Alejandro Fuentes

Alejandro Fuentes received his PhD in International Law from Trento University and his LL.M in Comparative and European Legal Studies from the University of Cordoba. He lectures regularly in International Human Rights Law at the Faculty of Law, Lund University, where he directs the Human Rights and Cultural Diversity courses, and teaches International Human Rights Law in the Master’s Program. Fuentes’ research focuses on international human rights law, in particular on international and regional systems of human rights protection, cultural diversity and identity, groups, minority and Indigenous people rights, and human rights education. Fuentes also has extensive experience in developing and implementing international programs aimed to strengthen institutional capacities of judicial authorities and academic institutions in different regions in the world, especially in the field of human rights applied research and human rights education. Fuentes’ is also a peer-reviewer of international scientific journals, including the Journal on Minority and Groups Rights and the Nordic Journal of International law, Brill Nijhoff, Leiden/Bosto and participates in many research projects that focus on Indigenous People’s Rights, Land Ownership, Free Prior and Informed Consent, Cultural inclusion and Human Right Education

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