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MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

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Tamara Sujú

Directora Ejecutiva del Instituto Casla, con sede en la República Checa. Abogada de la Universidad Católica Andrés Bello de Caracas, Venezuela, es diplomada en Política Criminal y Derechos Humanos de esa misma casa de estudios. Fundadora y directora internacional de Foro Penal Venezolano, organización nominada en 2015 al Premio Nóbel de la Paz. Por su trayectoria en defensa de los derechos humanos, Sujú fue galardonada en 2014 con la Orden Bicentenaria, máxima condecoración otorgada por el Colegio de Abogados de Caracas. En 2015 recibió el premio Democracy Award en nombre de los presos políticos y defensores de DDHH de Venezuela, reconocimiento entregado por el Congreso de los Estados Unidos. Es columnista del semanario La Razón y conferencista internacional.

Fredo Arias-King

Founder of the academic quarterly Demokratizatsiya: The Journal of Post-Soviet Democratization, publishing continuously since 1992. He holds an MA in Russian and East European studies (1998) and a Master in Business Administration (1997), both from Harvard University. At Harvard, he was an associate of the Strengthening Democratic Institutions Project and of the Russian Investment Symposia (1994-98), in addition to having worked in many rule-of-law projects in the region over the years. Between March of 1999 and July of 2000, he was senior advisor on international affairs to the National Action Party of Mexico, handling the foreign relations of the Vicente Fox presidential campaign. He also advised democratic forces in Moldova, Russia, Peru, Cuba, Belarus and Ukraine. In Moldova he received the highest honor awarded by the democratic opposition in 2004, the “Inima de Aur” (Golden Heart), and helped establish the International Committee for Democracy in Cuba, which includes the main transition figures from Central Europe and Latin America. He writes on transitions to democracy and he is the author of two books, the latest of which, Transiciones: La experiencia de Europa del Este, was published by CADAL in Buenos Aires in 2005.

Jan Ruml

Journalist, former dissident, political prisoner and Politician. He was the Minister of Interior from 1992 to 1997 and previously he served as Deputy Minister of Interior. In his position, he was especially responsible for the dismissal of about 10 000 Secret Police officers, informal removal of Secret Police agents from high state offices and transformation of communist counter-intelligence into a democratically controlled intelligence service. Jan Ruml became leader of a breakaway party called Freedom Union, which was founded on the 17 January 1998. He led the party into the 1998 election, where the party won 8.6% of the vote and 19 seats and went into opposition. Jan Ruml announced his resignation as leader of the Freedom Union on the 1 December 1999. During the Velvet Revolution (on November 18th 1989), he set up Independent Press Centre. This first state independent press agency later transformed into weekly Respekt. Between 1996 and 1998 the Member of the Lower Chamber of the Parliament. In 1998, he was elected Senator and since 2000 he also worked as Vice-Chairman of Senate for international affairs supporting democracy and human rights. In 2004, he withdrew from politics, finished his studies and started working in business ethical counseling and projects of non-profit organizations. Currently he runs his own private company.

Petr Bratský

Czech politician, Senator, former mayor of the 13 district in Prague, from 2002 to 2010 member of the Chamber of Deputies. He graduated in Operations and Economics of Transport at the University of Transport and Communications. Between 1982 – 1990 he worked as an assistant professor in the Transport Development Centre in Prague. During the Velvet Revolution in 1989 he co-founded the Civic Forum on Lužiny. In 1991 he was one of the founding members of the Civic Democratic Party (ODS). In 1990 he was elected Mayor of Prague – Stodůlky, a position he held until 2002. In the elections of June 2002, he was elected to the Chamber of Deputies for ODS (electoral district Prague). He was a member of the Committee on Science, Education, Culture, Youth and Sport. In the elections of 2010 he became a senator. For several years he has been very focused on the political and economic developments in Latin America as well as in human rights issues. He was on a visit to Costa Rica, Cuba and Mexico.

Stanislav Slavický

Czech diplomat, cultural anthropologist, and publicist. Stanislav Slavický is a former Ambassador of the Czech Republic to Venezuela and several Caribbean states (Jamaica, Barbados, Trinidad, Guyana, and others; 2008–2012), and also a former Ambassador to the Philippines, Palau and Micronesia (1999–2005).

After the Velvet Revolution he served as an Advisor to President Václav Havel for Asian, Middle East and Latin American affairs and contributed to the founding of the Forum 2000 conference series. Stanislav Slavický is an author of several research publications and TV documentaries about Asian and Latin American ethnic rituals (CT, TV Nova, TV Prima). During his mission in Venezuela contributed significantly to the strengthening of democratic forces and human rights by organizing conferences, exhibitions and media appearances. Currently he is consultant of the Forum 2000 Foundation.

Ivan Pilip

Czech politician and economist who was Finance Minister from June 1997 to July 1998, after having been the Minister of Education, Youth and Sport from 1994 to 1997. He served in government from 1992 to 1998, leading the KDS before it merged with the Civic Democratic Party. Pilip was among the deputies who split from the Civic Democrats to form the Freedom Union and in 1998 he went into opposition. He was detained in Cuba in early 2001 for almost a month after meeting opponents of the Cuban government, before being released after international pressure on Cuba. He lost his seat in the Chamber of Deputies in 2002, but he would serve as interim leader of Freedom Union for a period afterwards, before serving as a Vice-President at the European Investment Bank from 2004 to 2007. However in 1995 the KDS agreed to merge with the Civic Democrats, with 5 of the 10 KDS deputies, including Pilip, joining the Civic Democrats. Pilip stayed as Education Minister after the merger, but became seen as a leading figure within the Civic Democrats, before becoming Finance Minister in the summer of 1997.

Carlos González

Journalist, writer, academic and human rights defender. His comments appear frequently in the media.

Carlos holds a Master Degree in Communications, an Associate Degree in Social Market Economy and Higher Diplomas in Marketing from European and Latin American Business Schools.

During his life, he lived and worked in Argentina, Chile, Mexico, Belgium, United States, Poland and the Czech Republic.

Carlos is also a University professor and runs his own consulting firm.

Freddy Valverde

Journalist based in Prague, specialized in Central Europe and Human Rights issues.

Currently is the editor in chief of the Spanish Service of Radio Prague. Previously he was the Prague correspondent of the Voice of America. Among other topics, he was responsible for media coverage of the fall of the Iron Curtain and the defeat of communism in Central Europe. He was also correspondent of the top newspapers El Mercurio and El Mundo.

Valverde has extensive experience in the field of human right and diplomacy. He was member of the Government Committee for the Defense of Human Rights in the Czech Republic and cooperated with the Czech Non Governmental Organization ‘People in Need’.

During the earliest nineteen’s he was also diplomat at the Costa Rican Embassy in the Czech Republic.