He is a frequent lecturer on relief and refugee topics in universities and is a commentator on humanitarian issues for the BBC.
Florian Razesberger studied law at the Universities of Vienna, Copenhagen and Innsbruck (Magister iuris 2001, Doctor iuris 2005). After having worked as a Law Clerk at the Regional Court of Innsbruck and as an Assistant Legal Officer within the Presidency/Chambers at the International Criminal Court in The Hague, he worked as a Legal Adviser at Africa Middle East Refugee Assistance (AMERA) in Cairo. Since 2005, he works for different OSCE Missions in the Balkans in the area of judicial reform and human rights.
Elisabeth Wickeri is Executive Director at Fordham Law School, Leitner Center for International Law and Justice. She received her law degree from New York University and continued her studies at Johns Hopkins University Center for Chinese and American Studies. Over the years, Elizabeth worked for the International Center for Transnational Justice, Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, Constitutional Litigation Unit in Cape Town, and the Asia Division of Human Rights Watch. She served as Executive Editor of NYU Review of Law and Social Change. Elizabeth’s focus has been Human Rights in China and she served as member of the Committee on International Human Rights for 3 years.