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CURRICULUM VITAE

Irene Spigno

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY

  • General Director of the Inter-American Academy of Human Rights of the Autonomous University of Coahuila. November 2019 – currently. Saltillo Coahuila; Mexico.

  • Honorary member of the State Citizen Council of the State Search Commission of the State of Coahuila de Zaragoza, appointed by the State Congress at the proposal of the relatives of disappeared persons. August 2019 – currently. Saltillo Coahuila; Mexico.

  • Full-time professor and researcher at the Autonomous University of Coahuila. October 2014 – currently. Saltillo Coahuila; Mexico.

  • Director of the Center for Comparative Constitutional Studies of the Inter-American Academy of Human Rights. January 2015 – currently. Saltillo Coahuila; Mexico.

  • Member of the Autonomous Work Group, for monitoring the dialogue between the Government and families of disappeared persons in Coahuila. April 2017 – April 2019. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico.

  • Academic Secretary of the Inter-American Academy of Human Rights. January 2015 – November 2019. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico.

  • In charge of the Office of the General Directorate of the IDH Academy. April 2017 – June 2017.

  • Counselor of the University Council of the Autonomous University of Coahuila. Academic year 2015–2016. Saltillo Coahuila; Mexico.

  • Counselor of the Board of Directors of the Faculty of Jurisprudence of the Autonomous University of Coahuila. Academic year 2015–2016. Saltillo Coahuila; Mexico.

  • Researcher in Public Law and Comparative Public Law at the University of Siena. June 2011– July 2014. Siena, Italy.

  • Public Law Assistant at the Faculty of Economics of the University of Siena. 2007 – August 2014. Siena, Italy.

 

ACADEMIC TRAINING

  • Research Doctor in Law and Economics, Comparative Public Law section, from the University of Siena, Italy. Get the title defending the thesis entitled: “Hate speeches between freedom of expression and the circulation of constitutional ideas. A comparative perspective”. September 2007 – November 2010. Special courses included:

  • VIII Course of Advanced Studies in Comparative Constitutional Law: “Multiculturalism and diritti: Accomodating Diversity”. September 8 to 12, 2008. Volterra, Italy.

  • XIX Course of Advanced Studies in Comparative Constitutional Law: “Oltre i Partiti politici: le nuove forme della rappresentanza politica”. September 13 to 17, 2010. Volterra, Italy.

  • European Master Degree (with scholarship), in History, politics and comparative law in Mediterranean countries from the University of Messina (Italy), the University of Milan (Italy) and the University of Córdoba (Spain). Get the title defending the thesis entitled: "Torture, punishment, degrading inhuman treatment: brief historical review and reflection between the international world and the Islamic State". December 2007. Special courses included:

  • The end of the cold war and the wild new world: conflicts, the search for peace and social regulation. July 16 to 20, 2007. University of Córdoba, Spain.

  • The Alliance of Civilizations: new proposals facing new realities. July 23 to 27, 2007. University of Córdoba, Spain.

  • Member of the Cagliari Bar Association with the highest grade in Criminal Law and receives the “Lawyer Pietro Riccio Foundry” award. November 2007.

  • Get the Postgraduate Diploma at the School of Specialization in Legal Professions of the University of Cagliari, Italy. July 2006.

  • Get the Higher Degree in Law, Magna cum Laude from the University of Cagliari, Italy. Defending the thesis in Constitutional Law entitled: “Interventi per la riqualificazione Urbana a community and internal living. The Italian and Spanish case”. July 2004.

  • Participates in the Socrates–Erasmus exchange program at the Faculty of Law of the University of Seville, Spain. 2002–2003.

  • Get the Bachelor's degree at Liceo A. Pacinotti, Italy. July 1999.

 

STAYS IN RESEARCH CENTERS ABROAD

  • July – August 2017. Department of Jurisprudence of the Cagliari University, Italy. Research on the topic: “Freedom of scientific research”.

  • March – May 2016. Department of Economic and Legal Studies of the University of Siena, Italy. Research on the topic: "The analysis of the interpretative clauses on the restrictions to human rights in the inter-American system: a comparative perspective".

  • November 1 to 30, 2015. University of Alicante, Spain. Postdoctoral research work and meetings for the planning and evaluation of doctoral programs carried out jointly between the University of Alicante and the Autonomous University of Coahuila.

  • June – July 2015. Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law. Heidelberg, Germany. Project: “Cultural Diversity vs. Social Integration in the XXI Century. The protection of migrants, linguistic rights”.

  • January 7 to 21, 2015. Department of Economic and Legal Studies of the University of Siena, Italy. Research on the subject: "The interpretive clauses of fundamental rights".

  • November 1 to 15, 2014. University of Siena, Italy. Research on the topic: “The new Constitution of Tunisia”.

  • February 2013. Max Planck Institute for Comparative Law and International Law. Heidelberg, Germany. Project: “The Circulation of Constitutional Ideas in the Globalization Era”.

  • July 2012. Autonomous University of Coahuila, Mexico. Project: “Negative campaigns in comparative perspective”.

  • July – October 2011. Endeavor Research Award. Center of Comparative Constitutional Studies, The University of Melbourne, Melbourne Law School. Melbourne, Australia.

  • May 2011. Legal Research Institute of the National Autonomous University of Mexico. Mexico City.

  • February 2011. Faculty of Law University of New Brunswick. Fredericton, New Brunswick; Canada.

  • July – August 2010. Scholar by the Government of Canada with the Doctoral Student Research Award 2009–2010. Center for Constitutional Studies at the University of Alberta Law School. Edmonton, Alberta; Canada.

  • March 14 to 21, 2010. Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law. Heidelberg, Germany

  • July 1-16, 2009. University of Namibia – Supreme Court of Namibia. Windhoek, Namibia.

  • June 15-30, 2009. North–West University. Potchefstroom, South Africa. Research on the topic: “Hate speech in the Constitutional Court”.

  • May 25 to June 7, 2009. University of Seville, Spain.

  • November 7 to 15, 2008. Institute of Advanced Legal Studies. London, United Kingdom.

 

SPECIAL COURSES

  • October 16 to 17, 2012. Professor in the special course on: "Freedom of expression: Cases of denigration and slander in electoral campaigns" within the framework of the International Seminar Federal Electoral Process 2012.

 

MAIN PUBLICATIONS  

BOOKS OF OWN AUTHORSHIP

  1. Spigno, Irene and Rolla, Giancarlo (2021): Elements of Comparative Constitutional Law for Latin America, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico. ISBN: 978–84–1313–717–9. (In press)

  2. Spigno, Irene (2018): Discorsi d'odio. Modelli giurisprudenziali a confronto, Giuffré Editore, Milano. ISBN–10: 8814228329 and ISBN–13: 978–8814228322.

CO-AUTHORED BOOKS

2021

  1. Ríos Vega, Luis Efrén y Spigno, Irene (dirs.), Ruz Dueñas, Fernando Gustavo (coord.) (2021): Human rights in the times of the COVID-19 pandemic, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico. ISBN: 978-84-1397-578-8. (In press).

  2. Ríos Vega, Luis Efrén y Spigno, Irene (dirs.), Ruz Dueñas, Fernando Gustavo (coord.) (2021): Inter-American Leading Case Studies. Vol XX. The most relevant inter-American jurisprudence of 2018 under debate, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico. ISBN: 978-84-1378-3406.

  3. Ríos Vega, Luis Efrén y Spigno, Irene (dirs.), Esquivel Alonso, Yessica (coord.) (2021): European leading case studies. Vol XXII. Citizen death in America and Europe. A contemporary debate, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico. ISBN: 978-84-1378-759-6.

  4. Ríos Vega, Luis Efrén y Spigno, Irene (dirs.), Esquivel Alonso, Yessica (coord.) (2021): European leading case studies. Vol XXIV. Gender parity in Mexican electoral justice: the Coahuila model, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico. ISBN: 978-84-1378-470-0.

  5. Ríos Vega, Luis Efrén y Spigno, Irene (dirs.), Esquivel Alonso, Yessica (coord.) (2021): European leading case studies. Vol XXIII. Free elections in the Strasbourg doctrine, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico. ISBN: PENDING.

  6. Ríos Vega, Luis Efrén y Spigno, Irene (dirs.), Esquivel Alonso, Yessica (coord.) (2021): El transfuguismo. A political, constitutional and comparative debate, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico. ISBN: PENDING.

  7. Luis Efrén Ríos Vega, Irene Spigno (dirs.), Estrada Marún, José Antonio, Zamora Valadez, Carlos (coords.) (2021): Disappeared on the screens. The phenomenon of the forced disappearance of people from the cinema, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico. ISBN: 978-84-1397-178-0.

  8. Luis Efrén Ríos Vega, Irene Spigno (dirs.), Yessica Esquivel Alonso (coord.) (2021): Case studies of national and foreign leaders. Volume XVIII. Right to electoral information: origin and evolution, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico. ISBN: 978-84-1355-317-7.

  9. Luis Efrén Ríos Vega, Irene Spigno (dirs.), (2021): Case studies of national and foreign leaders. Vol.XVII. The jurisprudence of the Italian Constitutional Court on fundamental rights, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico. ISBN: 978-84-1355-482-2.

  10. Luis Efrén Ríos Vega, Irene Spigno (dirs.), Víctor J. Vázquez Alonso (coord.) (2021): Studies of leading European and national cases. Vol XIV. Freedom of expression in the 21st century. Current and problematic issues, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico. ISBN: 978-84-1355-128-9.

  11. Luis Efrén Ríos Vega, Irene Spigno (dirs.), José Antonio Estrada Marún, Carlos Eulalio Zamora Valadez (coords.) (2021): The rights of disappeared persons and their families. An agenda for debate, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico. ISBN: 978-84-1378-140-2.

  12. Luis Efrén Ríos Vega, Irene Spigno (dirs.), Magda Yadira Robles Garza, Eduardo Román González (coords.) (2021): Inter-American Leader Case Studies. Vol XIII. Mexico before the Inter-American Court of Human Rights: 20 years after the acceptance of its contentious jurisdiction, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico. ISBN: 978–84–1336–424–7.

  13. Ríos Vega, Luis Efrén y Spigno, Irene (dirs.), Estrada Marún, José Antonio (coord.) (2021): Inter-American Leading Case Studies. Vol XXI. Ten years after the "Cotton Field" ruling: reflections on the development of inter-American jurisprudence on gender-based violence, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico. ISBN: 978–84–1378–338–3.

  14. Eleonora Ceccherini, Luis Efrén Ríos Vega and Irene Spigno (dirs.) (2021): Il diritto alla consultazione popolare nel XXI secolo, Editoriale Scientifica, Naples. ISBN: 979-12-5976-047-0.

 

2020

  1. Luis Efrén Ríos Vega, Irene Spigno (dirs.), Yessica Esquivel Alonso (coord.) (2020): Case studies of national and foreign leaders. Vol XVI. E-lessons in times of social networks, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico. (In press). ISBN: 978–84–1336–999–0.

  2. Luis Efrén Ríos Vega, Irene Spigno (dirs.), Yessica Esquivel Alonso (coord.) (2020): Case studies of national and foreign leaders. Vol XV. Clean elections: control of electoral spending, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico. (In press). ISBN: 978–84–1336–997–6.

  3. Luis Efrén Ríos Vega, Irene Spigno (dirs.) (2020): Inter-American Leader Case Studies. Vol. X. The rights of victims of forced disappearance of persons in the inter-American system, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico. ISBN: 978–84–1336–139–0.

  4. Luis Efrén Ríos Vega, Irene Spigno (dirs.) (2020): Case studies of national leaders. Vol. IX. Current issues of government neutrality, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico. (In press). ISBN: 978–84–1313–715–5.

  5. Luis Efrén Ríos Vega, Irene Spigno (dirs.) (2020): Case studies of national leaders. Vol VIII. Current issues of electoral crimes, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico, 2020 (in press), ISBN: 978–84–1313–690–5.

  6. Luis Efrén Ríos Vega, Irene Spigno (dirs.) (2020): Case studies of national leaders. I returned. Current issues of freedom of expression in the Mexican electoral democracy, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico. ISBN: 978–84–1313–578–6.

  7. Luis Efrén Ríos Vega, Irene Spigno (dirs.) (2020): Inter-American Leader Case Studies. Vol VII. Freedom of expression in the inter-American human rights system, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico. (In press). ISBN: 978–84–1313–654–7.

  8. Luis Efrén Ríos Vega, Irene Spigno (dirs.) (2020): Case studies of national leaders. Vol. V. Human Rights in the jurisprudence of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation of Mexico, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico. ISBN: 978–84–1313–191–7.

  9. Luis Efrén Ríos Vega, Irene Spigno (dirs.) (2020): Inter-American and European Leading Case Studies. Vol IV. Rights of migrants / Right to form political parties / Reproductive rights / LGBTI+ rights, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico. (In press). ISBN: 978–84–1313–709–4.

  10. Luis Efrén Ríos Vega, Irene Spigno (dirs.) (2020): Inter-American and European Leading Case Studies. Vol III. Current problems of regional justice. A comparative vision between America and Europe, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico. ISBN: 978–84–1313–177–1.

  11. Luis Efrén Ríos Vega, Irene Spigno (dirs.) (2020): Open Government and Human Rights, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico. ISBN: 978–84–1313–485–7.

2019

  1. Irene Spigno (coord.) (2019): The debate on the suspension of amparo in the resolutions of the INAI and the local guarantor bodies, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico. ISBN: 978–84–1336–648–7.

  2. Luis Efrén Ríos Vega, Irene Spigno (dirs.) (2019): European Leading Case Studies. Vol XII. Current issues of the right to private life and the protection of personal data in the European Court of Human Rights, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico. (In press). ISBN: 978–84–1336–092–8.

  3. Luis Efrén Ríos Vega, Irene Spigno (dirs.) (2019): Justice and Culture. Theory and Practice Concerning the Use of Culture in the Courtrooms, Editoriale Scientifica, Naples. (In press). ISBN: 978–88–9391–

  4. Luis Efrén Ríos Vega, Irene Spigno (dirs.) (2019): La crisi dei diritti umani. La visione della giustizia regionale, Editoriale Scientifica, Naples. ISBN: 978–88–9391–607–3.

  5. Luis Efrén Ríos Vega, Irene Spigno (dirs.) (2019): Case studies of national leaders. Vol XI. Current issues of family and childhood rights in the jurisprudence of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico. ISBN: 978–84–1313–713–1.

