of pedagogical preparation and in the field of education management, preschool and early school education. Appointed teacher. He focuses his research interests on the broadly understood issues of security science, electoral law with the aspect of using new technologies in the election process. He also includes administrative law - in particular the issues of electronic administration - to the scientific trend. Author and co-author of publications on the following issues: election law, constitutional law, system law, administrative law, family law, national security, internal security. His scientific achievements lie in the discipline of legal science and the science of politics and administration as well as security sciences.
INÉS C. IGLESIAS CANLE | May 2022
Professor of Procedural Law at the University of Vigo since 2020. Previously, she has held various teaching positions at the University of Santiago de Compostela and Vigo. She graduated in Law in 1992 and acquired a Doctor of Law Degree from the same University in 1998. In addition to her teaching activity, she has carried out research and teaching stays at German Universities (Freiburg, Cologne...), Italian Universities (Florence, Sapienza, Bari...) and Latin America. He has been visiting professor at the Sapienza University of Rome (2021) and Foggià (2018).
SVITLANA IASECHKO | September 2022
Associate Professor of Civil Law, Kharkiv National University oflnternational Affairs.
She graduated from Kharkiv. Since 2011 she has been working as a researcher at the Kharkiv University of Internal Affairs in the Department of Civil Law Disciplines. Field of study of information rights, personal non-patrimonial rights, transactions, Roman law.