Jasna Baksic Muftic. PhD is a full-time professor at Sarajevo University, School of Law, co-director of Gender studies, master and doctoral program at Center for interdisciplinary studies of Sarajevo University. Her teaching and research is Focusing on Theory of Law , Human Rights and Gender and law. She has published many research in this fields such as Socio economic status of Women in BiH, Position of Human Rights in Peace Agreement, Sexual harassment in private sector in BiH, Political representation of women in BiH. She cooperates with Bicocca University Milano ( Summer school ), SEELS (South East Europe Legal School network) and other University ( Springer publishing as member board)
Michele Bornstein is an advisor to the Women and Gender in Global Affairs network. She is currently a Grants Manager for CARE Bangladesh, where she has helped raise funding for Rohingya refugees — mostly women and children — who have fled from Myanmar. Prior to that, she served as the Country Director for an NGO in Sierra Leone, implementing gender and mental health projects following the country's Ebola crisis, and held consulting positions at the UNDP and the Human Rights Funders Network. Michele holds a Master in International Affairs from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Arts from Wellesley College. In 2011-2012 she was a recipient of the highly selective Thomas J. Watson Fellowship.