Senior trainer and consultant who founded PDCS in 1991 and led the organisation for over 20 years. Originally working as a psychologist, he devoted himself to counselling and therapy for people who needed life-support. He taught, worked on altruism research and on the effectiveness of various types of training.
Since 1990, he has been focusing on training and consulting mainly in the field of community conflict reconciliation, non-violent communication, organizational development, participatory education and decision-making issues. He has a wealth of international experience in the implementation of conflict prevention and resolution programs and as a trainer and facilitator he has conducted over 2000 trainings in forty countries.
In recent years, in addition to special trainings, he has devoted himself to foreign programs as well as consulting, analytical and publishing activities. As an external lecturer he lectures at several universities - in recent years mainly at Charles University and the University of Economics in Bratislava, in the past also at the European Peace University in Schleining and Donau University in Kremse.
He is the author and co-author of 16 books and many professional articles, eg. publications “Reader for Non-profits”, “Training? Training "," Conflict, Reconciliation, Reconciliation Councils ". He regularly publishes "rumours" from his trips about how conflicts are transformed in different countries and what happens in clashes of different cultures, such as "With a pumpkin tied to a leg", "Sop-sum-sum" and "Yahoo Boys".