Deputy Director (Advocacy)
Robert Clarke serves as Deputy Directory (Advocacy) for ADF International at its office in Vienna, Austria.
The ‘Conscience of Europe?’
The European Court of Human Rights has the monumental task of protecting the most fundamental freedoms of more than 800 million citizens across 47 States. That’s a significant challenge given that the Court is asked to reconcile substantial disagreements between these States on controversial issues—and views on marriage, family, sanctity of life, and religious freedom are far less cohesive now than when the European Convention on Human Rights was drafted.More...
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Senior Counsel, OAS & Latin America
Neydy Casillas, Esq. serves as senior legal counsel for the OAS and Latin America for ADF International at its Washington DC office. She has over a decade of legal experience in international law, family law, and civil law at international institutions such as the United Nations and the OAS.
Laurence Wilkinson serves as legal counsel for ADF International in London. A specialist on freedom of religion and freedom of speech under the European Convention on Human Rights,
Legal Fellow, United Nations
Reyna Anderson earned her Juris Doctor in 2019 from Ave Maria School of Law and received training in Latin American Human Rights Law at the Universidad Nacional in Costa Rica.
Legal Officer, Europe
Lidia Rieder, PhD, serves as legal officer for ADF International in Vienna, Austria. She is a lawyer specializing in public international law and conducts high quality legal advocacy in Europe to promote and protect religious liberty, life, and the family, including marriage.