Human Rights & International Criminal Law Online Forum allows for the debate of complex issues of international criminal law faced by the Office of the Prosecutor in the course of its work at the ICC. This Forum is run by Dr. Richard H. Steinberg of the Sanela Diana Jenkins Human Rights Project at UCLA School of Law in partnership with the ICC OTP.
Neuro Drinks is the brainchild of Chairman, CEO and Founder Diana Jenkins, created to provide a healthy alternative to what Jenkins perceived as a self medicating and caffeine-dependent society. Jenkins sought the counsel of scientists and nutritionists to create a beverage line that provides essential nutrients to the modern, overtaxed consumer in a convenient and delicious way.
Diana Jenkins is the proud recipient of awards for her philanthropic and human rights work. She is the recipient of the 2008 Mostar Peace Prize, the 2012 Elton John AIDS Foundation Enduring Vision award, and the HiiL Institute’s 2012 award for Innovating Justice.
Diana Jenkins established the Sanela Diana Jenkins Foundation for Bosnia. She created the Sanela Diana Jenkins Human Rights Project at UCLA School of Law. She raised funds for aid projects for the people of Darfur and for the Elton John AIDS Foundation. She established the Jenkins/Penn Haitian Relief Organization (J/P HRO) to provide relief for thousands immediately after the earthquake. And she supports the Clinton Foundation’s Haiti Fund.
Diana has a busy schedule: she raises money for multiple human rights foundations; she's Chairman, CEO, and Founder of Neuro Drinks; and she's a human rights activist. Her work takes her all over the world, but she calls Malibu her home.