  6. Luis Efrén Ríos Vega, Irene Spigno (dirs.), Magda Yadira Robles Garza (coord.) (2019): Inter-American Leader Case Studies. Vol II. The right to health / Cultural rights / The right to an adequate standard of living / The rights of the family and children / The right to human mobility / The rights to liberty and personal integrity, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico. ISBN: 978–84–9190–772–5.

  7. Luis Efrén Ríos Vega, Irene Spigno (dirs.), Magda Yadira Robles Garza, Óscar Flores Torres (coords.) (2019): Mexican social constitutionalism. A historical view, Tirant lo Blanch. ISBN: 978–84–1313–189–4.

  8. Luis Efrén Ríos Vega, Irene Spigno (dirs.) (2019): Legal Education and Human Rights. The teaching of law in the XXI century, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico. ISBN: 978–84–1313–576–2.

  9. Luis Efrén Ríos Vega, Irene Spigno (dirs.) (2019): The vote on the screens. Current perspectives of political rights from the cinema, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico. ISBN: 978–84–1313–574–8.

  10. Luis Efrén Ríos Vega, Irene Spigno (dirs.), Óscar Flores Torres (coord.) (2019): Madero: Founding Father of Democracy. A contemporary reading, Porrúa, Mexico. (In press). ISBN: 978–607–524–290–3.

  11. Luis Efrén Ríos Vega, Irene Spigno (dirs.), Sergio Díaz Rendón, Magda Yadira Robles Garza (coords.) (2019): Vademecum of Human Rights, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico. ISBN: 978–84–9169–718–3.

  1. Luis Efrén Ríos Vega, Irene Spigno (dirs.) (2018): The INAI. Relevant and controversial resolutions (12 leading cases), Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico. ISBN: 978–84–9190–944–6.

  2. Luis Efrén Ríos Vega, Irene Spigno, Reyes Rodríguez Mondragón (dirs.) (2018): Open Justice, Legal Education and Human Rights, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico. ISBN: 978–84–9169–532–5.

  1. Luis Efrén Ríos Vega, Irene Spigno (dirs.), Magda Yadira Robles Garza, Óscar Flores Torres (coords.) (2017): Mariano Otero: the diplomat. Two readings of the Right to consular assistance, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico. ISBN: 978–84–9169–518–9.

  1. Luis Efrén Ríos Vega, Irene Spigno (dirs.) (2016): Inter-American and European Leading Case Studies. Vol. I. Religious freedom/Freedom of expression/Economic, social and cultural rights/rights of disappeared persons, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico. ISBN: 978–84–9119–660–0.

  1. Irene Spigno and Tania Groppi (eds.) (2015): Tunisia. La Primavera della Costituzione, Carocci editore, Rome. ISBN: 978–88–430–7651–2.

 

ARTICLES IN MAGAZINES

  1. Spigno, Irene (2021): “The Difficult Inclusion of the Gender Perspective in the Protection of Migrant Women in Latin America”, in AG About Gender - Rivista internazionale di studi di genere, Vol. 10, no. 20. ISSN: 2279-5057. (In press)

  2. Spigno, Irene (2020): “Health emergency vs. Costituzional emergence in Latin America: a comparative prospective”, in DPCE Online, vol. 43, no. 2, 2217-2246. ISSN 2037-6677.

  3. Spigno, Irene (2019): “Gender violence against low-income women in Mexico. Analysis of the Inter–American doctrine”, in Rivista Diritti Comparati, Special Issue I, 167–193. ISSN: 2532–6619.

  4. Spigno, Irene (2018): “Accommodating diversity in Mauritius: a constitutional model to be exported?”, in Federalismi.it. Rivista di diritto pubblico Italian, comparative, European, Focus Africa, no. 3, 2–20. ISSN: 1826–3534.

  5. Spigno, Irene (2017): “Constitutional Judges and Secession. Lessons from Canada… twenty years later”, in Perspectives on Federalism, vol. 9, no. 3, 105–132. ISSN: 2036–5438.

  6. Spigno, Irene (2017): "Constitutional arguments against the juridification of historical research", in Constitutional Issues. Mexican Journal of Constitutional Law, no. 36, 167–198. ISSN: 1405–9193.

  7. Spigno, Irene, Dicosola, M., Fasone, C. (2015): “The Prospective Role of Constitutional Courts in the Advisory Opinion Mechanism Before the European Court of Human Rights. A First Comparative Assessment with the European Union and the Inter–American System” in The Preliminary Reference to the Court of Justice of The European Union by Constitutional Courts, Special Issue – German Law Journal, vol. 16, no. 6, 1387–1428, ISSN: 2071–8322.

  8. Spigno, Irene and Groppi, Tania (2014): “Constitutional Reasoning in the Italian Constitutional Court” in Rivista AIC, no. 4, 1–45. ISSN: 2039–8298.

  9. Spigno, Irene (2013): “Argomentazioni costituzionali contro la giuridificazione della ricerca storica”, in Ianus, no. 9, 11–44. ISSN: 1974–9805.

  10. Spigno, Irene (2012): “Le tendenze regolatorie dell'hate propaganda in Canada tra attivism of the Supreme Court, protection of multiculturalism and dialogue giurisprudenziale”, in, Rassegna di diritto pubblico Europeo, D. Bifulco (ed.), no. 2, 77–113. ISSN: 1722–7119.

  11. Spigno, Irene (2012): "The pronunciation of the Conseil constitutionnel, tra lois memorielles e normative antinegazionismo", in Diritto Pubblico Comparato ed Europeo, no. 3, 1420–1424. ISSN: 1720–4313.

  12. Spigno, Irene (2012): “A Comparative Perspective on Hate Speech Regulation: The Emergence of the Canadian Model”, in Interpreting Canada: New Perspectives from Europe, L. Bruti Liberati (ed.), Canadian Studies in Europe, vol. 10, 169–183. ISSN: 1214–0562.

  13. Spigno, Irene (2011): “Tecniche di interpretazione costituzionale nel riconoscimento dei diritti delle coppie omosessuali in Colombia”, in Ianus, no. 4, 235–263. ISSN: 1974–9805.

  14. Spigno, Irene and Groppi, Tania (2011): “The representation of gender in Italy”, trans. Gender representation in Italy, in Electoral Justice, no. 8.1, 149–184. ISSN:0188–7998.

  15. Spigno, Irene (2011): “Il caso namibiano, tra rispetto delle tradizioni culturali e lotta alla segregazione razziale: profili di storia costituzionale”, in Federalismi – Rivista di diritto pubblico italiano, comunitario e comparato, no. 18, 1–24. ISSN: 1826–3534.

  16. Spigno, Irene (2011): “Modelli di circolazione giurisprudenziale: la libertà di expressione e l'hate speech nella giurisprudenza della Namibia”, in General Review of Comparative Public Law, no. 9, 1–13. ISSN: 1988–5091.

  17. Spigno, Irene (2011): "Brief considerations on the report of the internal law and the European Convention for the safeguarding of the law of the user and of the fundamental freedom, Note to the judgment of the Appellate Court of Cagliari of June 12, 2009" , in Rivista Giuridica Sarda, no. 1, 17–31. ISSN: 0394–0942.

  18. Spigno, Irene (2008): “La Corte Costituzionale e la vexata questio del rinvio pregiudiziale alla Corte di Giustizia”, in Osservatorio sulle fonti, no. 2, 1–7. ISSN: 2038–5633.

  19. Spigno, Irene (2008): “Un dibattito ancora attuale: l'Olocausto e la sua negazione”, in Diritto pubblico comparato ed keyeuropean, no. 4, 1921–1931. ISSN: 1720–4313.

 

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

2021

  1. Spigno, Irene (2021): “Italian Democracy in Strasbourg and the Compliance with European Court' Judgments on Political Rights. A Light in a Dark Panorama”, in The Right to Political Participation. A Study of the Judgments of the European and Inter-American Courts of Human Rights, Citroni, Gabriella, Spigno, Irene, Tanzarella, Palmina (eds.), Routledge, United Kingdom. ISBN: 978-10-3213-444-4. (In press).

  2. Spigno, Irene and Ruz Dueñas, Fernando Gustavo (2021): “Evolution of Inter-American jurisprudence on sexual torture against women: López Soto and others vs. Venezuela [2018] and Women Victims of Sexual Torture in Atenco vs. México [2018]”, in Ríos Vega, Luis Efrén y Spigno, Irene (dirs.), Ruz Dueñas, Fernando Gustavo (coord.) (2021): Inter-American Leading Case Studies. Vol XX. The most relevant inter-American jurisprudence of 2018 under debate, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico. ISBN: 978-84-1378-3406.

  3. Spigno, Irene (2021): "The right to vote of inmates in Canada: between defense of democracy and institutional dialogue", in Ríos Vega, Luis Efrén y Spigno, Irene (dirs.), Esquivel Alonso, Yessica (coord. ) (2021): Leading European Case Studies. Vol XXII. Citizen death in America and Europe. A contemporary debate, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico. ISBN: 978-84-1378-759-6.

  4. Spigno, Irene and Vera García, Víctor M. (2021): “The forced disappearance of people during the Chilean dictatorship: analysis based on the film Colonia [2015]”, in Luis Efrén Ríos Vega, Irene Spigno (dirs.), José Antonio Estrada Marún- Carlos Zamora Valadez (coords.) (2021): Disappeared on the screens. The phenomenon of the forced disappearance of people from the cinema, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico. ISBN: 978-84-1397-178-0.

  5. Spigno, Irene (2021): “Hate speeches, between freedom of expression and criminal law”, in Piovesan, Flavia (dir.) (In press).

  6. Spigno, Irene (2021): “Presidential messages on a national network. The Calderón case [2010]”, in Case studies of national and foreign leaders. Volume XVIII. Right to electoral information: origin and evolution, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico, 299-321. ISBN: 978-84-1355-317-7.

  7. Spigno, Irene and Valdés Rivera, José Luis (2021): “Freedom of expression and criminal law: the case of hate speech”, in Toolbox and rights for human rights defenders, journalists and justice operators”. (In press).

  8. Spigno, Irene (2021): "Ten years after the sentence González et al. ("Cotton Field") vs. Mexico”, in Vol. XXI. Ten years after the “Cotton Field” ruling: reflections on the development of inter-American jurisprudence on gender-based violence, Tirant lo Blanch, México, 3-21. ISBN: 978–84–1378–338–3.

  9. Ruz Dueñas, Fernando Gustavo and Spigno, Irene (2021): "The guarantees of non-repetition and their impact on the protection of the rights of victims of forced disappearance in Mexico", in The rights of victims in the Inter-American Protection System of Human Rights. On comprehensive damage repair, de Paz, Isaac, Martínez, Fabiola (coords.), Autonomous University of Baja California, Mexico. (In press)

  10. Spigno, Irene and González Briones, Karla Victoria (2021): “The principle of gender parity as a minimum floor”, in Dialogues on substantive equality and political violence against women based on gender and its impact on democracy , National Electoral Institute. (In press).

  11. Spigno, Irene (2021): “The transformative vocation of repairing damage with a gender perspective. Brief reflections on inter-American jurisprudence in cases against Mexico”, in Protect and repair: contributions from the inter-American jurisdiction, Autonomous University of Baja California, Mexico, 71-92. ISBN: 978-607-607-680-4.

  12. Spigno, Irene (2021): “Circolazione diacronica e sincronica dei limiti al diritto alla libera manifestationazione del pensiero”, in The frontiers of illustration. Itineraries between history and law, Demarchi, Giacomo et al. (eds.), Carlos III University of Madrid, Spain. ISSN: 2255-5137.

  13. Spigno, Irene (2021): “González and others (“Cotton Field”) vs. United Mexican States [2009]. The obligation to guarantee, respect and repair rights and freedoms with a gender perspective and the (non) compliance of the Mexican State”, in Vol. XIII. Mexico before the Inter-American Court of Human Rights: 20 years after the acceptance of its contentious jurisdiction, Ríos Vega, Luis Efrén and Spigno, Irene (dirs.), Tirant lo Blanch, México, 143-165. ISBN: 978-84-1336-424-7.

2020

  1. Spigno, Irene and Zamora Valadez, Carlos (2020): “Evolution of the forced disappearance of people in Mexico. Analysis in light of the jurisprudence of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights”, in Forced Disappearance in the Inter-American Human Rights System. Balance, impact and challenges, Ibáñez Rivas, Juana María et al. (coords.), Institute of Constitutional Studies of the State of Querétaro, Mexico, 521-555.

  2. Spigno, Irene (2020): "Freedom of expression and democratic systems: their limits in electoral matters in Mexico", in National Leader Case Studies. I returned. Current issues of freedom of expression in the Mexican electoral democracy, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico, 33-50. ISBN: 978–84–1313–578–6.

  3. Spigno, Irene and Hinojosa, Myrna (2020): “Reparation with a gender perspective to women victims of forced disappearance of persons: González and others (“Cotton Field”) vs. México [2009]”, in Vol. X. The rights of the victims of forced disappearance of persons in the inter-American system, Ríos Vega, Luis Efrén and Spigno, Irene (eds.), Tirant lo Blanch, México, 111-136. ISBN: 978-84-1336-139-0.

  4. Spigno, Irene (2020): "Homophobic hate speech: a critique of the decision of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation in Direct Amparo in Review 2806/2012" in Studies of national leaders cases. Vol. V. Human Rights in the jurisprudence of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation of Mexico, Ríos Vega, Luis Efrén and Spigno, Irene (eds.), Tirant lo Blanch, México, 413–431. ISBN: 978–84–1313–191–7.

  5. Spigno, Irene (2020): “Texts and contexts of regional systems for the protection of human rights”, in Inter-American and European Leading Case Studies. Vol III. Current problems of regional justice. A comparative vision between America and Europe, Ríos Vega, Luis Efrén y Spigno, Irene (dirs.), Tirant lo Blanch, México, 63–81. ISBN: 978–84–1313–177–1.

  6. Spigno, Irene (2020): “The EDH Court and the protection of human rights in Europe: origin, evolution, challenges and challenges”, in Inter-American and European Leading Case Studies. Vol III. Current problems of regional justice. A comparative vision between America and Europe, Ríos Vega, Luis Efrén y Spigno, Irene (dirs.), Tirant lo Blanch, México, 133–165. ISBN: 978–84–1313–177–1.

2019

  1. Spigno, Irene and Zamora Valadez, Carlos (2019): "The origins of the phenomenon of genocide" in The evolution of the definition and application of the crime of Genocide. The Ibero-American Contribution and the Legacy of the Criminal Court for the former Yugoslavia, Olasolo, Héctor and De Prada, Pilar (coords.), Tirant lo Blanch, Valencia, 93-113. ISBN: 978-84-1336-540-4.

