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Forms of the collaboration

We collaborate with many experts, academics, practitioners, and institutions on a diverse basis.  

Our cooperation with foreign universities, intergovernmental organizations and professional organisations includes exchange visits, research group visits, lectures and workshops. Every year, several guests come and give lectures on current topics or organise activities for the students, be it a workshop or a game simulation.  

We also cooperate within the Czech Republic. Our guests in the research group are often colleagues from other Czech universities or workplaces dealing with similar topics. In teaching, we collaborate mainly with representatives of the Ministry of the Interior or the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, with colleagues who are attorneys or judges or with personnel from NGOs and inter-governmental organisations. We work with a number of their home institutions to provide internships and legal clinics, which are also an essential part of our migration law teaching programme.  

External Cooperation

Meet our collaborators!

JUDr. Milan Lipovský, Ph.D.

Dr. Lipovský is a senior lecturer and researcher within the field of public international law at the Faculty of Law, Charles University (Prague). In his research, he specializes in international criminal law and the law of international peace and security. He regularly gives lectures and publishes within those fields in Czech and English. He also coaches student teams in various moot courts. Dr. Lipovský is a member of the Czech Society of International Law, European Society of International Law, American Society of International Law, and UNCE – Human Rights Research Center of Charles University.  

Mgr. et Mgr. Linda Janků, Ph.D.

Linda Janků specializes in migration and refugee law, statelessness and human rights. She is a senior lawyer at the Czech Ombudsman Office, responsible for the agenda of asylum and migration law. She also teaches Refugee Law Clinic, Asylum Law Moot Court and Asylum and Migration Law courses at the Faculty of Law, Masaryk University. Linda is a member of the Committee for the Rights of Foreigners of the Council of the Government of the Czech Republic for Human Rights and a former member and director of the Czech Centre for Human Rights and Democratization. She served as an expert in the CAHENF-Safeguards group of experts under the Committee of the Rights of the Child of the Council of Europe, dealing with the issue of unaccompanied minors.

JUDr. Martin Faix, PhD., MJI

Dr Faix is a senior lecturer of international law at the Palacký University in Olomouc and Charles University in Prague. His research interests include general international law, international institutional law, human rights, international law on the use of force and the law of armed conflict. He lectures in the Czech Republic and abroad and has published extensively in these fields. Currently, he is Head of the Centre for International Humanitarian and Operational Law at the Palacký University, junior fellow of the Centre for Human Rights of the Charles University in Prague (since 2012) and alternate member for the Czech Republic of the Management Board of the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (since July 2015).

JUDr. David Kryska, Ph.D.

Dr. David Kryska is an expert in administrative law, specializing in foreign and asylum law. He is currently a judge at the Regional Court in Prague, he worked at the PFUK for many years as a member of the Department of Administrative Law, and now he is its external collaborator. David Kryska lectures externally in some of the Centre's courses and is happy to provide feedback on research articles.

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