The EIN Board, elected for a term of four years, currently consists of ten members:

  The new EIN Board after the elections at the First General Assembly, 1st December 2018, Strasbourg. From left to right:    2nd raw: Malcolm Langford, Philip Leach, Adam Weiss, Panayote Dimitras, Krasimir Kanev, Vladislav Gribincea, Kristina Todorovic    1st raw: Basak Cali, Dominika Bychawska-Siniarska, Nigel Warner    Photo: EIN

The new EIN Board after the elections at the First General Assembly, 1st December 2018, Strasbourg. From left to right:

2nd raw: Malcolm Langford, Philip Leach, Adam Weiss, Panayote Dimitras, Krasimir Kanev, Vladislav Gribincea, Kristina Todorovic

1st raw: Basak Cali, Dominika Bychawska-Siniarska, Nigel Warner

Photo: EIN

  • Professor Başak Çalı (Hertie School of Governance, Berlin; Center for Global Public Law, Koç University, Istanbul)

  • Judgment Watch, represented by Malcolm Langford

  • Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights, represented by Dominika Bychawska-Siniarska

  • Legal Resources Centre from Moldova, represented by Vladislav Gribincea

  • Nigel Warner (ILGA-Europe Advisor at the Council of Europe)

  • Professor Philip Leach (School of Law, Middlesex University, London)

  • Panayote Dimitras, Founder and Spokesperson of the Greek Helsinki Monitor

  • Dr Krasimir Kanev, Director of the Bulgarian Helsinki Committee

  • Kristina Todorovic, Attorney at law at the Lawyers’Committee for Human Rights (YUCOM), Serbia

  • Adam Weiss, Managing Director of the European Roma Rights Centre, Hungary