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Karla Victoria Gonzalez Briones

Current Professional Activity

  • Research Assistant at the Center for Civil and Political Rights Inter-American Academy of Human Rights.

Desarrollo 2020-2021

Academic training 

  • Teacher in the Master's program in Human Rights with International and Comparative Perspective of the Inter-American Academy of Human Rights

  • Specialist in Right to information, control and fight against corruption.

  • Law Degree from the Faculty of Jurisprudence of the Autonomous University of Coahuila

Actividad Profesional Previa

Main Publications  

newspaper columns  ​

  • González Briones, Karla Victoria (2020): “Elections and the right to health: ESCER versus civil and political rights”

  • González Briones, Karla Victoria (2020): “#Me Too, a symptom and not a disease”

  • González Briones, Karla Victoria (2020): “From individual thinking to the construction of a democracy”

Principales publicaciones


  • September-December 2019, Vizcaya de las Américas University, Saltillo (Mexico): taught the Alternative Means for Dispute Resolution class.

  • May-August 2019, Vizcaya University of the Americas, Saltillo (Mexico): taught the Human Rights class.

  • January-May 2019, Universidad Carolina, Saltillo (Mexico): Substitute for the Administrative Law class.

  • January-April 2019, Vizcaya de las Américas University, Saltillo (Mexico): taught the Administrative Law class.


Research Projects 

  • From September 2020 to September 2021: “Context analysis in the search for disappeared persons in the State of Coahuila”. Project presented for the Foncyt 2020-14 call.

  • From January 2020 to November 2020: “Observation of the electoral process. Parity and gender violence Coahuila 2020”. Project presented for the call "Conacyt-INMUJERES: Gender parity: evolution, achievements and challenges".

  • August 2020: “Seed project: Open Justice”. Project presented for the call "Seed Research Projects-UADEC 2020".

  • From September 2019 to December 2020: Online specialty “Political rights with an international and comparative perspective”.

  • May 2019: “Democratic Monitor” project.

  • May 2019: Book Edition Project.

Ponencias y comisiones

Congresses, Conferences and Seminars

  • Saltillo, Coahuila (Mexico), September 8 and 9, 2020, participates as a speaker in the "VIII Congress of the Network of Gender Studies of Northern Mexico. The north in perspective: gender, development, democracy and violence” with the paper entitled “Challenges of gender parity”

  • Saltillo, Coahuila (Mexico), July 8, 2020, participates in the INTRA forum, with the presentation entitled "Gender violence and mental health".

  • Saltillo, Coahuila (Mexico), June 26, 2020, participates in the Conversation Defend Venezuela, with the presentation entitled "Political Rights of Latin American women in the midst of COVID-19".

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