The State of Human Rights in Mexico: The Practitioner’s Perspective

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Location: Via Zoom

ND law alumni Dosia Calderón Maydon, Regina Castro Traulsen, Salvador Levya Morelos Zaragoa and Fabián Sánchez MatusND law alumni Dosia Calderón Maydon, Regina Castro Traulsen, Salvador Levya Morelos Zaragoa and Fabián Sánchez Matus

Join us for a conversation with four Notre Dame alumni who are currently working to improve human rights throughout Mexico. They’ll offer insight into the most pressing issues as well as the legal strategies they are using to promote human rights. Professor Paolo Carozza will moderate.

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Participants include:
Dosia Calderón Maydon

International consultant and professor, Francisco Suárez, S.J Center for Human Rights for Dignity and Justice at the Technological Institute of Higher Studies of the West (ITESO)

Regina Castro Traulsen
Director General for Human Rights, 
Supreme Court of Mexico

Salvador Leyva Morelos Zaragoza
Technical Secretary for Combating Torture, Cruel and Inhumane Treatment, Federal Institute of the Public Defender

Fabián Sánchez Matus
Executive Director, Laboratory for Structural Litigation