Alice Foster, 38, was born in France and graduated from the Sorbonne University. She started her career as a journalist and worked her way up to become the chief editor of a major news outlet. She believes that the press plays a crucial role in defending human rights and often writes about social injustice and discrimination.
Mark Jensen, 55, was born in Germany and studied law at the University of Heidelberg. He has been a human rights advocate for over 30 years, working with various organizations to defend the rights of marginalized groups. He writes articles and gives lectures on topics such as refugees’ rights, police brutality, and freedom of speech.
Sofia Ivanova, 38, was born in Spain and received her degree in international relations from the University of Amsterdam. She is passionate about human rights and has worked with multiple organizations, providing legal support to victims of discrimination and advocating for minority rights. She writes articles for various publications, highlighting the need for more inclusive policies and social justice.
Alexei Petrov, 42, was born in Italy and studied political science at the University of Oxford. He has been actively involved in human rights advocacy for over two decades and has founded several organizations that focus on the protection of civil liberties. He is a regular contributor to several publications, writing on issues related to human rights violations, corruption, and abuse of power.