Jury members for the third session 2015 - 2017
Professor Jan Paulsson
Head of Jury Committee
Professor of Law at the University of Miami and Founding Partner of Three Crowns LLP, Jan Paulsson has been appointed an arbitrator in over 150 cases and acted as advocate in over 500 arbitrations to date. Moreover, he has authored a number of books including 'Denial of Justice in International Law,' published by Cambridge University Press in 2005, and 'The Idea of Arbitration', published by Oxford University Press in 2013. A member of the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague, Paulsson is a former Centennial Professor at the London School of Economics and a former President of the International Council for Commercial Arbitration. Throughout his distinguished career he has been the recipient of a number of prestigious awards including the Order of Bahrain, election as an Honorary Bencher of Gray’s Inn and Profesor honorario, Universidad peruana de ciencias aplicadas.
H.E Mohammed bin Isa
He occupies Mohamed Bin Issa is currently the mayor of authentic in Morocco and the Secretary General of the Asilah Forum Foundation. Ibn Issa track record in the diplomatic and political work, the work of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and then became minister of culture in Morocco between 1985 and 1992, and served as ambassador to the United States during the period 1993 to 1999, and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation from 1999 to 2007. granted by His Majesty King of Morocco, King Mohammed VI Order of the throne of the first class in 2008, and has won numerous awards and accolades from many countries of the world.
Senator Cristovam Buarque
He is a Brazilian university professor and politician.
In his nine years out of Brazil during the years of the military dictatorship, he obtained a Doctorate at Sorbonne University, worked as a consultant for several international bodies of United Nations and IDB – Interamerican Development Bank both in Latin America and Washington DC.
He came back to Brazil as a professor at University of Brasília, where he was rector for four years. He was Governor of Brasília – the Federal District of Brazil –, Ministry of Education, and is a Federal Senator since 2003. He is the author of many books, some of them translated and published also abroad, and published hundreds of articles in magazines and newspapers. Buarque was President of the Council of the University for Peace, was a member of the Unesco Institute of Longlife Education. He is presently a member of the United Nations University and also a member of the Club of Rome.
He is well known as author for his ideas about ethics and economics. Within his books, it is possible to find criticisms to the bad global development that is creating a “global apartheid”, dividing the world by a “Gold Curtain” separating the rich and the poor of the world.
As an intellectual and governor he created and implemented the first program of Bolsa Escola – a Conditional Cash Transfer for Education that is now utilized in dozens of countries, assisting dozens of millions of people.
Dr. Joseph Ouedraogo
Foreign former minister of Burkina Faso (January 1999-June 2007), and the work of the Special Kalmschar the President of the African Development Bank, and also as a consultant in strategy and international cooperation, was Burkina Faso's ambassador to the Kingdom of Belgium and the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, The European Union and the World trade Organization. Over Theli courses it was in the national parliament by Burkina Faso. Between 1992 - 1994 was the Prime Minister, Chairman of the Government of Burkina Faso.
Dr. Luis Amado
Currently he serves as an international consultant, who is president of the Council of the Institute of Social and Political Studies at the University of Lisbon, a member of the European Council on Foreign Relations member, and member of the Board Center for International Relations and Sustainable Development Department. The chairman of the Board of Directors (non-executive) of the World Bank Funchal.
Mrs. Angkhana Nyala Paneth
Active in the field of human rights, and now occupy the post of president of Justice for Peace, Amnesty International praised the great efforts and described the leading champion of human rights in southern Thailand activist, Hazem, won many awards in the field of human rights. Angkhana Neelapaijit member of the text of the Constitution, a member of the Constitutional Commission, in 2007. She is now Commissioner for Human Rights in Thailand.
Dr. Wahib Nasser Issa
He is a scientific researcher Professor, and currently serves as vice president of academic programs and graduate studies at the University of Bahrain, which is in the "capital of the secretariat of the" Kingdom of Bahrain Member and Advisor to several international societies (UNESCO, UNIDO, and COMSTECH and ISESCO, the World Bank). And vice president of the University of Bahrain for Planning and Development, and received the Order of the efficiency of the first class of His Majesty the King of the Kingdom of Bahrain. And ISESCO Prize in physics from Morocco. And the award for best researcher at the University of Bahrain.