Director and Co-Founder
Willy was an active advocate for human rights in Communist countries during the Cold War. He has extensive experience in freedom of religion or belief around the world. He is a member of the International Consortium on Law and Religious Studies. He has written many articles in university journals, held lectures in academic conferences, testified before inter-state organizations and given interviews to international media.
Brianna has a BS in Psychology from Northeastern University and a MA in International Migration with a secondary specialisation in Human Rights Law from the University of Kent, Brussels School of International Studies. She has previously worked as an advocate for survivors of gender-based violence in the U.S. and primarily focuses on gender rights, LGBTQI rights and migrants’ rights.
Índigo Uriz Martínez
Research and Advocacy Officer
Índigo has a MSc in International Crimes, Conflicts & Criminology from the Vrije Universiteit van Amsterdan. Previously, she obtained a bachelor degree in Law, and a bachelor degree in Business Administration from the University of Granada. She has experience working as an advocate for human rights, specifically with refugees in Greece, Turkey and Germany.
HRWF Network of Experts
HRWF’s network of experts are independent consultants. They cannot be held accountable for the choice of policies of HRWF, a prerogative of the board of directors.
Zsuzsa-Anna FERENCZY (Brussels): Human Rights in China and in North Korea
Hans NOOT (Netherlands): Freedom of Religion or Belief
Alfiaz VAIYA (Brussels): Racism and Xenophobia
Dominic ZOEHRER (Vienna): Freedom of Religion or Belief
Oliver PAHNECKE (Warsaw): Rule of Law, Sovereign Finance, Human Rights and Independence of the Judiciary