Conference Coordinators


Jana Forstová


Jana joined Junior Diplomat Initiative in September 2012. From her young age she has been a huge fan of art, culture, ballet, operas and almost everything French. Besides, she is interested in international affairs and that is why diplomacy at the University of Economics was for her the obvious choice. Furthermore, she likes listening to rock music, she used to play in a girl band. Her favorite bands are The Doors and Guns n´ Roses and she can not exist without laughing and her friends.


Ondřej Wágner


Ondřej is originally from Pardubice – a town 100 kilometers East of Prague. His dream is to become an Ambassador of the Czech Republic to China or the United Nations. Besides studies various aspects of International Relations Ondrej spends most of his free time (and money) on travelling. Few years ago he fell in love with Asia – in particular with China where he had studied for one year in Beijing. Ondrej is one of the founding members of JDI.



Daniela Dírerová


Prague has been Daniela’s second home for two years now. After participating in international conferences during her time at grammar school, she started being interested in international cooperation. Her next steps led to studying Diplomacy at the University of Economics. As a fan of JDI since its first seminar, she felt she could not be absent from the organisation team. Her motto is – Do not blame the world. Find a solution. – and following this she strives to contribute to the improvement of dialogue between students and the world of diplomacy. She is a big fan of Spanish, the culture and food of Latin America.


Ludvík Eger


Ludvík has been interested in the world around him ever since. He has always been keen on actively engaging in it. Therefore he decided to purpose study of diplomacy and international relations. From that moment on he has been fully involved in this world with his school and extracurricular activities. He focuses on human rights issues. Ludvík also enjoys political marketing and public diplomacy. He cannot stand still for too long that is also one of the reason he co-founded JDI. He tries every year a new kind of sport and starred in a Kanye West and Jay-Z music video.


Kamila Harabinová


Kamila is also a founding member of JDI. She comes from a scenic environment of High Tatras. Passion for travelling and discovering new cultures led her into many countries, for example the USA, Canada, Turkey or Cuba. However, she remains faithful to the Czech Republic and her major International politics and Diplomacy. Yet she has also begun to study law. Among her hobbies are sports of any kind, from squash to kayak. You can also find her with a book and a cup of coffee or tea in her hand. She enjoys a company of entertaining and friendly people who bring verve and enthusiasm into her life.


Matti Tetřev


Matti studies International Relations and Diplomacy at the Faculty of International Relations at the University of Economics in Prague. At the same time, he is a Contemporary History student at the Faculty of Social Sciences at Charles University in Prague. The combination of these two fields gives him the unique ability to look at the current issues of international relations using the historical reflexion. He is also an active athlete and a great devotee of the „White sport“ that he has been playing competitively for several years. He spends the majority of his free time reading domestic and international fiction. He is highly interested in the Czech foreign policy, where he sees himself professionally in the future. He has been a member of JDI since 2012.


Lucia Klincova

Lucia Klincová


Interested since forever in what is happening in the world, it was very natural for Lucia to pursue International Relations studies at the Charles University in Prague. Besides that, she also studied at Université Libre de Bruxelles and completed a summer programme at the Georgetown University. She loves international environment and that is also the reason she sees herself working in diplomacy. For more than 10 years, she had been a professional dancer and she holds several European Champion titles. She has passion for travelling, music, France, food and sport. She wants to run a marathon one day.

Sara Valachova

Sára Valachová


Sara is currently studying Law at the Law Faculty and Hebrew studies at the Faculty of Arts of Charles University in Prague. In her studies, she focuses on European law and modern Israel. She hopes to find a job that will combine both her interests. In her free time, Sara enjoys reading books, both fiction and non-fiction, and watching films. Whenever possible, she likes to explore new countries as a volunteer, student or a simple traveller.

Jan Lalic

Jan Lalič


Jan originally comes from Bosnia and Herzegovina. However, turbulent Balkan ending of the 20th century brought him to the Czech Republic. He is currently a student of International Area Studies at Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University, where he is mainly attracted to topics concerning international security but also history and political situation in the Western Balkans, areas he would like to dedicate himself in his professional life. He spends his free time with friends and family, but he also enjoys translating and interpreting from Bosnian and Serbian language, reading, watching films and practicing martial arts. He is a member of Czech Republic Karate national team.


Lucia Klincová, Jan Lalič, Viktor Markov, Petra Pejchová, Sára Valachová, Elona Xhaferri


Iveta Bundzíková, Jörn Tobias Brüggemann, Daniel Helwig, Elias Karráa, Jan Kotík, Hana Láníková, Natália Mrvečková, Klára Palátová, Veronika Portešová, Lenka Poskerová, Boriana Rainova, Petra Skrbková, Kryštof Šťatsný, Zuzana Vedralová