The initiators come from completely different backgrounds. It is their individual perspectives and approaches in particular that enabled the idea of this book to become reality.
has been managing luxury hotels through her company Fuchs Hotelconsult e.U. for almost 30 years. Additionally she is managing partner of proASP, a company specializing in IT solutions for hotels which has funded this non-profit book project.
She has always been passionate about charity work and organises an annual charity fundraiser, which has raised substantial amounts for children’s charities including „die möve“ and Africa Amini Alama.
Andrea sought to create meaningful reading material that could be displayed to international guests in hotels around the world. This is how the idea for the book “IMAGINE HUMAN RIGHTS – Artists celebrate the Universal Declaration” was born. Through art, the book envisages possible worlds where people’s human rights are respected, allowing them to flourish.
is a professor of International Law and Human Rights at the University of Vienna and Secretary General of the European Inter-University Centre for Human Rights and Democratisation in Venice, Italy; founder and scientific director of the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Human Rights in Vienna, Austria and independent expert leading the UN Global Study on Children Deprived of Liberty. He is the author of 600 publications on international human rights issues and holds a number of expert positions, e. g. as a UN Special Rapporteur on Torture and judge at the Human Rights Chamber for Bosnia-Herzegovina in Sarajevo. Asked about his involvement in the book project, Manfred Nowak states, "Imagine a world without human rights: It would be a world without arts, a world of darkness."
is an art world professional with more than 25 years of diverse working experience in this field. As a curator she has played a key role in the conceptual development and execution of this project.