The Governing Board is charged with the overall direction and governance of SJI. Members of the board lend professional expertise to the organization, assist in fundraising endeavors, and act as a public face for the organization.
i. Egbert G.Ch. Wesselink, Chair. PAX, Netherlands.
ii. Ole Solvang, Treasurer. Norwegian Refugee Council, Norway.
iii. Viviana Krstecevic, Secretary, Center for Justice and International Law, Washington, DC.
iv. Alexandra Koulaeva, member, International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH).
v. Tanya Mazur, member, Amnesty International.
Committee of Recommendation
Members of the Committee of Recommendation include internationally renowned human rights activists, journalists, public intellectuals, and policy-makers, all of whom have made significant contributions to the field of human rights. Voices of moral authority within their respective countries and the international community, they serve as the organization’s moral compass, guiding and supporting the mission.
Rainer Eppelmann, Writer
Erik Jurgens, Dutch Senator and member of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe
Nataša Kandić, Humanitarian Law Center, Belgrade
Markus Meckel, Member, German Bundestag (SDP)
Nathalie Nougayrede, Le Monde
Lord Russell-Johnston, Member of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (formerly President)
Members of the Advisory Committee are legal experts specializing in various aspects of international law, the European Convention on Human Rights, the European Court of Human Rights, and/or Russian law. They provide legal counsel and practical and theoretical advice to RJI.
Anne Bouillon, Avocats sans Frontières France
Professor William Bowring, London Metropolitan University Faculty of Law
Jane Buchanan, Former Executive Director, Russian Justice Initiative
Professor André Nollkaemper, University of Amsterdam Faculty of Law
Gareth Peirce, Birnberg, Peirce and Partners, London
Maria K. Pulzetti, Founding Executive Director, Russian Justice Initiative