Conferencistas Internacionales

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Prof. Dr. Hans-Jörg Albrecht

Director at the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law in Freiburg/Germany, as well as an honorary professor and faculty member at the law faculty of the University of Freiburg. He is a guest professor at the Center for Criminal Law and Criminal Justice at the China University of Political Science and Law and at the law faculties of Hainan University, Renmin University, Wuhan University, Beijing Normal University, and Dalian Ocean University.

https://www.mpicc.de/en/home/albrecht.html

Victim of terrorism and legislation in Europe

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Prof. Dr. Pablo Galain

Pablo Galain Palermo carries out research in the areas of criminal law, criminal procedural law, and international criminal law.

He wrote his doctoral thesis on “Reparation as the functional equivalent of punishment.” Additional research priorities include restorative justice, the goal of punishment, alternative methods of conflict resolution in Latin America, and case disposition alternatives in Germany and Portugal. He is also working on selected aspects of international criminal law and the political-legal problems surrounding the implementation of the Rome Statute in Uruguay.
Pablo Galain Palermo’s current research focuses are on transitional justice and coming to terms with the past (Vergangenheitsbewältigung), victim reparation according to the jurisprudence of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, and the disappearance of persons within the framework of state terrorism.

https://www.mpicc.de/en/home/galain.html

Criminalidad organizada y reparación

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Prof. Dr. Leigh Payne

Professor of Sociology and Latin America at the University of Oxford. Human Rights Program Senior Research Fellow Leigh Payne is a leading expert on the political sociology of Latin America and one of the founders of the hugely innovative Transitional Justice Data Base.

https://hrp.cla.umn.edu/faculty/LeighPayne.html

Confessions of torturers

Payne, Leigh; Francesca Lessa and Gabriel Pereira. Overcoming Barriers to Justice in the Age of Human Rights Accountability. Human Rights Quarterly 27 (2015) 728-754.

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Prof. Dr. Samuel Moyn

Professor of law and history at Harvard University. He earned a doctorate in modern European history from the University of California-Berkeley in 2000 and a law degree from Harvard Law School in 2001. He returned to HLS after thirteen years in the Columbia University history department, where he was most recently James Bryce Professor of European Legal History. He has written several books in his fields of European intellectual history and human rights history, including The Last Utopia: Human Rights in History (Harvard University Press, 2010), and edited or coedited several others. His areas of interest in legal scholarship include international law, human rights, the law of war, and legal thought, in both historical and current perspective. He is editor of the interdisciplinary journal Humanity and holds editorial positions at several other publications.

https://hls.harvard.edu/faculty/directory/11175/Moyn/

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Prof. Dr. William Schabas

Professor of international law at Middlesex University in London. He is also professor of international human law and human rights at Leiden University, emeritus professor of human rights law at the National University of Ireland Galway and honorary chairman of the Irish Centre for Human Rights, invited visiting scholar at the Paris School of International Affairs (Sciences Politiques), honorary professor at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences in Beijing, visiting fellow of Kellogg College of the University of Oxford, and professeur associé at the Université du Québec à Montréal. Prof. Schabas is a ‘door tenant’ at the chambers of 9 Bedford Row, in London.

https://www.mdx.ac.uk/about-us/our-people/staff-directory/schabas-william

Genocide in International Law

Genocide Law in a time of transition

International Protection of Human Rights and Politics

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Prof. Dr. Nicolás Rodríguez

Profesor Titular de Derecho Procesal de la Universidad de Salamanca. Ha sido Premio Extraordinario de Doctorado, y ha desarrollado su investigación en las Universidades de Kansas, Turín y Coimbra. Autor de varias monografías, capítulos de libros y numerosos artículos doctrinales en publicaciones nacionales y extranjeras. Ha sido conferenciante en varias maestrías, congresos y cursos extraordinarios en España, Portugal, Argentina, Chile, Ecuador, Perú, Colombia, México, y Brasil.

Actualmente es el Director de la Escuela de Posgrado “Estado de Derecho y Buen Gobierno”, y es evaluador nacional e internacional de maestrías, doctorados y posgrados, en especial en el área de ciencias jurídicas y sociales.

https://grial.usal.es/grial/user/44

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Prof. Dr. Jaime Rossell Granados

Doctor y Catedrático Acreditado de Derecho. Director del Departamento de Derecho Público (2003-2007) y Decano de la Facultad de Derecho de la Universidad de Extremadura. Proyectos de investigación: la promoción del derecho a la libertad religiosa y la protección de las minorías religiosas —especialmente las musulmanas— en España y Europa; la igualdad y la no discriminación. Investigador principal de varios contratos de investigación con los Ministerios de Justicia, Trabajo y Asuntos Sociales e Igualdad. Ha dirigido y es profesor de varios cursos de posgrado y masters relacionados con la inmigración, la integración y la interculturalidad. Miembro del Board of Experts de l’International Religious Liberty Association y del International Consortium for Law and Religion.

https://www.abdemeducation.eu/x-portfolio/jaime-rossell-granados/

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Prof. Dr. Juan Federico Arriola

Profesor investigador  en el Departamento de Derecho de la Universidad Iberoamericana

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Dr. Carolin F. Hillemanns

Profesora Instituto Max Planck Freiburg.

Carolin F. Hillemanns joined the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law in November 2007. During the first funding period of the IMPRS REMEP she signed responsible for successfully managing and coordinating the research school (2008-2014). Since March 2014 she is local coordinator and researcher at the MPICC.
Carolin is trained as a German lawyer. She obtained a Maîtrise en Droit Public from the University of Montpellier I (France) in 1995. In 1997, she graduated from Heidelberg Law School (Germany) and did her bar exam in 1999. From 2000-02, Carolin was a research associate at the Chair of Professor D. Thürer, Institute of Public International and Comparative Constitutional Law, University of Zurich (Switzerland) where she received her doctorate in 2004. In 2002-03 she was a Visiting Scholar at New York University School of Law (USA). 2006 and 07 she led the International Criminal Defence Attorneys Association, Montreal (Canada) as its Executive Director.

Her research interests focus on transitional justice mechanisms. She has done presentations, research and publications in the field of corporate social responsibility; international criminal law and policy; transitional justice; international human rights law; institutional law of the European Communities, democracy and federalism; globalization; German constitutional law.

https://www.remep.mpg.de/4765/researchers?c=4566&employee_id=38014

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