Lucas Adrian

Lucas Adrian

Lucas Adrian has more than 28 years of experience advising on international public affairs, foreign and defence policy, and human rights, among other practice areas.

Among various special assignments in crisis situations, Lucas Adrian was designated by the President of Argentina as a Special Envoy to carry out negotiations with the Government of Ghana for the successful recovery of a Navy Frigate, embargoed at the port of Tema (2012). He was also appointed as a Special Presidential Envoy successfully negotiating the resolution of a bilateral crisis with Cuba involving a dissident entering the Argentina Embassy in Havana (2004).

In the human right’s arena, Patrick has been a prominent activist in the broader Latin America truth and justice movement post-Cold War. In such endeavours, he has professionally advised the governments of Haiti, Peru, Honduras, El Salvador, Suriname and others in the design of mandate, structure, and implementation strategies of Truth Commissions charged to investigate past human rights violations.

Lucas Adrian holds a Master’s degree in Public Administration from University of Buenos Aires and a BA Degree in International Relations from Queen’s University in Ontario.