Office ČŽL

Hana Stelzerová
Hana studied sociology and social politics at Charles University, at Faculty of Social Sciences. Between years 2004 and 2011, she worked in Agora Central Europe, where she established successful debate program called 'Student Agora'. Later she work in the Center for community work (CpKP) in the region of Central Bohemia as a methodologist in community planning of social services in towns Kolín and Hořovice. Since 2014 she has been working for CWL. Here she started as project manager of big partner’s project 'Defending the Rights of Women in Czech Republic'. In 2016 she became the director and in this new position is now contributing to further development of the organization.
Diana Gregorová
Coordinator / Manager
Diana studied sociology at Comenius University in Bratislava as well as at Masaryk University in Brno. In 2014 she worked as project manager in program 'Women rights are human rights' in the non-profit organization NESEHNUTI. Diana is a co-founder of Slovak project against sexist advertisment called 'Sexist kix' where she is still actively involved. In 2016 she was working as project manager in CRM for non-profit and in the November she became a part of the CWL´s team as coordinator and manager. She also coordinate working group Women and economics. Diana is also a member of Gender Expert Chamber.
Ivana Antalová
Financial manager and Lobbyist for systemic change in obstetrics
She studied at Bata University in Zlin, at faculty of technology. Previously she worked on different economic positions. Circumstances surrounding her both childbirths had great influence on her next passion. She decided to work on elimination of unnecessary suffering during childbirths as well as support of bonding. She established the project BabyKlokánci, z.s. Zrnka that supports parents of premature babies as well as parents of ill new-borns. She specializes in human rights protection, freedom of choice of place and manner of delivery, promotion of continuous care of regional midwifes, and establishment of birth houses in Czech Republic. She is a co-author of book Bonding – childbirth is joy. She initiated a petition named 'Child belongs to parents as standard in provision of health services in obstetrics' and also initiated a call: How to give a birth with love. Ivana is also plays in drama named EPIZOTOMI, inspired by negative experiences in current Czech obstetrics. Since January 2017, Ivana is part of Czech Women Lobby. 'I wish the loving and supportive care for women and children would be created all in unity. '
Jana Radovanovičová
She studied sociology and social anthropology at the Faculty of Social Studies at the Masaryk University. Currently studying for a doctoral degree in this field, she is researching topics of medical, body and corporeal sociology. She enjoys methodology and design of research, which she considers a creative process that makes it possible to get to know, understand and describe the world we live in. She is experienced in a variety of fields, from project management and film production to the education of both children and adults. In the Czech Women's Lobby, she works as a sociologist in a project that reflects the impact of European funding on the status of women in the labour market. She is currently on parental leave.
Vanda Maufras Černohorská
She studied Philosophy and Film Science at Palacky University in Olomouc, Gender Studies at Charles University in Prague and Sociology at Masaryk University in Brno, where she continues her PhD program. With the support of the Fulbright scholarship, she spent 2015/2016 as a visiting researcher at Yale University. She has been working in the non-profit sector since 2013, especially for organizations dedicated to migration and integration. Prior to joining CWL, she worked on the mission of Člověk v tísni in Turkey and Iraq. In the CWL she provides sociological support for a project that analyzes the impact of European funds on the position of women in the labor market. She is a member of the Gender Expert Chamber.
Anna Libová
She studied sociology at Komenského University in Bratislava and Sociology in European Context at FSV Charles University in Prague. After her studies, she worked as a design researcher at the digital agency, where she researched the needs of product and service target groups. She joined the Czech Women's Lobby as a sociologist in April 2019. She is interested in the development of the feminist movement and human rights in the digital era.
Magdalena Hrdličková
She studied sociology and social work at FSS Masaryk University in Brno. Currently she is completing a master's degree in Gender Studies at FHS Charles University. She is interested in the possibilities of feminist organization and thinking at the institutional level. She is a intern in the Czech Women's Lobby and simultaneously works in an organization Jako doma - Homelike.