About us

Founders

Jacob Mchangama

Jacob Mchangama is director of legal affairs of the Danish think-tank CEPOS. He is an external lecturer in international human rights law at the University of Copenhagen. Mr. Mchangama has commented and/or published on human rights issues in inter alia BBC, The Economist, The Times (of London) and Wall Street Journal Europe.

Jacob.Mchangama@freedomrights.info
Paulina Neuding

Paulina Neuding is a lawyer and publisher of the Swedish magazine Neo. She is a columnist in the Swedish daily Svenska Dagbladet, and has written extensively on human rights and tolerance in inter alia die Welt, Jerusalem Post, the Weekly Standard and for Project Syndicate. She lives in Stockholm.

Paulina.Neuding@freedomrights.info
Aaron Rhodes

Dr. Aaron Rhodes was director of the International Helsinki Federation for Human Rights (1993-2007) and a founder of the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran. He earned his PhD at the University of Chicago in 1980. An American who also has honorary Austrian citizenship, he is based in Hamburg, Germany.

Aaron.Rhodes@freedomrights.info
Guglielmo Verdirame

Professor Dr. Guglielmo Verdirame is a professor of International Law at King's College London and a practicing barrister. He has written extensively on international human rights law, and on public international law in general. His latest book is The UN and Human Rights: Who Guards the Guardians? (Cambridge University Press, 2011).

Guglielmo.Verdirame@freedomrights.info