JUDr. Štefan Viedenský teaches International Law, Public International Law, Diplomatic and Consular Law, as well as UN – Position and Role, Basis of the Public International Law within the ERASMUS+ program at the College od International and Public Relations in Prague
He studied at the Moscow State Institute of International Relations (specialization – International Relations, Japanese Language) (1978–1981) and later graduated from the Law Faculty of Charles University, specialization International Public Law, diploma thesis: “ASEAN – International Legal Aspects of Development”; 1987 – rigorous examinations in the field of public international law – JUDr. degree
JUDr. Štefan Viedenský worked at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1985 – 1997), Consulate General in Zagreb (later Embassy) – Consul (jurisdiction for Croatia and Slovenia and partly for Bosnia and Herzegovina during the conflict in former Yugoslavia) (1988-1993), Embassy of the Czech Republic in Bratislava – Head of the Consular Section (Embassy Council) (1993 – 1997), Ministry of Industry and Trade – International Law Department (1998 – 2001), Ministry of Interior – Department of Asylum and Migration Policy (2001 – 2007), AICTA DESIGN Work, s.r.o. – consulting firm focusing on the function of mediator between Czech and Chinese entities (representation also in Shanghai) (2008 – 2009), MHM computer a.s. – project manager (2010 – 2011), since 2011 he lectures at the College of International and Public Relations in Prague.
He is a member of the Czech Society for International Law and speaks fluent English, Russian, Croatian, Serbian and Slovak.
Publications and articles: International Public Law and European Union Law (2013), Death of a Czech citizen abroad – basic recommendations on how to proceed (2013), in English Review: Ian Brownlie: “Principles of International Public Law” (2014), International Law and Public Administration (2014), Basic Rules of International Law and EU Peacekeeping Law (2015), in English review of “Response to International Crimes” (2015), Basics of Migration Issues (2015), in English language review of “Preventive Mechanisms under the Optional Protocol to the Convention against Torture” (2017), Foreign Service and Civil Service Act (a) (2017), review of “New Global Economic Architecture” (2019).