He Graduated his College at Doncaster Secondary College having a Victorian Certificate of Education in 1987
He obtained his law degree at University of Costa Rica in 1988-1995
He obtained his Diploma of the International Institute for Human Rights in 1997
Victor Madrigal Borloz Work Background
Director of Legal Department in Inter-American Court of human Rights
In January 1998 to July 1999 he is the Director of Legal Department In this job Supervised and coordinated the legal production of the Secretariat for consideration of the Secretaries and the Court. He is also a part of the management team having a five professional staff and two administrative staff
Team Leader for State and Law Reform at Danish Institute for Human Rights
- In July 1999 to August 2004 He is the one who supervised projects and Consultancies on Strategic Planning methodologies in Cambodia, Guatemala, Mozambique, Niger, Serbia, and Tanzania, and for the African Commission on Human and People's Rights
Principal Human Rights Specialist and Head of Litigation in Inter American Commission on Human Rights
In August 2004 to October 2013 In this Job he is the one who examines all the petitions submitted to the Commission he is also the one responsible for the development of strategy in Cases, Opinions and Provisional Measures. In addition to this while his working he also became the Member of the Executive Secretariat's Management Group;
Responsible for liaising with the OAS Political Organs;
Chief Advisor on Information Systems Requirements; and
Chief Advisor on LGTBI rights.
Secretary General and Chief Executive Officer at International rehabilitation Council for torture Victims
In October 2013 to June 2019 he was the one who provide strategic leadership, representing the organization globally, ensuring engagement with the 74-country, 144-centre strong membership, managing the Secretariat and ensuring adequate resources to achieve the strategic goals of the IRCT.
United Nations Independent Expert at United nations Human Rights
In January 2018 to Present he is appointed to assess the implementation of existing international human rights and to raise awareness of violence and discrimination against persons on the basis of their sexual orientation or gender identity, and to identify and address the root causes of violence and discrimination.
Lecturer at law and Eleanor Roosevelt Senior Visiting Researcher at the Human Rights program at Harvard Law School
In January 2019 to Present he assesses the implementation of international human rights law, raises awareness, engages in dialogue with all relevant stakeholders, and provides advisory services, technical assistance, capacity-building to help address violence and discrimination against persons on the basis of the sexual orientation or gender identity.
Koumbou Boly Barry Educational and Work Background
She got her PHD in Economic history in Diop University in Senegal
She is the former minister of education and literacy of burkina Faso
She is a Visiting professor at University of Nottingham, United Kingdom; University of Louvain La Neuve and Lecturer at Ouagadougou University; Victoria University; and Fribourg university.