Jacek Białas is an attorney and lawyer at the Strategic Litigation Program of the Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights, he specializes in asylum and migration law. He represents foreigners in a number of strategic cases before national courts and the European Court of Human Rights and the EU Court of Justice. He participates in legislative works on draft legal acts concerning foreigners, author of publications on foreigners' rights. He conducted trainings on foreigners' rights for judges, police officers, public and local government officials etc. Member of the Program Board of the Amnesty International Poland. In INPRIS he is an expert in the field of asylum law within the "Judging the Charter" project concerning the application of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights.
Łukasz Bojarski is cofounder and board member of legal think tank INPRIS — Institute for Law and Society — partner organization in the project "Judging the Charter" (inpris.pl). Expert of Polish and international institutions. Fields of interest and professional record in research, consultancy, advocacy, and training: human rights, judiciary, legal services and legal aid, legal profession, legal education, non-discrimination.
Andrea Crescenzi, PhD in International Order and Human Rights (Sapienza University of Rome). He is a Technologist/Researcher at the Institute for International Legal Studies of the Italian National Research Council (ISGI-CNR). He is currently chargé de cours (2017-2019) of the International Development Law at the Department of Communication and Social Research (CoRiS) at Sapienza University of Rome. Among others, he has worked within the EU Project ‘Making the Charter of Fundamental Rights a Living Instrument on the implementation of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights in Italy’.
Rosita Forastiero is Technologist/Researcher at the Institute for International Legal Studies of the National Research Council of Italy (ISGI-CNR), with specialization in European Union Law, Economics and Policies. Her research activities focus mainly on international and European human rights law, in particular legal protection of vulnerable people. She is also Member of the Editorial Board of the ISGI on-line publication "Italy and International Law" (www.larassegna.isgi.cnr.it and ‘Correspondent’ of the Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law (T.M.C. Asser Institute, The Hague). Among others, she has worked within the EU Project ‘Making the Charter of Fundamental Rights a Living Instrument on the implementation of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights in Italy’.
Małgorzara Jaźwińska is an attorney at the Warsaw Bar Association, works closely with Association for Legal Intervention and Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights in asylum and migration cases. She represents clients in number of strategic cases before national courts and the European Court of Human Rights. She participated in public consultations of draft bills concerning third-country nationals. Author of publications on rights of migrants and human rights. In INPRIS she is an expert in the field of asylum law within the "Judging the Charter" project concerning the application of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights.
Zoi Anna Kasapi is an attorney at law and a scientific researcher at the Centre for European Constitutional Law, since 2018. A member of the Athens Bar Association since 2013, she specialises in human rights, constitutional and administrative law, combining a solid academic background with international working experience in the non-profit sector in Brussels, Greece, and the UK
Giuseppe Palmisano is full Professor of international law at Roma Tre University and President of European Committee of Social Rights (Council of Europe). He is former Director of the Institute for International Legal Studies of the National research Council of Italy (ISGI-CNR). His research activities focus mainly on international human rights, in particular social rights. He is author of numerous books and articles. He managed, among others, the EU Project Making the Charter of Fundamental Rights a Living Instrument and Judging the Charter.
Tatjna Vlašić has been working for the Office of the Ombudswoman of the Republic of Croatia in the capacity of adviser since 2015. She holds a Master of Arts in Democracy and Human Rights in SEE.
Katrin Wladasch is legal and socio-economic researcher at the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Human Rights. She has been coordinator of the projects "Judging the Charter" and "CFREU-Making the charter a living instrument." Her main field of expertise are anti-discrimination and access to justice. She is vice-director of the Litigation Association of NGOs against discrimination and was board member of ZARA-Zivilcourage und Anti-Rassismus-Arbeit, member of the Human Rights Advisory Board to the Austrian Ombudsman Office as well as of the body monitoring the implementation of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in the city of Vienna. Lecturer at the University of Vienna, at the Danube University in Krems and the University of Applied Sciences bfi Vienna.