  2. Spigno, Irene and Ruz Dueñas, Fernando Gustavo (2019): "The problem of the automatic assignment of surnames: theoretical and comparative perspective in light of Amparo in Revision 208/2016", in Current issues of family rights and the childhood in the jurisprudence of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation of Mexico, Ríos Vega, Luis Efrén and Spigno, Irene (dirs.), Tirant lo Blanch, México, 129-157. ISBN: 978-84-1313-713-1.

  3. Spigno, Irene (2019): “The execution of the decisions of the European Court of Human Rights in Italy”, in Compliance and impact of the judgments of the Inter-American Court and the European Court of Human Rights. Transforming realities, Von Bogdandy, Armin et al. (coords), Institute of Constitutional Studies of the State of Querétaro, Querétaro, 265–316. ISBN: 978–607–7822–56–1.

  4. Spigno, Irene (2019): “Le leggi contro il negazionismo nell'esperienza comparata”, in L'Italia a 80 anni dalle leggi antiebraiche ea 70 dalla Costituzione, Perini, M. (ed.), Pacini Giuridica, 263–292. ISBN: 978–88–3379–078–7.

  5. Spigno, Irene (2019): “Giustizia costituzionale e difesa dell'ordine democratico: dialogue costituzionale tra Italia e Spagna nel XX secolo”, in Le arterie e il sangue della Democrazia. Teoria, pratica e linguaggio costituzionale tra Italia e Spagna (1931–1948–1978), Antonielli, L., Demarchi, G. (eds.), Alessandria, Edizioni dell'Orso, 59–88. ISBN: 978–88–6274–939–8.

  6. Spigno, Irene (2019): “Hate speech and liquidity in Internet times”, in The prevention and suppression of hate speech. Towards the multidisciplinary construction of tolerance”, B. Martín Ríos (coord.), Thomson Reuters Aranzadi, 189–210. ISBN: 978–84–1309–161–7.

  7. Spigno, Irene and Lugo, Paloma (2019): “My name is Harvey Milk [2008] and the right to political participation of the LGBTIQ+ community”, in El sufragio en las sonido. Current perspectives of political rights from the cinema, Ríos Vega, Luis Efrén, Spigno, Irene (dirs.), Tirant lo Blanch, México, 231–264. ISBN: 978–84–1313–574–8.

  8. Spigno, Irene (2019): “The right to consultation of indigenous peoples in the Kichwa cases of Sarayaku vs. Ecuador [2012] and the Kaliña and Lokono Peoples vs. Suriname [2015]”, in Inter-American Leading Case Studies. Vol II. The right to health / Cultural rights / The right to an adequate standard of living / The rights of the family and children / The right to human mobility / The rights to liberty and personal integrity, Ríos Vega, Luis Efrén, Spigno, Irene (dirs.), Robles Garza, Magda Yadira (coord.), Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico, 179–209. ISBN: 978–84–9190–772–5.

2018

  1. Spigno, Irene (2018): “The right of consultation of indigenous peoples vs. The right of access to public information: the case of the Las Cruces hydroelectric plant”, in El INAI. Relevant and controversial resolutions (12 leading cases), Ríos Vega, Luis Efrén, Spigno, Irene (eds.), Tirant lo Blanch, México, 207–226. ISBN: 978–84–9190–944–6.

  2. Spigno, Irene (2018): “La difesa della “polis” Europea: i discorsi d'odio”, in I diritti al tempo delle crisi. Nuove esigenze di ponderazione, Ceccherini, E. (ed.), Editoriale Scientifica Naples, 249–271. ISBN: 978–88–9391–277–8.

  3. Spigno, Irene (2018): “University, society and human rights. Origin, evolution and future of the IDH Academy”, in Human Rights in Coahuila. A new State policy (2011–2017), Moreira Valdés, Rubén Humberto (coord.), MAPorrúa, México, pp. 35–48. ISBN: 978–607–524–185–2.

  4. Spigno, Irene (2018): "The right to choose the order of surnames", in Human Rights in Coahuila. A new State policy (2011–2017), Moreira Valdés, Rubén Humberto (coord.), MAPorrúa, México, 57–64 ISBN: 978–607–524–185–2.

  5. Spigno, Irene, Gálvez Biesca, Sergio and Rodríguez Rodríguez, Jorge (2018): "Historical development of the judicial and arbitral structure of International Justice" in Scope and Limitations of International Justice, Olasolo, Héctor et al. (coords.), Volume 4, Tirant lo Blanch, Valencia, 55–86. ISBN: 978–84–9190–784–8.

  6. Spigno, Irene (2018): “Additive judgments”: a way to make visible the invisible content of the Italian Constitution” in The Invisible Constitution in Comparative Perspective, Dixon, R. and Stone, A. (eds.), Cambridge University Press , 457–481. ISBN 978-1-108-41757-0.

  7. Spigno, Irene (2018): “University, open justice and human rights. Towards a new legal education for judges” in Open Justice, Legal Education and Human Rights, Ríos Vega, Luis Efrén, Spigno, Irene and Rodrigo Mondragón, Reyes, Tirant lo Blanch, México, 39–57, ISBN: 978–84– 9169–532–5.

2017

  1. Spigno, Irene (2017): “The right to consular assistance in the European Union. A sui generis experience”, in Mariano Otero: the diplomat. Two readings of the Right to consular assistance, Ríos Vega, Luis Efrén, Spigno, Irene (dirs.), Robles Garza, Magda Yadira, Flores Torres, Óscar (coords.), Tirant lo Blanch, México, 111–129. ISBN: 978–84–9169–518–9.

  2. Spigno, Irene (2017): “Homophobia and transphobia. Hate speeches against “sexual minorities” in the European agora”, in On freedom of expression and hate speech, Alonso, Lucía and Vázquez, Víctor J. (dirs.), ATHENAICA, Sevilla, 177–201. ISBN: 978–84–16770–87–8.

  3. Spigno, Irene, and Groppi, Tania (2017): “The Constitutional Court of Italy” in Comparative Constitutional Reasoning, Jakab, A., Dyevre, A., and Itzcovich, G., Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 516–559. ISBN 978-1-107-08558-9.

  4. Spigno, Irene (2017): “The restrictive test of political propaganda (governmental and slanderous). A critical reading”, in The constitutional justice of Political rights. A contemporary agenda, Ríos Vega, Luis Efrén (coord.), Tirant lo Blanch, México, 237–264. ISBN: 978–84–9143–993–6.

  5. Spigno, Irene and Lecis Cocco–Ortu, Anna Maria (2017): “Articolo 11. Protezione dell'onore e della dignità” in Commentario alla prima parte della Convenzione americana dei diritti umani, Editoriale Scientifica, Cappuccio, L. and Tanzarella, P (eds.), Naples, 344–366. ISBN: 978–88–9391–025–5.

  6. Spigno, Irene and Ríos Vega, Luis Efrén (2017): “Articolo 30. Scopo delle limitazioni” in Commentario alla prima parte della Convenzione americana dei diritti umani, Editoriale Scientifica, Cappuccio, L. and Tanzarella, P. (eds.), Naples, 344–366. ISBN: 978–88–9391–025–5.

2016

  1. Spigno, Irene (2016): “The dialogue between Europe and America. The comparative study of the leading cases of the Inter-American and European Court, in LE Ríos Vega, I. Spigno (dirs.), Studies of leading inter-American and European cases. Vol. I. Religious Freedom/Freedom of Expression/Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights/Rights of Disappeared Persons, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico, 3–10. ISBN: 978–84–9119–660–0.

  2. Spigno, Irene (2016): “Freedom of expression in the Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights”, in LE Ríos Vega, I. Spigno (dirs.), Studies of leading inter-American and European cases. Vol. I. Religious Freedom/Freedom of Expression/Economic, Social and Cultural Rights/Rights of Disappeared Persons, Tirant lo Blanch, Mexico, 109–123. ISBN: 978–84–9119–660–0.

  3. Spigno, Irene (2016): "The negative propaganda: a comparative vision between Mexico and Italy", in The Electoral Process (2012). The judicial controversies, Ríos Vega, Luis Efrén, Báez Silva, Carlos (eds.), Tirant lo Blanch, México, 485–509. ISBN: 978–84–9086–538–5.

2015

  1. Spigno, Irene (2015): “Modelli di circolazione giurisprudenziale: la libertà di expressione e l'hate speech nella giurisprudenza della Namibia” in Vie di comunicazione del costituzionalismo contemporaneo, Torre, A. (ed.), Giappichelli Editore, Turin, 433 –442. ISBN: 978–88–3480–904–4.

  2. Spigno, Irene (2015): “The giudiziale determination of the correct historical method”, in Il passato, il presente, il futuro. Rileggendo il positive diritto con metodo storico, D'Auria, M., Gimigliano, G., Vizioli, N. (eds.), Pacini Giuridica, Pisa, 189–201. ISBN: 978–88–6315–940–0.

  3. Spigno, Irene (2015): “Diritti e doveri, tra universalismo e partisanismo” in Tunisia. La Primavera della Costituzione, Groppi, T., Spigno, I. (eds.), Carocci editoriale, Rome, 91–101. ISBN: 978–88–430–7651–2.

2014

  1. Spigno, Irene (2014): “On the limits of freedom of information: access to electoral ballots. A comparison between Mexico and Italy” in Current Issues of Electoral Democracy. Memory of the VI International Seminar of the Electoral Judicial Observatory of the TEPJF, Báez Silva, C., Ríos Vega, Luis Efrén (eds.), Tirant lo Blanch, México, 117–132. ISBN: 978–84–9053–994–1.

  2. Spigno, Irene and Rautenbach, Christa (2014): “Foreign Influences on the Legislative Process in Namibia” in Comparative Law in Legislative Drafting. The Increasing Importance of Dialogue amongst Parliaments, Lupo, N., Scafardi, L. (eds.), Eleven, 265–284. ISBN: 978–94–6236–118–8.

  3. Spigno, Irene and Milani, G. (2014): “Reflections on the declaration of unconstitutionality of the Electoral Law: What consequences does it have for the Italian democratic system?” in Legal security in the democratic system, Penagos López, PE (ed.), Tirant lo Blanch, México, 209–245. ISBN: 978–84–9053–913–2.

2013

  1. Spigno, Irene (2013): “La collaborazione in Conferenza Stato–Regioni sugli atti non normativi del Governo”, in Collaborare per l'ambiente. Sistema delle Conferenze e Consigli delle Autonomie locali: casi di study e problematiche questioni della cooperazione intergovernativa dopo la Reforma del Titolo V, G. Carpani, A. Siniscalchi (eds.), Gangemi, 321–333. ISBN: 978–88–4922–688–1.

  2. Spigno, Irene (2013): “The effectiveness of the collaboration in matters of the environment through Stato ed enti locali: l'experienza dei Consigli delle autonomie locali in Sardegna ed Umbria”, in Collaborare per l'ambiente. Sistema delle Conferenze e Consigli delle Autonomie locali: casi di study e problematiche questioni della cooperazione intergovernativa dopo la Riforma del Titolo V, G. Carpani, A. Siniscalchi (eds.), Gangemi, 407–469. ISBN: 978–88–4922–688–1.

  3. Spigno, Irene (2013): “Liberty of expression and hate propaganda: verso un «modello canadese»?” in A trent'anni dalla Patriation canadese. Riflessioni della dottrina italiano, Ceccherini, E. (ed.), Genova University Press, Genova, 283–295. ISBN: 978–88–97752–33–2.

  4. Spigno, Irene, Groppi, Tania and Vizioli, Nicola (2013): “The Constitutional Consequences of the Financial Crisis in Italy” Constitutions in the Global Financial Crisis. A Comparative Analysis, Contiades, X. (ed.), ASHGATE, 89–113. ISBN: 978–14–0946–631–4.

  5. Spigno, Irene (2013): “Namibia: The Supreme Court as a Foreign Law Importer”, in The Use of Foreign Precedents by Constitutional Judges, Groppi, T., Ponthoreau, MC (eds.), Hart Publishing, 155–183. ISBN: 978–1–84946–271–6.

2012

  1. Spigno, Irene (2012): “Le decisioni di fine vita tra dignità umana e tutela delle diversità: the Advance Directive Law of the Federal District (Città del Messico)”, in Il diritto alla fine della vita. Principi, decisioni, casi, D'Aloia, A. (ed.), Edizioni Scientifiche Italiane, 705–718. ISBN: 978–88–4952–379–9.

  2. Spigno, Irene (2012): “Sulla tutela delle minoranze linguistiche”, in Giudice amministrativo e diritti costituzionali, Bonetti, P., Cassatella, A., Cortese, F., Deffenu, A., Guazzarotti, A., (eds. ), G. Giappichelli Editore, Torino, 397–409. ISBN: 978–88–348–3588–3.

  3. Spigno, Irene (2012): "Sovereignty in transition: the self-representation of regional collectivities between "Culture" and "Law" in Spanish and Italian constitutional jurisprudence", in Autonomies and unity of the legal system: The quadrature of the circle , González Hernández, E. (dir.), Rodríguez Rubio, María del Carmen, Ropero Carrasco, J. (coords.), Editorial Dykinson, Madrid, 69–100. ISBN: 978–84–15455–41–7.

Actividad Profesional
Formación Académica
Estancias en centros de investigación al extranjero
Cursos especiales
Libros de autoría propia
Libros en coautoría
Artículos en revistas
Capítulos en libros

INDIVIDUALIZED ADDRESS

  1. "The Criminal Law of the enemy in Mexican legislation. Are the restrictions on the rights of those accused of organized crime proportional?" Master's degree in Law with emphasis on Criminal Accusatory System from the Faculty of Jurisprudence of the Autonomous University of Coahuila, Carlos Eulalio Zamora Valadez. Dissertation date: February 2017.

  2. “The importance and need to have international treaties that protect the human rights of LGBTTTIQ+ people”. Specialty in Gender and Human Rights of the Inter-American Academy of Human Rights of the Autonomous University of Coahuila, Víctor Vera García. Dissertation date: October 10, 2019. 

  3. "Analysis of the causes of the criminal type of femicide of the Federal Penal Code of Mexico". Specialty in Gender and Human Rights of the Inter-American Academy of Human Rights of the Autonomous University of Coahuila, Wendy Mata Quintero. Dissertation date: October 16, 2019. 

  4. “Proposal: «Me too» as a tool for the eradication of harassment and sexual harassment in Mexico”. Specialty in Gender and Human Rights of the Inter-American Academy of Human Rights of the Autonomous University of Coahuila, Adriana Beatriz Salinas Cerrillo. Dissertation date: June 5, 2020.

