Dr. Favio Farinella is a Lawyer graduated from the National University of Mar del Plata (1989); Doctor of Law, with mention summa cum laude (UNMdP); Bachelor of Sciences in Politics and International Relations (London School of Economics, London University); Specialist in International Law (Leiden University, Holland); Specialist in International Human Rights Law (Strasbourg, France); Master in Environmental Management of Urban Development (UNMdP); Master in Professional Education UNESCO (UNESCO Center, San Sebastián and Paris); Master in Legal and Economic Aspects of New Technologies (UNMdP).
He has completed specializations and postgraduate degrees in International Criminal Law (Leiden University); Human Rights (Institut International des Droits de l’homme, Strasbourg, France); Intellectual Property (Seoul, South Korea, directed by Dr. Hugo Caminos); Business Law (Cambridge University, UK); International Environmental Law and International Relations (University of Leiden and TMC Asser Institute, The Hague, Holland; Organization of American States, Getulio Vargas Foundation, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil).
He is Professor of undergraduate, graduate and doctorate degrees. He is a senior Professor of Public International law at the National University of Mar del Plata
He is Director of Seminars 1 and 2 on International Human Rights Law at the UNMDP Law School.
He is a former fellow of the Marie Curie Research Group (The Hague, Holland) funded by the European Union.
He was the first Latin American Scholar who participate in the ERASMUS MUNDUS Human Rights Practice, as Guest Scholar, to study and teach courses at Roehampton University (London, UK), Gotemburg University (Sweden) and Tromso (Norway).
Since 2021, he acts as Coordinator and Representative of the National University of Mar del Plata in the Academic Cooperation Network of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, based on the international selection of projects made by the Commission in 2020.
“Lideresas sociales y comedores barriales de emergencia como instituciones de transición para la pospandemia argentina”.
Host University: University of Almeria, Spain