Board of directors
Frédéric Bellay, Bernard Bolze, Nicolas Cohen, Eva Csergö, Alexandre Delavay, Vincent Delbos, Michel Dupoirieux, Jean-Michel Gremillet, Marie Hanotte, Eric Jeantet (co-président), Judith Le Mauff, Anouk Mousset (secrétaire), Roksana Naserzadeh (co-présidente), Louis Perego, Michel Rohart (trésorier).
Updated on 10/5/2019.
Combining his professional practice as a journalist and his commitment to social responsibility, Bernard Bolze, in 1990, set up the International Observatory on Prisons. From that point on, he started to focus on the issue of detention by organising campaigns and public events. In 2008 he joined the team at the office of the Controller-General for Places of Deprivation of Liberty (the French National Preventive Mechanism) for several years. He was also the initiator of publications on prisons, among which was the first edition of the Guide du prisonnier (published by Editions de l’Atelier, 1995) and Prisons de Lyon, une histoire manifeste (published by LieuxDits Editions, 2013). In the spring of 2014, Bernard Bolze, 63, initiated the Prison Insider project.
International Network Coordinator
A graduate of the Lyon Institute of Human Rights (IDHL), after a course in Anthropology, Eliane Martinez, Venezuelan, joined, at the age of 24, Prison Insider in march 2016. She is working on annual reports and coordinating the international network.
Diana Giron Silva
Translation Section Coordinator
A graduate in Applied Foreign Languages and of the ESIT (School of Interpretation and Translation), Diana Giron Silva (Colombian), joined Prison Insider in April 2016, at the age of 36. Her experience as a translator for the IFHR (International Federation of Human Rights) of UNESCO, or foreigners in France, has given her a greater awareness of human rights issues.
Social media and commercialization of university research project manager
With a degree in political science and sociology, Clara Grisot, french, joined the permanent team, at the age of 26, Prison Insider in may 2016. She has studied those working in a prison environment. In 2014, she undertook a civilian service mission in order to promote the rights of children before teaching others about this subject. Coming from a research perspective, she acts as an intermediary between Prison Insider and the university world.