  5. “The symbolic reparation measures ordered by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights in matters of Forced Disappearance”. Specialty in Rights and Guarantees of the Victims of Disappearance of the Inter-American Academy of Human Rights of the Autonomous University of Coahuila, Fernando Gustavo Ruz Dueñas. Dissertation date: June 3, 2020.

  6. "The feminization of professions at the Autonomous University of Coahuila". Specialty in gender and human rights of the Inter-American Academy of Human Rights of the Autonomous University of Coahuila, Jaqueline Alejandra Ruiz Reynosa. Dissertation date: June 17, 2020

  7. “School inclusion policies for trans girls, boys and adolescents”. Master's Degree in Human Rights with an International and Comparative Perspective from the Inter-American Academy of Human Rights of the Autonomous University of Coahuila, Víctor Manuel Vera García. In process 2021.

  8. “Hate crimes: the need to classify transfeminicide in Latin America”. Master's Degree in Human Rights with an International and Comparative Perspective from the Inter-American Academy of Human Rights of the Autonomous University of Coahuila, Wendy Yadira Mata Valdez. In process 2021.

  9. "Context analysis as a tool in the investigation of the crime of forced disappearance". Doctorate in Human Rights: evolution, guardianship and limits from the University of Palermo, Italy; Jose Luis Valdes Rivera. In process 2021.

  10. “Reparation to sexual intimacy violated by cyber gender violence”. Doctorate in Human Rights from the Tonalá University Center of the University of Guadalajara, Mexico; Manuela Narayani Rivera Teran. In process 2021.

 

ENCYCLOPEDIA ENTRIES

  1. Spigno, Irene (2018): “Methodologies of Comparative Constitutional Law: Contextual Approach”, in Max Planck Encyclopedia of Comparative Constitutional Law, Grote, R., Lachenmann, F. and Wolfrum, R. (eds.), Max Planck Foundation for International Peace and the Rule of Law, Oxford University Press.

  2. Spigno, Irene (2017): “Tolerance” in Max Planck Encyclopedia of Comparative Constitutional Law, Grote, R., Lachenmann, F. and Wolfrum, R. (eds.), Max Planck Foundation for International Peace and the Rule of Law, Oxford University Press.

  3. Spigno, Irene (2017): “Freedom of Scientific Research” in R. Grote, F. Lachenmann, R. Wolfrum (ed.), Max Planck Encyclopedia of Comparative Constitutional Law, Max Planck Encyclopedia of Comparative Constitutional Law, Grote, R. , Lachenmann, F. and Wolfrum, R. (eds.), Max Planck Foundation for International Peace and the Rule of Law, Oxford University Press.

 

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

  1. "Ignorance, the other pandemic of the 21st century" in Vanguardia. XXI Century Human Rights (February 21, 2021), available at: https://vanguardia.com.mx/articulo/ignorancia-la-otra-pandemia-del-s-xxi

  2. "A new era of human rights begins in Coahuila" in Vanguardia. XXI Century Human Rights (November 15, 2020), available at: https://vanguardia.com.mx/articulo/inicia-una-nueva-era-de-los-derechos-humanos-en-coahuila

  3. “Is it possible to ban private meetings due to the health emergency?” in Vanguard. XXI Century Human Rights (November 8, 2020), available at: https://vanguardia.com.mx/articulo/es-posible-prohibir-las-reuniones-privadas-por-la-emergencia-sanitaria

  4. "Ruth Bader Ginsburg: a life dedicated to equal justice for women" in Vanguardia. XXI Century Human Rights (September 20, 2020), available at: https://vanguardia.com.mx/articulo/ruth-bader-ginsburg-una-vida-dedicada-una-justicia-igualitaria-para-mujeres

  5. "The role of the Inter-American Academy of Human Rights in times of pandemic" in Vanguardia. XXI Century Human Rights (May 10, 2020), available at: https://vanguardia.com.mx/articulo/el-papel-de-la-academia-interamericana-de- Derechos-humanos-en-tiempos-de -pandemic

  6. "Long live we love each other" in Vanguardia. XXI Century Human Rights (March 8, 2020), available at: https://vanguardia.com.mx/articulo/vivas-nos-queremos-mujeres

  7. “The future of the AIDH” in Vanguardia. XXI Century Human Rights (February 9, 2020), available at: https://vanguardia.com.mx/articulo/el–futuro–de–la–aidh

  8. “#YoSoyAiDH” in Vanguardia. XXI Century Human Rights (November 10, 2019), available at: https://vanguardia.com.mx/articulo/yosoyaidh

  9. "A new rights agenda for Coahuila" in Vanguardia. XXI Century Human Rights (May 12, 2020), available at: https://vanguardia.com.mx/articulo/una–nueva–agenda–de–liberties–para–coahuila

  10. "With education with a gender perspective, yes you can!" in Vanguard. XXI Century Human Rights (March 16, 2019), available at: https://www . pressreader.com/mexico/vanguardia/20190317/282230897021191

  11. "Being human and the liquidity of hate" in Vanguardia. XXI Century Human Rights (October 21, 2018), available at: https://vanguardia.com.mx/articulo/ser–humano–y–la–liquidez–del–odio

  12. "Trump's Passion for Walls" in Vanguardia. XXI Century Human Rights (July 15, 2018), available at: https://vanguardia.com.mx/articulo/la–pasion–de–trump–para–los–muros

  13. "What's your name? Having your parents' surname is your right” in Vanguardia. XXI Century Human Rights (April 29, 2018), available at: https://vanguardia . com.mx/articulo/como–te–llamas–having–the–surname–of–your–parents–is–your–right

  14. "The house of human rights" in Vanguardia. XXI Century Human Rights (March 18, 2018), available at: https://vanguardia.com.mx/articulo/la–casa–de–los–liberties–humans

  15. “Praise of mediocrity in Vanguardia” in Vanguardia. XXI Century Human Rights (February 18, 2018), available at: https://vanguardia.com.mx/articulo/elogio–de–la–mediocrida

  16. "How do I call you? Deciding it is my right” in Vanguardia. XXI Century Human Rights (October 29, 2017), available at: https://vanguardia.com.mx/articulo/como–te–llamo–decidirlo–es–mi– Derecho

  17. "Understanding independence in S. 21" in Vanguardia. XXI Century Human Rights (October 21, 2017), available at: https://vanguardia.com.mx/articulo/entender–la–independencia–en–el–s–21

  18. “The paradox of (in)tolerance” in Vanguardia. XXI Century Human Rights (July 15, 2017), available at: https://vanguardia.com.mx/articulo/la–paradoja–de–la–intolerancia

  19. “Ancora sul negazionismo, ma of the Armenian genocide. Consideration at the margin of the judgment of the Grand Chamber in the case of Perinçek v. Svizzera (October 15, 2015)” at www.diriticomparati.com (December 21, 2015).

  20. “Messico: one Stato failito?” at www.diriticomparati.com (March 26, 2015).

  21. “La protezione dell'interesse superiore del minore migrante: la stella cometa della più recente giurisprudenza della Interamericana dei diritti dell'uomo” at www.diritticomparati.com (December 9, 2014).

  22. “La storia infinite e il reato di negazionism” at www.diriticomparati.it (January 2014).

  23. “Review of “Il giudice anthropologo” di Ilenia Ruggiu (FrancoAngeli, 2012)”, at www.diriticomparati.it (April 2013).

  24. “Il passato che non passa and il relativism culturale dei diritti fondamentali. Brief considerations on the margin of the sentence Peta Deutschland vs. Germany” at www.diriticomparati.it (January 10, 2013).

  25. Da Roper e Graham a Miller: il passo in avanti della supreme Court. How much manca alla quadratura del cerchio?” at www.diriticomparati.it (November 12, 2012).

  26. “Ancora sulle lois memorielles: la parola del Conseil constitutionnel sull'antinegazionismo” at www.diriticomparati.it (March 19, 2012).

  27. “Tra le tessere del mosaic culturale canadese non c'è la poligamia” at www.diriticomparati.it (January 26, 2012).

  28. “L'assolutismo del I Amendamento e lo spazio negato alla dignità umana” at www.diriticomparati.it (August 2011).

  29. “Speech is powerful. The Supreme Court of Statunitense and il I Emendamento” at www.diritticomparati.it (May 16, 2011).

  30. Spigno Irene (2010): “Spagna: Approvata la legge chelimita la giurisdizione universale (Chronicle)” in Diritto Pubblico comparato ed Europeo, n.1/2010, 1–3.

  31. Spigno Irene (2010): “The European Court of Justice decides on the preliminary ruling requested for first time by the Italian Constitutional Court” in PalomarItaly, no. 9.

  32. Spigno Irene (2010): “The Italian Court of Cassation establishes the duty for Italian judges to refer to the principles of the Charter of Nice even when deciding cases filed prior to Charter's entry into force (Court of Cassation decision no. 2352/2010) ”, in PalomarItaly, no. 10.

  33. Spigno, Irene (2009): “Andorra – Rafforzati i diritti delle coppie di fatto” (Palomar, first quarter 2009) in Ianus, n. 1/2009, 4.

  34. Spigno, Irene (2009): “Colombia – La Colombia approva due leggi di tutela dei diritti delle persone anziane e delle donne” (Palomar, first quarter 2009) in Ianus, n. 1/2009, 11–13.

  35. Spigno, Irene (2009): “Lettonia – La Corte Costituzionale lettone riconosce il diritto dei detenuti alle ferie retribuite” (Palomar, first quarter 2009) in Ianus, n.1/2009, 35–37.

  36. Spigno, Irene (2009): “Liberia – The Supreme Court annuls the suspension of the Senate president” (Palomar, first quarter 2009) in Ianus, n.1/2009, 37–38.

  37. Spigno, Irene (2009): “Portogallo – Il Parlament respinge la legalizzazione del same–sex marriage” (Palomar, first quarter 2009) in Ianus, n.1/2009, 43.

  38. Spigno, Irene (2009): “Portogallo – Approvato il nuovo Statuto delle Isole Azzorre” (Palomar, first quarter 2009) in Ianus, n.1/2009, 44.

  39. Spigno, Irene (2009): “Spagna – Dichiarata l'illegittimità della presenza del crocifisso in classroom” (Palomar, first quarter 2009) in Ianus, n.1/2009, 55–56.

  40. Spigno, Irene (2009): “According to the Italian Court of Cassation the mere qualification of a subject as unwelcome within the Schengen area cannot preclude issuance of an entry visa by the Italian Government unless proof of serious threat to the national community is given ( Court of Cassation, decision No. 27224/2008)” in PalomarItaly, no. 5.

  41. Spigno, Irene (2009): “The right to cultural and religious identity is addressed in significant decisions issued by Italian lowers courts of first instance (Tribunal of Cremona, decision issued on 19 February 2009; Tribunal of Vicenza, decision issued on January 28, 2009; GIP of the Tribunal in Milan, ordinance issued on February 26, 2009)” in PalomarItaly, no. 6.

  42. Spigno, Irene (2009): “The Italian Constitutional Court declares void the act promulgating the so–called Statute Law for the Sardinia Region (Constitutional Court Decision n. 149/2009)” in PalomarItaly, no.7.

  43. Spigno, Irene (2009): “Italian Law. No. 94/2009 adopts several different legal remedies to deal with social emergency issues, among which a modification to the Criminal Code making illegal immigration a crime” in PalomarItaly, no. 8.

  44. Spigno, Irene (2009): “Honduras: Colpo di stato e suspensione dei diritti costituzionali, (Honduras: coup d'état and the suspension of constitutional rights) (Chronicle)” in Diritto Pubblico comparato ed Europeo, n.4/2009, 1639–1640.

  45. Spigno, Irene (2008): “The use of the notion of Sovereignty in drafting a Regional Statute and its consistency with a Regional Form of Government (Constitutional Court Decision n. 365/2007)” in PalomarItaly, no.1.

  46. Spigno, Irene (2008): “Conflict of competence between State Powers: the Italian Constitutional Court defines the boundaries between the powers of the Judicial Authority and of the Parliamentary cooperation Investigating Committee in the framework of the principle of loyal (Constitutional Court decision n. 26/2008)” in PalomarItaly, no. two.

  47. Spigno, Irene (2008): “The Italian Constitutional Court for the first time applies to the ECJ asking for a preliminary ruling on the interpretation of Community law (Constitutional Court ordinance n. 103/2008)” in PalomarItaly, no. two.

  48. Spigno, Irene (2008): “The Italian Constitutional Court recognizes for the first time the right to monetary damages for unjust imprisonment to detainees not acquitted on the merits (Italian Constitutional Court, decision n. 219/2008)” in PalomarItaly, no. Four.

  49. Spigno, Irene (2008): “Lettonia: Fallisce il referendum per la modifies della Costituzione, (Chronicle)” in Diritto Pubblico comparato ed Europeo, n.4/2008.

  50. Spigno, Irene (2008): “Spagna: Incostituzionale la legge basca that provides for the convening of a popular consultation on the cessation of violence against ETA terrorism, (Chronicle)” in Diritto Pubblico Comparato ed Europeo, n.4/2008.

 

REVIEWS

  1. Martinico, Giuseppe, Il diritto costituzionale come speranza. Secession, democracy and populism alla luce della Reference Re Secession of Quebec, Turin, G. Giappichelli Editore, in Akademía International & Comparative Review of Human Rights, vol. 3, no. 2, 2020, 311-317.

  2. Vergottini, Giuseppe de, Diritto costituzionale, Milan, Wolters Kluwer– Cedam, 2017, pp. 958 in the Mexican Bulletin of Comparative Law, extraordinary number 2019, 475–479. ISSN: 2448–4873.

  3. The Canadian Doctrine in Topic of Diritti in the Biennium 2017–2018 in DPCE on line, 4/2018, 1285–1292. ISSN: 2037–6677.

  4. The Canadian doctrine in the theme of diritti 2016 in Diritto Pubblico comparato ed Europeo, n. 4, 2016, 327–343.

  5. The Canadian Doctrine in the theme of the Diritti 2014 in Diritto Pubblico Comparato ed Europeo, n. 4, 2014, 1523–1528.

  6. Arancha Moretón Toquero, The professional secret of journalists. From ethical duty to fundamental right. Madrid, Center for Political and Constitutional Studies, 2012, 433, in DPCE online, n. 1, 2013, 1–8.

  7. The Canadian Doctrine in Topic of Diritti 2011–2012 in Diritto Pubblico Comparato ed Europeo, n. 4, 2012, 1596–1602.

  8. The Canadian Doctrine in the topic of Diritti in Diritto Pubblico Comparato ed Europeo, n. 4, 2010, 1462–1467.

  9. Multiculturalismo e Diritti: Accomodating Diversity (Conference Resume) in Diritto Pubblico Comparato ed Europeo, n. 4, 2008, p. 1939–1945.

