is communicating EU’s policies in biodiversity and climate change as Editor-in-Chief of the cross-media environmental portal, 2Celsius Network. He recently co-authored a book on ecological connectivity in the EU.
worked as the editor of the Russian-Chechen Information Agency at the Russian-Chechen Friendship Society until the ban of the organization in 2007 under the Law on Extremism. Now works with the RCFS from Finland where the organization has its legal entity.
graduated from the University of Sussex, Brighton where she majored in Applied Social Psychology. In 2009 she joined the Centre for the Research of Ethnicity and Culture where she specialises in political discourses on minorities and national identity as well as prejudice, stereotypes and social identity issues.
studied urban planning and building conservation in the UK, at undergraduate and post-graduate levels respectively. He has lived in Prague since 2000 and works as a freelance journalist, copywriter and translator.
is Senior Lecturer in Czech Studies at the University of Glasgow, Scotland. His monograph “A Society in Distress: The Image of the Czech Republic in Contemporary Czech Feature Film” has just been published by Sussex Academic Press.