András Kádár is an attorney at law and Co-chair of the Hungarian Helsinki Committee (HHC), a human rights watchdog NGO focusing on asylum law, criminal justice, the human rights performance of law enforcement and the rule of law. Besides providing representation before domestic and international forums, including the European Court of Human Rights, he has been responsible for HHC’s various research projects, trainings and advocacy activities in the areas of criminal justice, law enforcement and the rule of law. Between 2008 and 2014 he was a member of the Independent Police Complaints Board, a civilian oversight body adjudicating complaints into police violations. From 2009 to 2010 he served on the Equal Treatment Advisory Board, the body assisting the work of the Hungary’s equality body, the Equal Treatment Authority. At present, he is the Hungarian member of the European network of legal experts in gender equality and non-discrimination.
Articles by this author:
Hungary Should Not Become Patient Zero
by Márta Pardavi and András Kádár
Apr 22nd, 2020