Kari Käsper founded the Estonian Human Rights Centre and is currently leading it as Executive Director, responsible for relations with partners and representation of the centre. He has been working as lecturer in European and human rights law since 2008 at Tallinn University of Technology. His research interests relate to how new technologies change society, and particularly the impact techno-economic paradigm shifts have on human rights protection. Kari has been the editor of the independent report “Human Rights in Estonia” since 2009. He has also worked as an expert for the European Commission and United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.
PhD studies in Public Administration (incomplete)
MA in Law
BA in Law
- Kodanikuühiskonna Sihtkapitali nõukogu liige
- Riigikantselei kaasamisalaste tegevuste valikut nõustava komisjoni liige,
- Erakondade Rahastamise Järelevalve Komisjoni asendusliige (õiguskantsleri poolt nimetatud),
- Global e-Sustainability Initiative Human Rights Stakeholder Advisor Groupi liige,
- Eesti Juristide Liidu volikogu liige ja Euroopa õiguse ühenduse (FIDE Eesti) juhatuse liige.
New survey finds that the opponents of the Registered Partnership Act are in the minority10. June 2019
Human Rights E-Guide meeting in Sofia23. April 2019
We helped a lesbian couple get a fair decision20. December 2018
|1.02.2018 - 31.05.2019||Human Rights e-Guide|
|1.01.2018 - 31.12.2018||Respecting the equal rights of all in Estonia|
|1.05.2017 - 31.10.2017||Human rights and basic values in Estonian schools and education policy|
|1.01.2017 - 1.05.2018||To implement the Diverse workplace label model|