Kari is one of the founders of the Estonian Human Rights Centre and manages its activities. He takes part in the work of refugee and equal treatment programmes.
Short bio The Executive Director of the EHRC also teaches European Union law and studies public administration in doctoral level at Tallinn University of Technology. From 2010 to 2015 he managed the equal treatment advancement projects at TUT, a part of which was the campaign “Diversity Enriches”. He was involved with the youth organisation Tegusad Eesti Noored (Active Estonian Youth) 2001 – 2008, being one of the founders and helping to manage it. He also took part in the work of the European Youth Parliament between 1999 and 2008.
Education Master of Arts in Law (Tallinn University of Technology), Bachelor of Arts in Law (Concordia International University Estonia / Audentes University).
Publications See Estonian Research Information Portal
Membership Member of Council at Estonian Lawyers Association, Member of Executive Board at Estonian Association for European Law of the Estonian Lawyers Association (FIDE Estonia), Member of Tegusad Eesti Noored.
Areas of responsibility strategic development, fundraising, relations with partners and donors
Topics equal treatment, data protection, access to justice, right to vote, free movement of persons in the EU, migration, asylum, technology and human rights, theories of human rights.
News and articles
- Kari Käsper: The case for investing in human rights in Estonia
- Refugee organisations: Estonia needs independent border monitoring
- Meet the people