Dean of The School of Law at Universidad del Rosario. Former under Attorney General of Colombia. Distinguished professor of Criminal Law and author of many publications. Ph.D. Summa Cum Laude from Universidad Alfonso X. Master in Criminal Law from Universitat Pompeu Fabra and Central of Barcelona.
Vice-Dean of The School of Law at Universidad del Rosario. S.J.D. from Temple University. LL.M. from Cardozo School of Law. Masters in Gender Studies from Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Fulbright Scholar 2012-2014. 2014-2015 Fellow at Harvard University’s Institute for Global Law and Policy.
Criminal Law Lecturer at Universidad del Bosque, Universidad Javeriana, and Universidad del Rosario. Master in Advanced Studies in Human Rights from Universidad Carlos III and Universidad Externado de Colombia. She has worked as legal advisor for the Under Attorney General of Colombia, and currently practices Law as partner in Forero Ramírez Abogados.
Introduction to Law Lecturer at Universidad del Rosario and Universidad de Los Andes. Masters in International Law from Universidad de Los Andes. She has worked as research assistant for the Center of Socio-Legal Research in Universidad de Los Andes, and as advisor for gender related issues for the Crime Policy Direction of the Ministry of Justice.
Lecturer in International Criminal Law and Legal Theory at Universidad del Rosario. Master in International Criminal Law from Universidad de Granada and Master in Legal Theory from Johann Wolfgang Goethe University. He currently works as legal advisor in Lozano Consultores.
Criminal Law Lecturer at Universidad del Bosque and Universidad del Rosario. Master in Criminal Law and Penal Sciences from Universitat Pompeu Fabra and Central of Barcelona. He currently practices criminal law as partner in Casas & Escobar Abogados.
Director of Universidad del Rosario’s Legal Clinic. Ph.D. Candidate from Universidad de Granada. Master in International Economic Criminal Law from Universidad de Granada. Visiting Researcher in the Max Planck Institute. Current senior expert on corruption issues for the United Nations.
Academic Career Lecturer at Universidad del Rosario. Ph.D. candidate from University of London. Master in International Law from The London College UCK. His academic experience and research interests center on International Law and International Economic Law, Globalization, and Legal Methods. He has authored many publications on said subjects.
Founding member and President of the International Law Association for Colombia. LLMs from London School of Economics, McGill University and Paris II in fields pertaining Human Rights and International Law. She has worked as delegate for the International Red Cross Committee in conflict and post-conflict scenarios. Currently she works as researcher in transitional justice with the University of Johannesburg.
Academic Career Lecturer at Universidad del Rosario. MSC in Criminology and Criminal Justice from the University of Edinburgh. He alternates his legal practice as partner in Casas & Escobar Abogados with Human Rights advocacy on behalf of the LGBT population of Colombia as attorney for criminal matters for the NGO Colombia Diversa.
Academic Career Professor in International Law at Universidad del Rosario. Ph.D. Summa Cum Laude from Universidad Alfonso X. Master in Current Issues on Spanish and International Law from Universidad Alfonso X. Dr. Martínez has taught International Law at Xiamen University (China), University for Peace (Costa Rica), Universidad Alfonso X (Spain), Otzenhausen Academy (Germany), Hebrew Univeristy of Jerusalem (Israel), Universidad de Juárez Tabasco (México), Universidad de Coahuila (México) and the Hague University (The Netherlands). Author of numerous works on International Law, Dr. Martínez has also worked as legal and policy advisor to the Colombian government. Director International Law Resource Group.
|Nombre del Módulo||Temario||Intensidad Horaria|
|History of the conflict||‘La Violencia’|
Genesis and evolution of the FARC
Key issues in the Colombian Conflict
|Transitional justice in international law||Transitional Justice in Ad Hoc and Hybrid Tribunals Transitional Justice in the Rome Statute||4|
|Transitional justice in comparative law||Key components of Transitional Justice in comparative experiences.||4|
|Restorative justice and retributive justice||Retributive Justice |
Reintegrative shaming and ritual reentry.
|Principles of the Integral System of Truth, Justice, Reparation and Guarantees of Non-Recidivism||System principles, legal enforcement and interpretation||4|
|Truth commission: institutions, mechanisms and processes||Institutions, mechanisms and processes of the Truth Commission||4|
|Special Jurisdiction for Peace: institutions, mechanisms and processes||Institutions, mechanisms and processes of the Peace Special Jurisdiction||4|
|Differential and gender approach||Gender, differential approach and intersectionality in the system||4|