Author Archives: Verónica de la Rosa Jaimes

About Verónica de la Rosa Jaimes

Verónica de la Rosa Jaimes, J.D., LL.M. (UNAM), Ph.D. (Hons.) (UNAM). She spent one year conducting research for her doctoral thesis at the European Institute of Human Rights in France. She has taught at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, TEC de Monterrey and was a visiting professor at the University of Montpellier 1, France. As a certified attorney in Mexico, she has worked for the National Human Rights Commission. Verónica taught most recently at Niagara College and Bow Valley College. She has many publications to her credit, mostly in the area of international human rights law. Her teaching and research interests are in international human rights law, environmental law and international law. Verónica is currently a post-doctoral fellow at the Faculty of Law of the University of Calgary working on climate change litigation in both national and international law.

The Petition of the Arctic Athabaskan Peoples to the Inter American Commission on Human Rights

By: Verónica de la Rosa Jaimes PDF Version: The Petition of the Arctic Athabaskan Peoples to the Inter American Commission on Human Rights Matter Commented On: Petition to the Inter American Commission on Human Rights seeking relief from violations of the … Continue reading

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