Workshop “Investigating Crimes against Humanity in South America: Challenges for the Present and the Future”

The Latin American Centre of the University of Oxford and the Public Prosecutor's Office for Crimes against Humanity of the Republic of Argentina (PCCH) organised a two-day workshop in Buenos Aires on May 8 and 9 on the topic of “Investigating Crimes against Humanity in South America: Challen

Xose Picatoste

Graduated in Economics and a Master's Degree in International Migration: research, migration policies and intercultural mediation from the Universidade da Coruña (UDC)-Spain. Master's Degree in Teaching Secondary Education from the International University of Valencia (VIU)-Spain. Currently, PhD student and teaching and research staff in training, at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid-Spain (UAM). His research is focused on Public Economics, particularly the labour market, knowledge society and sustainability, he has been awarded first prize in sociological research for Master’s Students (Faculty of Sociology-UDC, 2015) and was a finalist at the COTEC innovative program in 2018. He has published books (Aranzadi-Thomson Reuters) and articles in the most prestigious journals such as the Journal of Cleaner Production, Telematics and Informatics or Economic Computation and Economic Cybernetics Studies and Research. He has been guest editor of the Central European Review of Economics and Management (CEREM) and International Journal of Innovation and Sustainable Development (IJISD). He is a member of organizing committees of various international Conferences, such as ISSD-Romania, EDaSS International Conference on Economic Development and Social Sustainability, since 2012 and 2013, respectively, to the present. He has attended and presented papers at numerous international conferences, such as the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics SASE (Berkeley-USA and Lyon-France) and the Iberoamerican International Conference RISE-SASE (Porto Alegre-Brazil and Cartagena de Indias-Colombia). He has been a visiting researcher at Constantin Brancusi Univesity of Targu-Jiu (Romania) in 2016 and, in 2018, he has been a recognised student at the Latin American Centre (Oxford University) under the supervision of Diego Sánchez-Ancochea.

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Monday, 7 May, 2018 -
17:00 to 18:30
Investcorp Building, St Antony's College

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