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Harvey Mpoto Bombaka

PhD in Law from, University of Brasilia and University of Aix Marseille (2022)

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Fernando López Rangel

Master degree in International Law, University of the State of Rio de Janeiro (2023-)

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Luana Adriano Araujo

PhD in Law, Rio de Janeiro Federal University (2023)

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Krista Calleja

Master degree in Energy and Environmental Law, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (2012)

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Giulia Tavares Romay

Master degree in Private International Law, University of Buenos Aires (2021-)

Paula Wojcikiewicz Almeida

FGV Direito Rio

March, 03

Course Presentation
Olivier Costa

College of Europe

March, 08

How the EU really works?
Serena Forlati

University of Ferrara

March, 15

Opening Lecture: International cooperation in the fight against transnational organized crime and international human rights law: an European perspective
Frank Hoffmeister

Brussels School of Governance | European External Action Service

March, 22

The European Union’s contribution to the upholding and development of international law
Kai Enno Lehmann

University of São Paulo

March, 29

Challenges and Opportunities for Multilateralism: The consequences of the war in Ukraine
Marco Longobardo

University of Westminster

April, 05

Litigation of Community Interest before the ICJ: Recent challenges in light of the Gambia v. Myanmar case
Monique Sochaczewski Goldfeld

Brazilian Institute of Teaching, Development, and Research

April, 19

European Union relations with the Middle East: various possible definitions of the Middle East
Salvador Herencia Carrasco

University of Ottawa

April, 06

Business and Human Rights: Indigenous Peoples and the Inter-American Human Rights Courts
Monica Feria-Tinta

Twenty Essex

May, 03

Climate Change Litigation
Paulina Astroza

Universidad de Concepción

May, 10

Populism in Europe and Latin America
Conor Foley

Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro

May, 17

Conflicting obligations? The participation of EU member states in UN peacekeeping operations under international law
Daniel Damásio Borges

Universidade Estadual Paulista, UNESP

May, 24

The clauses for the protection of labor rights and the environment in the European Union's Preferential Trade Agreements : A critical analysis
Carolina Boniatti Pavese

São Paulo School of Advertising and Marketing

May, 31

EU Green: Pathways on climate governance and green growth
Jean-Louis de Brouwer

Egmont - The Royal Institute for International Relations

June, 7

Migration and Humanitarianism
Andrea Ribeiro Hoffmann

Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro

June, 14

EU decision-making, legitimacy and democratic déficit
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Faculty of Law, University of Oslo

Andreas Follesdal


Professor Andreas Follesdal is a renowned scholar specializing in political philosophy and international legal theory. With a focus on the changing role and authority of the state, he has conducted extensive research on topics such as state sovereignty, global distributive justice, human rights, regional human rights courts, regional unions like the European Union, federalism, and the evolving roles of citizens and non-state actors. Currently a Professor of Political Philosophy at the Faculty of Law, University of Oslo, Professor Follesdal has made significant contributions to the field. He served as Co-Director of PluriCourts, a Center of Excellence for the Study of the Legitimate Roles of the Judiciary in the Global Order, from 2013 to 2024. He was also the Principal Investigator of the European Research Council Advanced Grant MultiRights, focusing on the legitimacy of multi-level human rights judiciary from 2011 to 2016. Previously, he held positions such as Director of Research at the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights and Academic Director of the Nordic Research School in Human Rights. Through his extensive academic work, Professor Andreas Follesdal has deepened our understanding of the evolving dynamics of governance, state authority, and the complexities of political philosophy and international legal theory.

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University of Montreal

Miriam Cohen


Miriam Cohen is an Associate Professor at the University of Montreal's Faculty of Law, where she holds the Canada Research Chair on Human Rights and International Reparative Justice. Her research encompasses international, public, and human rights law, focusing on topics such as realizing reparative justice for international crimes. She has received prestigious awards and is a co-author of a widely used publication on international law. Professor Cohen leads a research program at the Faculty of Law, exploring international justice, reparation for human rights violations, and the intersection of human rights, technology, and individual empowerment. She is also the founder of the International Justice and Human Rights Laboratory, overseeing interdisciplinary research teams. Before her academic career, she gained valuable experience in international organizations and serves as a consultant and trainer in international law. Professor Cohen is multilingual, proficient in Portuguese, English, Spanish, and French.

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