 

TRANSLATIONS

  • C. BARON, Bioetica e diritto negli Stati Uniti: una prospettiva giudiziaria (Bioethics and Law in the United States: a judicial perspective), in Bioetica e diritto (Bioethics and Law), Editoriale Scientifica, 2010, 45–74.

 

RECOGNITIONS AND AWARDS

  • Saltillo Coahuila; Mexico. March 2021. Recognition to the University Woman 2020 in the category of "Teaching and Research" granted by the Autonomous University of Coahuila.

  • Saltillo Coahuila; Mexico. November 2020. Recognition of the desirable profile for PRODEP full-time professors (for the period 2020-2023).

  • San Luis Potosi, Mexico. Gear Award for the Best Innovative Teaching Practice with the practice First Inter-American Debate Competition on Human Rights. March 2020.

  • Italy. September 2018. Abilitazione Scientifica Nazionale as professor of Second Fascia in the disciplinary area of Comparative Law.

  • Saltillo Coahuila; Mexico. May 2018. Recognition as Judge in the Fourth National Debate Competition on Human Rights.

  • Saltillo Coahuila; Mexico. May 2017. Recognition as Judge in the Third National Debate Competition on Human Rights.

  • Saltillo Coahuila; Mexico. July 2017. Recognition of the desirable profile for PRODEP full-time professors (for the period 2017-2020).

  • Member of the National System of Researchers, Level I since 2017.

  • 2015. Recognition for being creditor to the Program for Teacher Professional Development resource. 

  • 2015. Recognition for having collaborated with the Article "The integrity of the Public Administration in times of crisis: the Italian experience in the fight against corruption" with a value of 6 points in the field of Continuing Professional Education in the Superior Audit magazine of the State of Coahuila.

  • 2014. Recognition for having successfully completed the Immersion Program in the Educational Model of the Autonomous University of Coahuila.

  • 2011. Australian Government, Endeavor Awards (Endeavor Research Fellowship).

  • 2010. Government of Canada, Doctoral Student Research Award.

  • 2009. Tuscany Region, Mobility Award for doctoral courses at the University of Siena (towards South Africa).

  • 2009. Cagliari Bar Association, Award from the Pietro Riccio Lawyer Foundation, for achieving the highest score in the examination for admission to the Bar in criminal law.

  • 2007. University of Messina, European Master Degree Scholarship.

  • 2004. Magna cum Laudé, for having obtained a grade of 110/110 in his undergraduate degree.

  • 2002. European Union, Sócrates–Erasmus Scholarship, University Exchange Program (Spain).

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TEACHING

  • May 19, 2021. Participation as a teacher in the Diploma "Women on Screens" organized by the Inter-American Academy of Human Rights of the Autonomous University of Coahuila with a duration of 2 hours.

  • May 13, 2021. Mexico. He teaches the module “Vulnerable Groups. Rights of indigenous people” in the Master's Degree in Human Rights with an International and Comparative Perspective of the Inter-American Academy of Human Rights of the Autonomous University of Coahuila with a total duration of 3 hours.

  • November 23 to 27, 2020. Guatemala. He teaches the course: "The comparative method in constitutional law and in the constitutional magistracy", in the Doctorate program in International Constitutional Law of the San Carlos University of Guatemala.

  • June 5 and 6, 2020. Arteaga, Coahuila; Mexico. Imparet the subject "Study of Electoral Cases with Comparative Perspective" in the Master's Degree in Human Rights with International and Comparative Perspective of the Inter-American Academy of Human Rights of the Autonomous University of Coahuila.

  • May 14, 2020. Arteaga, Coahuila; Mexico. He teaches the "Workshop on Legal Comparison" in the Master's Degree in Human Rights with International and Comparative Perspective of the Inter-American Academy of Human Rights of the Autonomous University of Coahuila.

  • February 10 to 13, 2020. Arteaga, Coahuila; Mexico. He teaches the module "Theory of legal comparison of human rights" in the Master's Degree in Human Rights with International and Comparative Perspective of the Inter-American Academy of Human Rights of the Autonomous University of Coahuila with a total duration of 12 hours.

  • January – June 2020. He taught the subject entitled "Right to Information" in the "Business Administration" career at the Autonomous University of Coahuila.

  • August–December 2019. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. She teaches the subject: "Psychology and gender" in the Faculty of Psychology of the Autonomous University of Coahuila.

  • August–December 2018. Torreón, Coahuila; Mexico. He teaches the subject: "Common Law American Legal System" of the seventh semester of the Bachelor of Laws career of the Faculty of Law - Torreón Unit of the Autonomous University of Coahuila with a total of 64 hours of teaching distributed in 4 hours per week.

  • August–December 2018. Torreón, Coahuila: Mexico. He teaches the subject: "International Human Rights Law" of the seventh semester of the Bachelor of Laws career of the Faculty of Law - Torreón Unit, of the Autonomous University of Coahuila with a total of 64 hours of teaching distributed in 4 hours per week .

  • August–December 2018. Torreón, Coahuila; Mexico. He teaches the subject: "Theory of Constitutional Law" of the third semester of the Bachelor of Laws career of the Faculty of Law - Torreón Unit of the Autonomous University of Coahuila with a total of 64 hours of teaching distributed in 4 hours per week.

  • January–June 2018. Torreón, Coahuila; Mexico. He teaches the subject: "Theory of Constitutional Law" of the eighth semester of the Bachelor's degree in Constitutional Law at the Faculty of Law - Torreón Unit of the Autonomous University of Coahuila with 64 hours distributed in 4 hours per week.

  • January–June 2018. Torreón, Coahuila; Mexico. He teaches the subject: "Theory of Human Rights" of the fourth semester of the Bachelor of Constitutional Law degree" at the Faculty of Law - Torreón Unit of the Autonomous University of Coahuila with 64 hours distributed in 4 hours per week.

  • August–December 2017. Torreón, Coahuila; Mexico. He teaches the subject: "Theory of Constitutional Law" of the third semester of the Bachelor's degree in Constitutional Law" at the Faculty of Law - Torreón Unit of the Autonomous University of Coahuila with 64 hours distributed in 4 hours per week.

  • August–December 2017, Torreón, Coahuila, Mexico, teaches the subject: “International Human Rights Law” of the seventh semester of the Bachelor of Constitutional Law degree” at the Faculty of Law – Torreón Unit of the Autonomous University of Coahuila with 64 hours distributed in 4 hours per week.

  • August–December 2017. Torreón, Coahuila; Mexico. He teaches the subject: "Common Law American Legal System" of the seventh semester of the degree course in Constitutional Law" at the Faculty of Law - Torreón Unit of the Autonomous University of Coahuila with 64 hours distributed in 4 hours per week.

  • October 2017. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. He teaches module II: "International instruments for the protection of the rights of disappeared persons" in the Diploma in Rights of Disappeared Persons and their Families of the Inter-American Academy of Human Rights of the Autonomous University of Coahuila with a duration of 5 hours.

  • September 2017. Mexico City. Teacher in the Training Diploma in the Inter-American Human Rights System "Héctor Fix-Zamudio" from August 30 to September 13, 2017.

  • He teaches at the Training Diploma in the Inter-American Human Rights System "Héctor Fix Zamudio" from August 30 to September 13, 2017.

  • January 2017. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. He teaches tutorials in the Law Degree of the Faculty of Jurisprudence of the Autonomous University of Coahuila with a total of 16 students.

  • January–June 2016. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. He teaches the subject: "Individual Guarantees" in the Law Degree of the Faculty of Jurisprudence of the Autonomous University of Coahuila with a duration of 75 hours.

  • August–December 2016. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. He teaches the subject: "Theory of Human Rights" in the Law Degree of the Faculty of Jurisprudence of the Autonomous University of Coahuila with a duration of 50 hours.

  • January–June 2016. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. She teaches the Gender and Law Workshop at the Faculty of Jurisprudence of the Autonomous University of Coahuila with a duration of 20 hours.

  • August–December 2016. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. He teaches the subject: "Theory of Constitutional Law" in the Law Degree of the Faculty of Jurisprudence of the Autonomous University of Coahuila with a duration of 95 hours.

  • August–September 2016. He teaches at the Training Diploma in the Inter-American Human Rights System “Héctor Fix–Zamudio” from August 22 to September 2, 2016.

  • June 2016. Mexico City, Mexico. He teaches at the Electoral Court of the Judicial Power of the Federation, on the operation and sentences of the European Court of Human Rights.

  • January–June 2016. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. He teaches the subject: "Theory of Human Rights" in the Law Degree of the Faculty of Jurisprudence of the Autonomous University of Coahuila with a duration of 76 hours.

  • January–June 2016. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. She teaches the Gender and Law Workshop in the Law Degree of the Faculty of Jurisprudence of the Autonomous University of Coahuila with a duration of 20 hours.

  • January–June 2016. Siena, Italy. He teaches the course: "Comparative Law" at the Department of Economic and Legal Sciences of the University of Siena.

  • January–June 2015. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. He teaches the subject: "Individual Guarantees" in the Law Degree of the Faculty of Jurisprudence of the Autonomous University of Coahuila with a duration of 60 hours.

  • August 2015. Mexico City, Mexico. He teaches a chair entitled: "The European Court of Human Rights and experiences for the inter-American system" in the Training Diploma in the Inter-American Human Rights System "Héctor Fix-Zamudio".

  • August–December 2015. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. He teaches the subject: "Justice and Interpretation of Human Rights" in the Master of Laws with an emphasis on Human Rights of the Faculty of Jurisprudence of the Autonomous University of Coahuila with a duration of 48 hours.

  • August–December 2015. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. He teaches the subject: "Constitutional Law" in the Law Degree of the Faculty of Jurisprudence of the Autonomous University of Coahuila with a weekly frequency of 95 hours.

  • July 17, 2015. Siena, Italy. He presents a course on “Freedom of Expressao: a Comparison between the models of protection” at the I Summer School “Democracy and Development that took place from July 6 to 17 (60 hours) at the Giurisprudence department of the University of Siena, teaching 3 teaching hours.

  • January–June 2015. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. He teaches the subject: "Regional System of Protection and Human Rights" in the Master's Degree in Law with an emphasis on Human Rights of the Faculty of Jurisprudence of the Autonomous University of Coahuila with a duration of 24 hours.

  • January–June 2015. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. He teaches the subject: "Human Rights Protection System" in the Master's Degree in Law with an emphasis on Human Rights of the Faculty of Jurisprudence of the Autonomous University of Coahuila with a duration of 24 hours.

  • August–December 2015. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. He teaches the subject: "Individual Guarantees" in the Law Degree of the Faculty of Jurisprudence of the Autonomous University of Coahuila with a weekly frequency of 95 hours.

  • December 5 and 6, 2014. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. He teaches the chair: "European Constitutional Cases" in the Specialty in Constitutional Justice of the Faculty of Jurisprudence of the Autonomous University of Coahuila with a duration of 8 hours.

  • September 7 to October 30, 2014. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. He gives advice for the contest of the International Criminal Court in the Faculty of Jurisprudence of the Autonomous University of Coahuila with a duration of 24 hours.

  • August 01 and 02, 2014, Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. He teaches the chair: "Inter-American Constitutional Cases" in the Specialty in Constitutional Justice with the theme "Inter-American Doctrine on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights" with a duration of 8 hours.

  • August–December 2014. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. He teaches the subject: "Civil and Political Rights" in the Master of Laws with an emphasis on Human Rights in the Faculty of Jurisprudence of the Autonomous University of Coahuila with a duration of 24 hours.

  • August–December 2014. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. He teaches the subject: "Justice and Interpretation of Human Rights" in the Master of Laws with emphasis on Human Rights in the Faculty of Jurisprudence of the Autonomous University of Coahuila with a duration of 24 hours.

  • August–December 2014. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. He teaches the subject: "Theory of the Constitution" in the Master of Laws with an emphasis on Human Rights in the Faculty of Jurisprudence of the Autonomous University of Coahuila with a duration of 24 hours.

  • August–December 2014. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. He teaches the subject: "Constitutional Law" in the Law Degree of the Faculty of Jurisprudence of the Autonomous University of Coahuila with a weekly frequency of 5 hours.

  • June 27 and 28, 2014. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. He teaches the chair: "Current Problems of Unconstitutionality Actions" of the Specialty in Constitutional Justice in the Faculty of Jurisprudence of the Autonomous University of Coahuila with the theme "Inter-American Doctrine on Political Rights" with a duration of 8 hours.

  • June 6 and 7, 2014. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. He teaches the chair: "Current Problems of Unconstitutionality Actions" of the Specialty in Constitutional Justice in the Faculty of Jurisprudence of the Autonomous University of Coahuila with the theme "Relevant Jurisprudence" with a duration of 8 hours.

  • 2010 to 2013. Siena, Italy. He teaches “The international Protection of Human Rights” in the European Master in Human Rights and Genocide Studies (Module of 24 hours per year).

  • July 12, 2012. Professor in the course on: "Constitutional Interpretation" in the Court of the Judicial Power of the State of Coahuila.

  • Since 2010: Professor of “The international protection of human rights” in the Master of Arts in Human Rights and Genocide Studies at the Collegium Civitas Warsaw (Poland the Europa–Universität Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder, Germany), Kingston University London, (United Kingdom Kingdom) and the Università degli Studi di Siena (Italy).

 

RESEARCH PROJECTS

  • 2020 - 2021. Technical Manager of the Project called "Comprehensive Community Program with an Educational and Mental Health Approach for Children and Adolescents Relatives of Disappeared Persons" of the "2019 Call for the Preparation of Proposals for Development-oriented Research and Advocacy Projects of strategies to help confront, prevent and eradicate structural violence in Mexico” from FORDECYT – CONACYT.

  • July – August 2020. Researcher assigned in the distance modality, for the 2020 edition of the Scientific Research Summer Program, of the Mexican Academy of Sciences.

  • January 1, 2016 to December 31, 2018. Research project on: “Protection of minorities against hate speech. The multidisciplinary construction of tolerance from criminal law to public policies”.

  • October 2017. Milan, Italy. Responsible for the project: “The impact of the judgments of the European Court and the Inter-American Court of Human Rights”.

  • Project belonging to the New PTC Incorporation program: The analysis of the interpretative clauses on the restrictions to human rights in the Inter-American system: A comparative perspective.

  • January 2015–February 2017. Review and update of the syllabi of the subjects taught at the Faculty of Jurisprudence of the Autonomous University of Coahuila.

