María Carmelina Londoño

  • Professor of International Law, Universidad de La Sabana, Colombia

Biography

She has been appointed as an expert before the Inter-American Court of Human Rights and as a consultant for the Colombian State, as well as to international organizations. She has extensive experience in research in the field of International Human Rights Law and the Inter-American System. Author of numerous articles published in academic journals, collective works and research books; she has participated as a speaker and organizer in different national and international events in her areas of expertise. She is currently the Director of the Master’s in International Law and Co-Director of the Research Group on International Law and Human Rights. The International Law research group investigates current problems of international law from a humanist perspective that considers human dignity as the basis of all rights.

Academic biography

https://www.unisabana.edu.co/englishversion/research/experts-researchers/school…

Research topics

  1. (Shared) Responsibility in the field of business and human rights
     
  2. Comparative approaches (European and Latin-American) to global debates on business and human rights/ Responsible business conduct [corporate obligations towards human rights and reparations to victims]
     
  3. Biotechnology, morality clauses and human rights [together with Juan Fernando, my husband]