Santiago Zuleta Rios
Santiago focuses his practice on international arbitration, public law, and human rights. He is a candidate for a master’s in International Human Rights at Oxford University.
He performs as a judicial assistant in international arbitrations under the ICSID and UNCITRAL rules. In addition, to his experience investigating topics such as property rights, access to justice, and reparation mechanisms, he has a background as a legal clerk working at the Council of State of Colombia focused on State responsibility.
Currently, as director of business and human rights practice, he designs methodologies for economic non-state actors to comply with the implementation of the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGP) and other human rights standards. In addition, he advises several stakeholders in legal procedures, including constitutional actions to protect fundamental rights, international proceedings in the IACHR and OECD National Contact Points, and investor-state arbitrations involving human rights disputes. Also, he provides consultancy to indigenous peoples on enforcing the protection of FPIC and other human rights in the context of extractive industries.
Rose Simone Foran
Rose Foran is a dynamic human rights and humanitarian consultant and researcher with extensive experience in conflict, post-conflict and emergency contexts.
Over the past 9 years, Rose has worked in countries affected by conflict, crises, and natural disasters (Ethiopia, Somalia, Haiti, Myanmar, Israel, Palestine), and with refugee communities across three different regions (Jordan, Lebanon, Greece, Italy, Germany, and Bangladesh) for large and small-budget NGOs and UN agencies alike.
Rose holds degrees from the University of Oxford (MSt, International Human Rights Law), L’Institut d’études politiques de Paris/Sciences Po (MA, International Security), and Johns Hopkins University (BA, International Studies). She has received specialist training in International Investigations and SGBV Investigations from the Institute for International Criminal Investigations (IICI) at The Hague.
Rose speaks French fluently, is an avid home cook, and a firm believer in bringing a decent coffee-set up as part of your kit, no matter the terrain.
Peter Steudtner is a freelance trainer on Holistic Security and Nonviolent Conflict Transformation as well as a documentary photographer and filmmaker.
His engagement in holistic security accompaniment is currently part of the Digital Defenders Partnership (https://digitaldefenders.org) as a Psychosocial Support Facilitator as well as within the Holistic Protection Collective globally for Human Rights Organisations, journalists and activists.
He is one of the authors of the Holistic Security Manual, the Digital First Aid Kit and Coping With Prison.