  • December 2014. Buenos Aires, Argentina. Research project: "Citizen Participation" at the Research Center of the Inter-American Human Rights System.

  • November 2014. Tepic, Nayarit; Mexico. Collaborates in the presentation and review of progress of the second stage of the research project entitled 100 years of the Political Constitution of the United Mexican States 1917-2017 in the Academic Law Unit of the Autonomous University of Nayarit.

  • Since February 2013. Collaborates in the CONREASON Project (Comparative Constitutional Reasoning), coordinated by Prof. Andras Jakab, Dr. Arthur Dyevre and Dr. Giulio Itzcovich (Max Planck Institute for International and Comparative Public Law, Heidelberg, Germania), working together with Professor Tania Groppi on “Constitutional Reasoning in Italy”.

  • Since November 2012. Tutor in the project coordinated by Professor Tania Groppi (University of Siena), on: “Activity to support the constituent process and decentralization in Tunisia”, financed by the Tuscany Region.

  • Since 2012. Collaborates in the research project on: “'Legal Transplants” and Parliament: a possible dialogue amongst legislators?” coordinated by Prof. Nicola Lupo (LUISS Rome, Italy) and Professor Lucia Scaffardi (University of Parma, Italy).

  • 2008–2012. Contributes to research on the Namibian Supreme Court at the Interest Group with a three-year (2007–2010) research project on: “The Use of Foreign Precedents by Constitutional Judges”, coordinated by Professors Tania Groppi (University of Siena, Italy) and Marie Claire Ponthoreau (University of Bordeaux, France).

  • 2007–2008. Participates in a research project on legal material and judicial decisions for the years 2008 and 2009 on: “Profili costituzionali del multiculturalismo e competenze locali. Ruolo delle Regioni e degli enti locali nella formazione di una cittadinanza multiculturale”, coordinated by Professor Giancarlo Rolla, University of Genoa, Italy.  

 

INVESTIGATION GROUPS

  • Member of the Scientific Committee of the collection “Library of Comparative Law of the South of the world” of Ediciones Olejnik. Department of Political and Social Sciences.

  • Member of the Association of Italian Researchers in Mexico 2020.

  • Member of the Editorial Board of the “Spanish Journal of Transparency”. ISSN 2444-2607.

  • Director of the magazine “Akademía. International and comparative review of human rights”.

  • Member of the International Law research group of the Ibero-American Perspectives on Justice Network.

  • Member of ICON–S Mexico Chapter.

  • From 2018 to date. Participates in the research project “CORE Constitutional Reasoning in Latin America” (Konrad Adenauer Foundation and Universidad San Francisco de Quito).

  • From 2018 to date. Member of the research group of the International Association of Constitutional Law on "Gender and Constitutions", coordinated by Valentina Rita Scotti and Janaína Penalva.

  • From 2010 to date. Member of the research group of the International Association of Constitutional Law on "Cross-Judicial Fertilization - the Use of Foreign precedents by Constitutional Judges", coordinated by Tania Groppi and Gianluca Gentili.

  • From 2018 to date. Member of the research group of the International Association of Constitutional Law on "Constitutional Interpretation", coordinated by Fruzsina Gárdos-Orosz and Zoltán Szente.

  • October 12, 2018. First European Discussion Group on Constitutionalism, at the University of Milan. The theme of this first discussion was: “Economic inequality as a global constitutional challenge”.

  • 2018. Joins the "Associazione Ricercatori Italiani in Messico" organized by the Italian Institute of Culture.

  • December 2017. Member of the National System of Researchers of the National System of Researchers of the National Council of Science and Technology.

  • 2017. Member of the Advisory Council of the Mexican Journal of Electoral Studies (RMEE). Evaluation of the article: "The substantiation and not only the resolution of the Special Sanctioning Procedure must be the responsibility of the Specialized Regional Chamber of the Electoral Court of the Judicial Power of the Federation to fully comply with the American Convention on Human Rights."

  • August 2016. As a member of the Advisory Council of the Mexican Magazine of Electoral Studies (RMEE), he evaluated the article: "Electoral propaganda and political communication: some cases of the Green Ecologist Party of Mexico resolved by the <Sala Regional Especializada en las 2015 federal elections.

  • Member of the Editorial Board of Ballot Magazine.

  • 2016. Member of the advisory council of the Spanish Journal of Transparency.

  • January–December 2015. Coordinator of the Academy of Constitutional Law for the creation of the new study plan of the Faculty of Jurisprudence of the Autonomous University of Coahuila.

  • Member of the Editorial Board of the Electoral Justice Magazine. Magazine of the Electoral Court of the Judicial Power of the Federation.

  • Coordinator of the Specialty in Rights of Disappeared Persons and their Families from January 2015 to date (February 29)

  • Since June 2013. Member of International Arbitrators and the Magazine of Electoral Justice, Magazine of the Electoral Tribunal of the Judicial Power of the Federation.

  • Since April 2012. Belongs to the Center for Studies and Research on Law and Economy Italy-Brazil.

  • 2010. Participates in a research group on "The judicial protection of biocultural diversity in the Mediterranean", coordinated by Professor Tommaso Edoardo Frosini and commissioned by the Italian Ministry of the Environment.

  • Since 2010. He belongs to the Local Editorial Board (Siena) of the Diritto Pubblico Comparato ed Europeo Magazine (DPCE).

  • Since 2010. Research assistant at the DIPEC (Research Center for European and Comparative Public Law) of the University of Siena, Italy.

  • From 2004 to 2015. Member of the Department of Constitutional Law of the University of Cagliari.

  • Since May 2005, he has been part of the Research Group on Law and Justice (GIDYJ) of the Carlos III University of Madrid, whose lines of research are interdisciplinarity and the articulation of the theoretical dimension with the practice of items such as identity, culture of legality, civil society, citizenship and democratic participation or crisis of legal formalism.

 

WORKS OF SPECIAL CASES

  • Guest editor of the “Politics, Globality and Citizenship” Magazine, of the Faculty of Political Science and International Relations of the Autonomous University of Nuevo León, Vol. 7, No. 14, June - December 2021. ISSN 2395-8448.

  • Contribution in the Questionnaire to Qualified Experts for the Report on the Rule of Law Index in Mexico 2019-2020: The 32 entities under the citizen's scrutiny. World Justice Project (WJP).

  • July 2015. “Freedom of Expression in Comparative Perspective” at Summer School, University of Siena, Italy.

  • February 2015. “The jurisprudential use of legal comparison: practical profiles” at Conference on Comparative Law and Control of Conventionality, Mexico City, Mexico.

  • October 2012. “Freedom of expression: Cases of denigration and slander in electoral campaigns” at the 2012 Federal Electoral Process International Seminar, Mexico City, Mexico.

  • 2009/2010–2010/2011: “The International protection of Human Rights” at the Master of Arts in Human Rights and Genocide Studies held by the Collegium Civitas Warsaw (Poland), the Europa– Universität Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder, Germany), Kingston University London, (United Kingdom), Università degli Studi di Siena (Italy).

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CONGRESSES, CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS

  1. September 15, 2021. Participation in the Dialogue Table “Open justice. The current debate on maximum judicial transparency”, organized by the Institute of Transparency, Public Information and Protection of Personal Data of the State of Jalisco (ITEI).

  2. September 8, 2021. Participation as moderator in the Inaugural Conference of the III OiDH conference “Open justice in Coahuila: Speech or reality?

  3. September 6, 2021. Participation as moderator in the presentation of the book “Inter-American Leader Case Studies. Vol XX. The most relevant inter-American jurisprudence of 2018 under discussion”, organized by the Inter-American Academy of Human Rights.

  4. June 10, 2021. Participation as moderator in the conference "The role of women in current Mexican justice" of the workshop "Judging with a human rights perspective", organized by the Inter-American Academy of Human Rights and the Office in Mexico of the United Nations.

  5. May 14, 2021. Participation as moderator in the presentation of the book “The rights of the disappeared persons and their families. An agenda for debate”, organized by the Inter-American Academy of Human Rights.

  6. May 4, 2021. Participation as a speaker in the seminar "Freedom of Expression and Rights of Journalists and Human Rights Defenders" organized by the Human Rights Ombudsman of the State of Guanajuato, Mexico.

  7. April 26, 2021. Participation as moderator in the presentation of the book “Case studies of national and foreign leaders. Vol.XVII. The jurisprudence of the Italian Constitutional Court on fundamental rights”.

  8. March 22, 2021. Participation as moderator in the presentation of the book “European and national leading case studies. Vol XIV. Freedom of expression in the 21st century”.

  9. March 19, 2021. Participation as moderator in the panel table entitled: "Professional skills" within the framework of the CEEAD 2021 Congress.

  10. March 13, 2021. Participation as a speaker in the "Conversation on Contemporary Human Rights Problems, cycle 2021 A" organized by the Coordination of the Doctorate in Human Rights with the Departments of Legal Sciences and Economics and Political Sciences of CUTONALÁ, University of Guadalajara , with the theme “Human rights and human dignity. A comparative perspective”.

  11. March 4, 2021. Participation as a speaker at the “International Conference on Comparative Legal Review and the Judicial Protection of Gender Equality” organized by the International Association of Constitutional Law with the paper entitled: “The Gender test: how to include the Gender perspective in criminal cases”.

  12. March 3, 2021. Participation in the panel discussion entitled: "Access to virtual training as a human right" within the framework of the Global Congress "Educational ecosystems for the digital age" organized by Virtual Educa Lisboa.

  13. February 25, 2021. Participation as a speaker at the panel entitled: "The international and comparative perspective" of the II Conference of the International Observatory of Human Rights "The right to water of migrants", organized by the Inter-American Academy of Human Rights , the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, the Judicial Branch of the State of Coahuila de Zaragoza and the State Commission for Human Rights of the State of Coahuila de Zaragoza.

  14. February 15, 2021. Participation in the presentation of the book “Justice and Culture. Theory and Practice Concerning the Use of Culture in Courtrooms” from the “Editoriale Scientifica”.

  15. February 1, 2021. Participation as moderator in the panel discussion entitled: "European Constitutional Culture and Multilevel Protection of Fundamental Rights" in the virtual seminar organized by the "European Judicial Space and Rule of Law: cooperation, dialogue and independence".

  16. January 20, 2021. Pisa, Italy. He participates as a speaker in the panel discussion entitled: "The long road to rights: homosexuality and the prohibition of discrimination based on sexual orientation" in the tenth edition of the High Training Course in Constitutional Justice and Jurisdictional Protection of Fundamental Rights.

  17. January 15, 2021. Participation in "The Global Summit" organized by the "International Forum on the Future of Constitutionalism", in the panel entitled: "The transformative vocation of the reparation measures of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, utopia or reality?".

  18. January 12, 2021. Participation in “The Global Summit” organized by the “International Forum on the Future of Constitutionalism”, in the panel called: “Judicial Review and Electoral Law in a Global Perspective”.

  19. December 9, 2020. Participation in the International Observatory of Political Rights "Electoral Justice under Debate" in the table called: "Legislative Omission".

  20. December 7, 2020. Participation in the III Annual Meeting of the Regional Comprehensive Framework for Protection and Solutions with the presentation of “Protection and Solutions at the local level: Solidarity Cities. Relocation and labor inclusion program in Saltillo, Mexico”.

  21. December 5, 2020. Participation in the 2020 ARIM Congress, with the exhibition entitled: The transformative vocation of the reparation measures of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, utopia or reality?

  22. December 1, 2020. Participation with the paper: Il Messico ai tempi del COVID-19, in Comparative Public Law in Times of COVID-19. Cycle of Webinar of the University of Parma.

  23. December 30, 2020. Participation as a speaker in the online course “Law and Family. The new challenges” taught by the Judicial School of the Council of the Judiciary of the Judicial School of the Judicial Power of the State of Oaxaca.

  24. November 27, 2020. Lecture: "The Latin American model of electoral justice" at the judicial seminar Program to achieve an Electoral, International and Multicultural Jurisdictional Perspective for TEPJF officials together with the University of Siena, Italy.

  25. November 23, 2020. Participation in the panel table “Guardianship of human rights in national and international courts” in the course “Jurisdictional guardianship and conflict resolution in a comparative perspective: Europe-Brazil”.

  26. November 17, 2020. Participation in the Constitutional Conversation called "The constitutional referendum in comparative law." Center for Constitutional Studies of the Participar Association.

  27. November 12, 2020. Participation in the second day of the International Observatory of Human Rights “Local justice. The debate on human rights in the Superior Court of Justice of the State of Coahuila”, with the paper entitled: “The judicial power to give an opinion on bills”. Inter-American Academy of Human Rights.

  28. November 6, 2020. Participation as moderator in the presentation of the book: “Inter-American Leader Case Studies. Vol VII. Freedom of expression in the inter-American human rights system”. Inter-American Academy of Human Rights.

  29. October 30, 2020. Participation in the forum “Where is the Reform headed with and for the Judiciary?” as a panelist at table 7 called "Gender Parity in the Judiciary: Challenges and Proposals". Chamber of Deputies. LXIV Legislature.

  30. October 27, 2020. Participation in the virtual round table: "Use of comparative law in constitutional and electoral justice." Electoral Judicial School of the Electoral Court of the Judicial Power of the Federation.

  31. October 19, 2020. Participation as moderator in the presentation of the book: “Inter-American Leader Case Studies. Vol. V. Human Rights in the jurisprudence of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation”. Inter-American Academy of Human Rights.

  32. October 15, 2020. Participation as moderator in the presentation of the book: “Inter-American and European leader case studies. Vol III. Current problems of regional justice. A comparative vision between America and Europe”. Inter-American Academy of Human Rights.

  33. October 7, 2020. Lecture: “Good judicial practices”. in the seminar "Good practices of public sentences". National Institute of Transparency, Access to Information and Protection of Personal Data; Coahuilense Institute for Access to Public Information and Inter-American Academy of Human Rights.

  34. October 5, 2020. Participation as moderator in the presentation of the book: “Inter-American and European leader case studies. Vol IV. Rights of migrants / Right to form political parties / Reproductive rights / LGBTI+ rights”. Inter-American Academy of Human Rights.

  35. October 1, 2020. Participation in the “27th Congress of the Ibero-American Network of Cinema and Law”, in the panel entitled “Democracy, elections and cinema”. Ibero-American Network of Cinema and Law.

  36. September 28, 2020. Participation as Amicus Curiae in the Public Hearing of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights on the Request for an Advisory Opinion on indefinite presidential re-election in the context of the Inter-American Human Rights System.

