Mgr. Zuzana Fellegi, LL.M.

Adjunct Lecturer, School of International Relations & Diplomacy, John H. Carey II School of Law

Ms. Fellegi is a qualified lawyer and Attorney at Law admitted to the Czech Bar Association. She has earned double post-graduate qualifications in Human Rights and European Law at the Humboldt University in Berlin and in Comparative Politics at the Sciences-Po, Paris. Through her studies and work in several European countries and in the United States of America, Ms. Fellegi attained considerable cross-cultural experience and is fluent in seven languages. She has acquired extensive experience in international public sector while working for the European Commission and governmental structures where she cooperated with numerous international organizations such as the UN, UNESCO, OECD and OSCE. She specializes in Human Rights and Gender Issues, European Law and Politics, and International Organizations and teaches classes in these fields.

specialization

Anti-discrimination and gender equality; International organizations and their influence on human rights (including UN, CoE, EU, ICC, WTO, WB, IMF, NATO); Protection of individual human rights at regional and universal level; Impact of humanitarian interventions; Cooperation of Visegrad states within the EU

courses taught

International Organizations, World Order, EU Policies, Human Rights and Gender Equality and Politics