Constitutions, economic alternatives, and Human Rights: Towards more equal covenants

We'll address some of the economic alternatives that Constitutions of the region have included, and their relevance for the human rights agendas. Particularly, we'll discuss the Principles' potential to inform constitutional reforms, such as the current Chilean constitutional process.  

Olivia Minatta (Fiscal justice in Latin America project - CESR)
Magdalena Sepúlveda Carmona (Executive Director at GI-ESCR and Member of the Committee of Experts)
Manuel J. Cepeda (Former Magistrate of the Constitutional Court of Colombia)
Javier Couso (Professor and researcher on Constitutional Law at Universidad Diego Portales de Chile)

Nelson Camilo Sánchez (Director at Center for International and Comparative Law UV) 

Time: 4PM Bogotá- Lima-CDMX/ 5PM NY- Santiago/ 6PM Sao Paulo- Buenos Aires/ 11PM Madrid 

Organizers: Center for Economic and Social Rights (CESR)
The Global Initiative for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (GI-ESCR)
Center for International and Comparative Law (UV)
Ciudadanía Inteligente 

Organizations that are members of the Initiative

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