  37. September 25, 2020. Participation in the Committee on Northern Border Affairs of the LXIV Legislature of the Chamber of Deputies with the presentation: “Cities in solidarity with migrants and refugees. The vision of the State Human Rights Program of the State of Coahuila de Zaragoza for the period 2019-2023”.

  38. September 22, 2020. Participation as moderator in the presentation of the book: "Approximation of the legal asset as a limit to the ius puniendi". Inter-American Academy of Human Rights.

  39. September 21, 2020. Participation in the virtual course: "The gender perspective and political violence against women based on gender", with the teaching of the module "Towards an inclusive democracy". National Electoral Institute.

  40. September 7, 2020. Participation as moderator in the presentation of the book: “Madero founding father of democracy. A contemporary reading. Inter-American Academy of Human Rights.

  41. September 2, 2020. Participation in the first day of the International Human Rights Observatory "Constitutional problems of the restriction of freedom of movement in the times of Covid-19" as a speaker in session II entitled: "The comparative perspective". Inter-American Academy of Human Rights.

  42. August 27, 2020. Presentation: "Judging with a gender perspective", in the workshop "Judging with a human rights perspective-criminal section". Antonio Berchelmann Arizpe Chair. Judge with a gender perspective. Inter-American Academy of Human Rights.

  43. August 26, 2020. Negative Propaganda in Comparative Perspective. Electoral Court of the State of Coahuila de Zaragoza.

  44. August 13, 2020. Presentation: "The proportional judgment of the individualization of the sentence and the prohibition of the double reclassification of the sentence", in the workshop "Judging with a human rights perspective-criminal section". Antonio Berchelmann Arizpe Chair. Inter-American Academy of Human Rights.

  45. July 16, 2020. Lecture: "The judicial use of comparative law in matters of human rights", in the workshop "Judging with a human rights perspective-criminal section". Antonio Berchelmann Arizpe Chair. Inter-American Academy of Human Rights.

  46. June 26, 2020. Presentation of the book: "Case Study of National Leaders Vol. VIII Current Issues of Electoral Crimes." Inter-American Academy of Human Rights.

  47. June 17, 2020. Corso di Teoria e pratica dei diritti II. Legal Interpretation and Human Rights. Dottorato in "Diritti Umani: Evoluzione, Tutela e Limiti". Module: "The Use of Comparative Law in Constitutional Interpretation".

  48. June 11 and 12, 2020. Participant in “Second yearly workshop. CORE LATAM Project”. CORE LATAM.

  49. June 11, 2020. Virtual seminar: "The protection of the rights of victims". Inter-American Academy of Human Rights.

  50. May 21, 2020. Webinar speaker: "Guide for the processing of personal data in times of Covid-19". CIDE and Inter-American Academy of Human Rights.

  51. May 19, 2020. Participation in the presentation of the book: "Legal Education and Human Rights. The teaching of law in the 21st century". Inter-American Academy of Human Rights.

  52. May 19, 2020. Speaker Virtual Round Table called: "Test of proportionality and fundamental rights: Analysis of cases". Electoral Judicial School. Superior Chamber of the Electoral Court of the Judicial Power of the Federation.

  53. May 14, 2020. Virtual seminar: "Rights of sick people and their families." Inter-American Academy of Human Rights.

  54. May 7, 2020. Smart Cities Webinars: "Effects and solutions in times of COVID-19 and its impact on the Sustainable Development Goals".

  55. March 6, 2020. Participation in the Panel: "Political Vindications of Women". Commemoration of International Women's Day. Challenges towards a due Vindication of Women in society. Human Rights Commission of the State of Coahuila de Zaragoza. Venue: Iberoamerican University, Torreón.

  56. February 27, 2020. Mexico City, Mexico. He participates as a speaker in the Second Discussion Seminar on the sentences of the SCJN organized by the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico.

  57. February 7, 2020. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. Participates as a speaker in the colloquium "Clear, simple and accessible sentences" of the Judicial Power of the State of Coahuila de Zaragoza.

  58. February 7, 2020. Arteaga, Coahuila; Mexico. She participates as a moderator in the academic table “Justice and Human Rights. Challenges and future perspectives” as part of the inauguration of the celebrations of the fifth anniversary of the Inter-American Academy of Human Rights.

  59. January 27, 2020. Pisa, Italy. He participates as a speaker in the panel table entitled: "Homosexuality and marriage between people of the same sex" in the ninth edition of the High Training Course in Constitutional Justice and Jurisdictional Protection of Fundamental Rights.

  60. January 17, 2020. Hermosillo, Sonora; Mexico. He gives the conference: "Democracy and human rights: A practical approach for the protection of the rights of disappeared persons", within the framework of the beginning of the year of the Master's Degree in Government and Public Affairs of El Colegio de Sonora.

  61. November 29, 2019. Arteaga, Coahuila: Mexico. Participates as moderator in the conference "Judging gender violence from a human rights perspective" given by Olga María del Carmen Sánchez Cordero Dávila.

  62. November 27, 2019. Arteaga, Coahuila; Mexico. Participates as a speaker at the Inauguration of the International Human Rights Observatory 2019 III Conference "Ten years after the Cotton Field sentence".

  63. November 25, 2019. Caligari, Italy. Participate as a speaker at the convention: “Free pray! The resltà delle donne curde as a driving force for the promotion of dittri umani e della parità di genere” carried out at the Conference Search Sede Espositiva dell'Archivio Storico Comunale di Cagliari.

  64. October 14, 2019. Parma, Italy. She participates as a moderator in the session: “Flusso transfrontaliero di dati tra sicurezza e diritti fondamentali nell'epoca della globalizzazione digitale” at the International Observatory for Human Rights 2019–III Conference “I diritti fondamentqali nell'era della digital mass surveillance”.

  65. October 10 and 11, 2019. Barcelona, Spain. Participates as moderator in session III "Right to free elections" at the International Observatory of Political Rights 2019 "Elections and European Court of Human Rights".

  66. September 3, 2019. Istanbul, Turkey. She participates as a speaker in the Summer Academy "Empowerment of women for sustainable development" with the paper entitled "Gender Rights in the IACHR Case Law".

  67. May 30 and 31, 2019. Arteaga, Coahuila; Mexico. Participates as moderator in the Closing Conference "Challenges of independent candidacies" of the International Observatory of Political Rights Conference II "Independent Candidacies".

  68. August 21 and 22, 2019. Bogotá, Colombia. She participates as a speaker in the table II "Human Rights and gender perspective" of the International Observatory of Human Rights "The jurisprudence of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights of 2018 to debate".

  69. March 26 to 29, 2019. San Cristóbal de las Casa, Chiapas; Mexico. Participate in the CEEAD 2019 Congress.

  70. November 30, 2018. Seville, Spain. He participates as a speaker in the international conference “Prevention and repression of hate speech. Towards the multidisciplinary construction of tolerance, with the paper entitled "Hate speech and liquidity".

  71. November 29, 2018. Guadalajara, Jalisco; Mexico. Participates as presenter of the QUID IURIS magazine of the State Electoral Court of Chihuahua in the framework of the activities of the International Book Fair.

  72. November 22 and 23, 2018. Arteaga, Coahuila; Mexico. Participates as moderator in the inaugural conference "The relevance of the Italian Constitutional Court in comparative perspective".

  73. November 22 and 23, 2018. Arteaga, Coahuila; Mexico. Participates as a speaker in session IV "rights of vulnerable groups" with the theme "Migrants' rights".

  74. November 20, 2018. Arteaga, Coahuila; Mexico. He participates as a commentator in table III "New perspectives of legal education" in the Study Conference "Legal education: historical and contemporary perspective".

  75. October 26 and 27, 2018. Mexico City, Mexico. He participates as a speaker with “Arts and human rights: the analysis of the legal status of Mexican migrants in the US through painting” at the III Annual Congress of Italian researchers in Mexico “Italian research in Mexico. Advances and Perspectives”.

  76. October 25 and 26, 2018. Siena, Italy. Presents “Le leggi contro il negazionismo nell'experienza comparata” at the Congress “L'Italia a 80 anni dalle leggi antiebraiche ea 70 dalla Costituzione”.

  77. 23 October 2018. Parma, Italy. Participates in the Meeting of Studies "Messico e diritti umani" in the Department of Jurisprudence, Political and International Studies.

  78. October 17 and 18, 2019. Seville, Spain. He participates as a speaker in the table VIII "Blasphemy and homophobia" in the International Observatory of Human Rights "Freedom of expression in the Constitutional State".

  79. October 12 and 13, 2018. Milan, Italy. Participates as a speaker in the First European Discussion Group on Constitutionalism with the paper on "Economic inequalities in Latin–America and the hard life of women rights".

  80. October 5, 2018. Mexico City, Mexico. Participate in the Observatory: Citizen participation and Culture of Transparency and Legality "E-lessons in Internet times".

  81. September 28, 2018. Arteaga, Coahuila; Mexico. Participates as moderator in table II: “100 years after the Carranza Doctrine: the challenges of Mexico's foreign policy”.

  82. September 20 and 21, 2018. Mexico City, Mexico. Participates as a moderator in session V "The rights of people with disabilities" in the International Observatory of Human Rights "Family rights in the jurisprudence of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation".

  83. September 20 and 21, 2018. Mexico City, Mexico. Participates as a speaker in session VIII "The order of surnames" at the International Observatory of Human Rights "Family Rights in the jurisprudence of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation".

  84. July 23 and 24, 2018. Salamanca, Spain. Presents the paper "Femicides and Violence against women" at the I International Congress "Public Policies in Defense of Inclusion, diversity and gender".

  85. July 23 and 24, 2018. Salamanca, Spain. He presents the paper "Hate Speech and Social Networks" at the I International Congress "Public Policies in Defense of Inclusion, Diversity and Gender".

  86. June 25-27, 2018. Hong Kong. Participates in the Fifth Annual Congress: “International Society of Public Law (ICON S) with “Identify, Security, Democracy: Challenges for Public Law.

  87. June 18 to 22, 2018. Seoul, Korea. Participates in the Tenth World Congress on Constitutional Rights presenting "The Influence of Foreign and International Legal Sources on post-independence Namibia".

  88. June 11 to October 5, 2018. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. Participates as a speaker in the "Human Rights" training for elements of the Saltillo Municipal Police Academy, with a duration of 40 hours.

  89. May 11-12, 2018. Cagliari, Italy. She participates as a moderator in “Balancing culture: the cases” at the International Observatory of Human Rights “Justice & Culture. Legal techniques and arguments to deal with multicultural conflicts”.

  90. May 2018. Valladolid, Spain. Participate as moderator in Session III "The definition of campaign expenses."

  91. April 20-21, 2019. Cleveland, Ohio, USA. Participates as a speaker in Panel 3A Law and Violence with the theme “The Role of the Interamerican Court of Human Rights in Protecting Women against Endemic Violence” at the Seventh Annual Global Conference Younger Comparativists Committee of the American Society of Comparative Law.    

  92. December 5 to 9, 2017. Puebla and Tlaxcala, Mexico. 1. December 8, 2017 presents “How to teach and learn Human Rights through ARTS” with Juan Francisco Reyes Robledo at the 9th Worldwide Conference Global Alliance for Justice Education on “Breaking Down Walls: The Transformative Power of Justice Education” (“Derribando walls: the transforming power of education in justice”); 2. December 9, 2017 presents “Academy and civil society in the construction and strengthening Disappeared People's rights” at the 9th Worldwide Conference Global Alliance for Justice Education on “Breaking Down Walls: The Transformative Power of Justice Education”. the transforming power of education in justice”).

  93. November 23, 24 and 25, 2017. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. Participates in the III International Observatory of Human Rights “The rights of the victims of disappearance of persons in the inter-American system III Seminar at the table “Disappearance and Gender Violence”.

  94. October 27, 2018. Milan, Italy. Participate in the study meeting: I diritti fondamentali tra Corti sovranazionali e Stali” with the presentation of the volume “Commentary on the first part of the American Convention on Human Rights”.

  95. September 26, 27 and 28, 2017. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. He participates as a speaker in session IV "Illicit elections in social networks and the Internet" at the III International Observatory of Political Rights.

  96. September 26, 27 and 28, 2017. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. Participates as moderator in session V "Government neutrality from a comparative perspective" at the III International Observatory of Political Rights.

  97. September 25, 2017. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. She participates as a moderator in the III Conference on Mexican Social Constitutionalism: Past, Present and Future.

  98. August 4, 2017. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. Participates as a speaker with "The right to consular assistance in comparative perspective" in the Colloquium "Mariano Otero: The diplomat. A contemporary reading of the right to consular assistance”.

  99. June 28 and 29, 2017. Mexico City, Mexico. Participation in the III International Human Rights Observatory on “Human rights in the jurisprudence of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation”, presenting “The right to freedom of expression and hate speech”.

  100. June 6 and 9, 2017. The Hague, the Netherlands. He participates as a speaker in the IV Ibero-American Thought Seminar on International Justice, with the paper entitled "Historical development of the judicial and arbitral structure of international justice".

  101. May 24, 2017. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. Participates as Moderator in "I International Observatory of Legal Education, What is the role of the Academy in the defense of human rights?".

  102. May 24, 2017. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. Participates as a Speaker in the Table II "Interdisciplinarity and Human Rights" in the I International Observatory of Legal Education.

  103.   May 17, 2017. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. Participates as Speaker in "Debates from the Judiciary" with the theme: Constitutional Law and Human Rights.

  104. April 26 and 27, 2017. Madrid, Spain. He participates as a speaker in the III International Observatory of Human Rights “The ESCER in the Jurisprudence of the Inter-American Court I Seminar on Cultural Rights.

  105. March 6, 2017. Tlajomulco, Jalisco; Mexico. Participates as a speaker at the Open Government Forum Tlajomulco 2017 "Forum on Governance and Open Government".

  106. November 2016. Presents at the table freedom of expression II OIDH III Conference.

  107. November 10, 2016. Participates as a speaker in the Third Colloquium on Hate Speech: Hate Speech: Reflections on the Shadow of Intolerance.

  108. October 25, 2016. Presents the paper "Enforced disappearances: legal standards from a comparative perspective" in the module "The guarantee of fundamental rights" at the University of Seville.

  109. September 22, 2016. Participates as a speaker at the table: “The Comparative Study of Criminal Cases in the I International Forum on Legal Education in Human Rights “The teaching of the accusatory criminal system in the 21st century.

  110. September 12 and 13, 2016. Mexico City, Mexico. Participates as a speaker at the table "Illegal publication of polls in electoral ban" in the II International Observatory of Political Rights "Current problems of electoral crimes".

