Alexey Korotaev has been the International League for Human Rights Permanent Geneva Representative since January 1999. "He coordinates League's activities at United Nations Geneva-based treaty-monitoring bodies, Human Rights Commission, and helps organize League-sponsored conferences in CIS countries. From January to December 1998, Mr. Korotaev headed the Civil Society Program in the Open Society Institute (Soros Foundation), Moscow, Russia. From 1992 to 1997, he was founder and general director of "Compassion" Humanitarian and Charitable Center in Moscow. In addition, Mr. Korotaev worked in the past as a legislative advisor for the Russian State Duma and is currently a regular consultant to the office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights on the Caucasus and Central Asia. He did graduate work in economics at the USSR Academy of Sciences and holds a master's degree in physics from Kharkov State University, Ukraine." 
- Advisory Council, International Service for Human Rights
- "Biography", Accessed March 2007.