Ana Dolidze is a lawyer and Albert Podell Fellow at Risk at New York University School of Law. Recent Visiting Fellow at the Harriman Institute of Columbia University, she is the former president of the Georgian Young Lawyers Association (GYLA).
A graduate of Tbilisi State University, Dolidze pursued extensive legal studies abroad and received her LLM (Master of Laws) in Public International Law from Leiden University in the Netherlands.
She has contributed to the work of a number of important organizations, such as the Media Council, the Stakeholders Committee of the Millennium Challenge Georgia Fund and the Human Rights Monitoring Council of the Penitentiary and Detention Places. Ms. Dolidze served as Adjunct Professor in Human Rights and International Law at the Caucasus School of Law and Georgian American University.
Ms. Dolidze is the author of numerous publications on legal reforms in Georgia. She blogs at http://resistancegeorgia.blogspot.com.
Irakli Jibladze, originally from Georgia, holds a masters degree of Nationalism Studies from Central European University in Budapest. Currently he works for Transitions Online, where he develops new media initiatives.
Irakli completed his undergraduate studies in American University in Bulgaria. He also studied in European College of Liberal Arts in Berlin. He blogs at blogs.tol.org/georgia.