  111. August 22 and 23, 2016. Mexico City, Mexico. Participates as a speaker in 2006–2016 Ten years of Jurisprudence, IX Judicial Electoral Observatory at table 3. Freedom of expression in electoral matters.

  112. May 26 and 27, 2016. Mexico City, Mexico. Participates as a speaker in the International Workshop: “The Effective Protection of Political Rights. Jurisprudential dialogue and democracy.

  113. May 24, 2016. Monterrey, Nuevo Leon; Mexico. She participates as a moderator in the table “Justice Open to the University and Culture of Legality”.

  114. May 16, 2016. Monterrey, Nuevo León; Mexico. She participates as a moderator in the table Cinema and Political Rights: A reading of the Film "Selma: The power of a dream (2014)".

  115. May 12, 2016. Mexico City, Mexico. Participates as a speaker at the First International Observatory of Political Rights with the paper "Negative propaganda and slander".

  116. March 10, 2016. Milan, Spain. Together with Luis Efrén Ríos Vega, he presents the Conference “Le form atipiche di sparizione forzata di persone” at the Università Degli Studi di Milano–Bicocca.

  117. March 8, 2016. Getafe, Madrid; Spain. Presents the paper “Atala Riffo and girls vs. Chile” in the second International Observatory of Human Rights.

  118. March 8, 2016. Getafe, Madrid; Spain. Participates as moderator in the presentation “The Rights to the Formation of Political Parties in the II International Observatory of Human Rights.

  119. March 8, 2016. Getafe, Madrid; Spain. Presents the paper “LGTBI Rights”  I Jurisprudential Dialogue Seminar between America and Europe, of the II International Observatory of Human Rights at the Carlos III University of Madrid.

  120. March 4, 2016. Getafe, Madrid; Spain. He presents the paper "The construction of historical memory: constitutional problems and challenges" at the Workshop on Law and Justice at the Getafe Campus of the Carlos III University of Madrid.

  121. February 25 and 26, 2016. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. Presents paper "The importance of Comparative Law for the formation of jurists of the XXI Century" at the Seminar for Professors and Researchers "Human Rights in Legal Education of the XXI Century" at the Inter-American Academy of Human Rights.

  122. February 25 and 26, 2016. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico.  Moderator in the presentation "Challenges of Jurisprudence of the XXI Century" at the Seminar for Professors and Researchers "Human Rights in Legal Education of the XXI Century" at the Inter-American Academy of Human Rights.

  123. February 25 and 26, 2016. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. Moderator at the presentation "The Human Rights Perspective" at the Seminar for Professors and Researchers "Human Rights in Legal Education in the 21st Century" at the Inter-American Academy of Human Rights.

  124. December 10, 2015. Morelia, Michoacan; Mexico. Presents Master Conference "Violence against Women and International Law", at the International Congress on Violence against Women and Impartation of Justice in the Judicial Power of the State of Michoacán.

  125. December 5, 2015. Guadalajara, Jalisco; Mexico. Presenter of the book Fundamental Rights 20th Century/ Political Rights of CEDEPOL at the XIX International Meeting of Jurists: Dios y mi Derecho, at the Guadalajara International Book Fair.

  126. November 27, 2015. Mexico City, Mexico. He presents "Freedom of expression in Political Campaigns" at the VIII International Seminar of the Electoral Judicial Observatory.

  127. November 18, 2015. Alicante, Spain. He presents "The Interpretive Criteria of the European Court of Human Rights in the matter of hate speech" at the International Seminar "Globalization and normative crisis: towards constitutional change" at the University of Alicante and the University of Madrid.

  128. November 10, 2015, Mexico City, Mexico. Presents "Compared experience on mechanisms for compliance with international recommendations in other countries: the Italian case" in the Reflection Colloquium "Towards a mechanism for compliance with the recommendations and decisions of international organizations by the Mexican State".

  129. November 5, 2015. Mexico City, Mexico. Presents "The use of legal comparison in constitutional interpretation" at the I International Congress of Constitutional Law.

  130. May 14, 2015. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. Moderator at the International Forum “The New Teaching of Law in the 21st Century. Towards a new integral learning of the jurists” in the Faculty of Jurisprudence of the Autonomous University of Coahuila.

  131. May 12, 2015. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico.  I Inter-American Observatory of Human Rights, with the participation of “Freedom of expression in the jurisprudence of the ECHR”;

  132. March 11, 2015. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. She gave the conference: "The Political Action of Women: A Comparative Perspective" in the First Colloquium of Analysis and Parliamentary Dissemination carried out in the Congress of the State of Coahuila.

  133. January 9, 2015. Siena, Italy. Presents with Luis Efrén Ríos Vega “Current constitutional trends in the protection of rights in Mexico and Italy: an interrupted dialogue? in the II Giornata italo-brasiliana.

  134. December 9, 2014. Buenos Aires, Argentina. Presents "The disappearance of people and Human Rights in Mexico" at the Law School of the Torcuato di Tella University.

  135. November 20, 2014. Mexico City, Mexico. Presents "The transitory regime of access to information of political parties in the resolutions of the TEPJF of October 8, 2014" in the Seminar on Transparency, Political Parties and Democracy.

  136. November 7, 2014. Siena, Italy. He presents “Diritti e doveri tra universalismo e partisanismo”, at the Conference “Tunisia: la primavera della Costituzione”.

  137. October 3, 2014. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. Presents "The right to sexual freedom of women", in the Seminar "20 years after the Inter-American Convention to prevent, punish and eradicate violence against Women - Belem Do Para Convention".

  138. September 9, 2014. Guadalajara, Jalisco; Mexico. He presents with Luis Efrén Ríos Vega: “Restrictions on human rights in Mexico and Italy. The debate between constitutional norms vs. conventions” at the International Congress “The constitutionalization of the legal system in Ibero-America”.

  139. July 7, 2014. Mérida, Yucatán: Mexico. Presents Master Conference “Constitutional Interpretation. America and Europe Dialogues” at the House of Legal Culture organized by the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation.

  140. June 26-29, 2014. Modena, Italy. He presents a paper “Constitutional justice in the institutional dynamics of 20th-century Spain” at the 45th Annual Meeting of the Association for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies.

  141. June 16-20, 2014. Oslo, Norway. Presents “An evolutionary perspective of the protection of migrants' linguistic rights in Europe: the missing piece” at the IXth IACL World Congress “Constitutional Challenges: Global and Local”.

  142. May 27, 2014. Sao Paulo, Brazil. He presents “The protection of linguistic and cultural pluralism in the jurisdiction of the state and region: the Italian experience”, at the I Congress of Comparative Public Law in Brazil and Italy”.

  143. May 23, 2014. Pouso Alegre, Brazil. He presents “Linguistic Pluralism and Democracy”, at the 2nd International Symposium of the PPGD (Programa de Pós–Graduação em Direito) on the theme “Constitution and Democracy: Comparative Dialogues”.

  144. May 16, 2014. Cagliari, Italy. Chair of the Round Table at the Conference on “Patriarchy and Multiculturalism”.

  145. March 28 and 29, 2014. Rome, Luiss Guido Carli: Italy. Moderator at the seminar “The preliminary reference to the Court of Justice of the European Union by Constitutional Courts”.

  146. October 24, 2013. Chilpancingo, Guerrero; Mexico. Presents "The Electoral Reform that is coming" in the Electoral Court of the State of Guerrero.

  147. October 21 to 22, 2013. Mexico City, Mexico. Presents “On the limits of freedom of information. Access to ballots. A comparison between Mexico and Italy, in the VI Electoral Observatory Seminar – Electoral Court of the Federal District.

  148. September 4 to 5, 2013. Participates in a round table: “La multiplication des garanties et des juges dans la protection des droits fondamentaux” at the XXVº Cours International de Justice Constitutionnelle at the Faculté de droit de science politique of Aix–Marseille Université .

  149. August 29 to 31, 2013. Bilbao, Spain. Presents the paper: "The transformations of the institutional dynamics of the 20th century and the role of the constitutional judge as a high official" at the XVI International Congress on the History of Concepts "Concepts in Motion: processes of transfer and reception, translation and reification between cultures and between disciplines” organized by the University of the Basque Country. 

  150. May 30 to June 1, 2013. Salerno, Italy. Presents “Le argomentazioni costituzionali contro 'gli imperativi della memoria” at the XXI Biennial Conference of the Italian Association of Comparative Law.

  151. May 17, 2013. Siena, Italy. He presents “La storia alla sbarra: le argomentazioni costituzionali contro gli 'imperativi della memoria'” at the III Young Researchers Workshop on “Il pastato, il presente, il futuro. Rileggendo il positive diritto con metodo storico”.

  152. December 6 and 7, 2012. Genoa, Italy.  Presents “Liberty of manifestation of the Canadian giurisprudenza pensioner in the lotta contro l'hate propaganda e la sua Circolazione”, in the Conference on “1982–2012: Thirty years after the Canadian Patriation. Considerations from the Italian Scholarship”.

  153. October 16 and 17, 2012. Mexico City, Mexico. Professor in the special course on "Freedom of expression: Cases of denigration and slander in electoral campaigns" within the framework of the International Seminar Federal Electoral Process 2012.

  154. October 17, 2012. Mexico City, Mexico. He presents “Freedom of expression in the political context and negative propaganda in Italy” at the V Seminar of the Electoral Observatory – Electoral Tribunal of the Federal District.

  155. October 15 and 16, 2012. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. Presents "The new catalog of human rights and their jurisdictional protection", at the International Seminar on "The Constitutional Reform: The Coahuila Pact".

  156. October 11 and 12, 2012. Mexico City, Mexico. Presents "The controversy of freedom of expression" at the Seminar on the 2012 Federal Elections - Electoral Court of the Judicial Power of the Federation.

  157. July 12, 2012. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. Presents "The Italian Constitutional Court and Human Rights" at the Palace of the State Congress.

  158. July 9, 2012. Chilpancingo, Guerrero; Mexico. Presents "Freedom of expression in electoral campaigns" in "Constitutional Issues of the 2012 Presidential Election" of the Electoral Court of Chilpancingo, Guerrero.

  159. June 28 and 29, 2012. Aosta, Italy. Presents “Enigma multiculturale vs. Eguaglianza giuridica dei coniugi: lo scontro tra cultura e diritto nei matrimoni poligamici. L'experienza canadese” at the AIDC – CFP Younger Scholars Conference 2012.

  160. December 15, 2011. Valladolid, Spain. Presents "The form of government in Italy" at the Faculty of Law, University of Valladolid.

  161. September 18, 2011. Brisbane, Australia. Presents “Biocultural diversity, sustainability and the protection of human dignity: a comparative perspective in Asian Constitutional law” at “Australia's Third Wild Law Conference–Earth Jurisprudence–Building Theory and Practice”.

  162. September 16, 2011. Canberra, Australia. He presents “Hate Speech Towards Freedom of Expression and Human Dignity: The European Perspective” at the ANU Center for European Studies & Center for International and Public Law.

  163.   June 24 and 25, 2011. Trento, Italy.  Presents “Sulle minoranze linguistiche”, at the Conference on “Giurisprudenza amministrativa e diritti costituzionali”.

  164. June 9-11, 2011. Venice, Italy. Presents “Il giudice e l'argomento culturale: riflessioni di diritto comparato” at the XXI Conference of the Italian Association of Comparative Law.

  165. May 19 to 21, 2011. Napoli, Italy. He presents “Le decisioni di fine vita tra dignità umana e tutela delle diversità: the Advance Directive Law of the Federal District (Città del Messico)”, at the International Conference on “Il diritto alla fine della vita. Principi, decisioni, almost”.

  166. May 12 and 13, 2011. Saltillo, Coahuila; Mexico. Presents “The presidential messages in national chain. The Calderón case” at the International Seminar on “Current issues of the right to information in electoral matters”.

  167. April 4-6, 2011. Birmingham, UK. He presents “Hate propaganda: a threat to Canada internal peace and stability” at the BACS (British Association of Canadian Studies) 36th Annual Conference.

  168. March 31 to April 1, 2011. Mexico City, Mexico. Presents “Gender equality in access to elective positions: the Italian case” at the International Congress on “Political participation and female leadership. Vision of inclusive government: political rights, laws and public administration with a gender approach”.

  169. February 24, 2011. Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. Presents “The Use of Cultural Argument in Judicial Reasoning: A Comparison Between Canada and Italy” at the University of New Brunswick School of Law.

  170. February 19, 2011. St. John's, New Brunswick, Canada. Presents “The Use of Cultural Argument in Judicial Reasoning: the Canadian Constitutional Perspective” at the First Annual Social Sciences and Humanities Student Conference and Workshop.

  171. December 6 to 10, 2010. Mexico City, Mexico. Presents “The use of foreign precedents in constitutional adjudication: freedom of expression and hate speech in Namibian case law” and “The Use of the Cultural Argument in the Judicial Reasoning in Multicultural Societies: a Constitutional Perspective in South Africa and Canada” at the VIII World Congress of the International Association of Constitutional Law.

  172. September 22 to 24, 2010. Milan, Italy. He presents “A Comparative Perspective on Hate Speech Constitutional Regulation and the Emergence of a Canadian Model” at the Nineteenth European Seminar for Graduate Students in Canadian Studies.

  173. June 11 and 12, 2010. Canterbury, United Kingdom. He presents “Hate speech towards freedom of expression, theories of recognition and human dignity. A comparative perspective” at the BACL Postgraduate Workshop on Comparative Law.

  174. April 16-17, 2010. Siena, Italy. Presents “The Use of foreign Precedents by the High Court and the Supreme Court of Namibia” at the Interest Group meeting on: “The Use of Foreign Precedents by Constitutional Judges”.

  175.   September 25 and 26, 2009. Trento, Italy. Presents "Modelli di circolazione giurisprudenziale: l'hate speech nella giurisprudenza della Namibia" at the Conference "Quali 'vie di comunicazione' of contemporary costituzionalismo? Ipotesi a confronto".

  176. November 14 and 15, 2008. London, United Kingdom. Presents “The Supreme Court of Namibia” (Interest Group: “The Use of Foreign Precedents by Constitutional Judges”) at the conference “The Regulatory State: Constitutional Implications”.

Congreso, conferencias y seminarios

​Areas of interest 

Comparative Constitutional Law, Human Rights, Freedom of Expression, Debate, Cultural Rights, Minority Rights, Multiculturalism, Linguistic Rights, Women's Rights

Áreas de Interés

​Languages 

  • Italian, native language.

  • Serbian, native language.

  • Advanced English.

  • Spanish, advanced.

  • French, intermediate

  • German, basic.

  • Basic Portuguese.

Idiomas
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