David Baragwanath

Camila Gutiérrez Aguilera

Sir David Baragwanath (New Zealand) is an appellate judge and former President of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon in The Hague. He has encouraged the outreach function of the Tribunal with its purpose of helping the community understand the function and operation of international criminal law. He has written and lectured internationally and is a visiting and honorary professor at universities in England and New Zealand.

Camila Gutiérrez Aguilera is currently based in London. She is part of the Board of Directors of ‘Más Arte Más Acción’, a cultural foundation (based in Choco, the Pacific coast of Colombia) that generates critical thinking through art. She recently opened a Creative Hub in La Soledad, a traditional neighborhood in Bogota, aiming to support and collaborate with creative entrepreneurs interested in the intersections between culture & social impact.

Ivar Nijhuis

Ivar Nijhuis

Ivar Nijhuis is director of Communications at ministry of Justice and Security since 2016. He is well known in the field of government communications as he held the same position ...

Barbara Oomen

Ivar Nijhuis is director of Communications at ministry of Justice and Security since 2016. He is well known in the field of government communications as he held the same position at the ministry of Foreign Affairs and the ministry of Economic Affairs. He was also head of communications with the city of Rotterdam. Following the downing of MH17 he was appointed as project director for MH17 by the national coordinator for counter terrorism and security (NCTV).

Barbara Oomen is Professor in the Sociology of Human Rights at University College Roosevelt in Middelburg and Utrecht University. Her research focuses on the relation between law and reality. For example, she did a large-scale research project about the legitimacy of transitional justice procedures that were initiated to deal with gross human rights violations. Currently, she leads the NWO-Vici research ‘Cities of Refuge’ about cities, refugees and human rights.

Arno van Roosmalen

Arno van Roosmalen is director of Stroom Den Haag, centre for visual arts, architecture and urbanism in The Hague, Netherlands. He was curator for the City Collection at the Boijmans Van Beuningen Museum and program coordinator of TENT, centre for visual arts, both in Rotterdam. In 1997 he was curator of the Dutch Pavilion at the Venice Biennial together with Leontine Coelewij (artists: Aernout Mik and Willem Oorebeek).