“At home I was always told that the majority should have consideration for the needs of the minority, and the EPS works in this way. We cannot talk about a free society from a situation in which enforcing the rights of the majority means actually reducing the rights of the minority. I regard the EPS as a multicoloured mosaic of interesting personalities interconnected by a common aim.”
Hana graduated from the Faculty of Law at the Masaryk University in Brno, with specialisations in administrative law, constitutional law, and human rights. During her studies she completed an educational stay at the Supreme Administrative Court and for two years worked in a law firm. She first cooperated with the EPS as a legal trainee.
In 2011 she started working full-time in the Service for Citizens division, based in Ostrava. She has been participating in a programme of cooperation with unincorporated associations which deal with public interest cases, and provides them with legal and other support.