in Human Rights

Director: Johannus D.T. (Hans) Noot.

Renown for his extensive work on the promotion of Religious Freedom in Europe, Middle and East Asia and Middle East.

Throughout his many travels he is often seen organizing or participating in conferences and forums on Human Rights topics, and directing Academic Research on issues of Religious Freedom or Belief and Freedom of Expression and Consience.

Member of the International Advisory Board of the International Center for Law and Religion Studies (ICLRS) at Brigham Young University (

Director of Mensenrechten Zonder Grenzen

Director of Godsdienstvrijheid Wereldwijd

Member of The steering committee of EIFRF

Board member of Human Rights Without Frontiers

Board member of Prague Seminar – Prague Conference (

Board member of Freedom of Religion or Belief Roundtable Brussels-EU (

Co-organizer of FoRB Roundtable Netherlands

Co-organizer of “Breed Overleg Godsdienstvrijheid”; an initiative with the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Founder of Discussion group on Discrimination-education

Works full-time for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, directing Religious Education classes for hundreds of students throughout Belgium and the Netherlands.

Academic background is in the fields of Organizational Behavior, Human Resources, Global Strategy, Organizational Anthropology, and Religions.