President Néstor Kirchner Fellows



Call 2016-2017

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Javier holds a degree in Sociology by the University of Buenos Aires (UBA) and is a current candidate for a Masters in Economic Sociology at the National University of San Martin UNSAM. He was recently awarded with renowned PhD fellowship called CONICET in Argentina, to conduct his research on economical behavior of firms in the automobile industry in the context global value chains. 

Essay:
 State, Development and Social Actors in the Argentine case.

+ Javier Pérez Ibáñez, 2016-2017 President Néstor Kirchner Fellow from Argentina, successfully completed his two week stay in New York

+ Public Lecture by Javier Pérez Ibáñez, PNK Fellow 2016-2017

Watch the video of the Public Lecture

What is it like to be a President Néstor Kirchner Fellow?, by Javier Pérez Ibáñez

View/download Javier Pérez Ibáñez's Working Paper


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Bianca Moro de Carvalho, Brazil

Bianca holds a PhD in urbanism from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), and an MA in Housing and Urbanism from the Architectural Association Graduate School(AA), in London. 

Essay:
 Urban Conflicts in Northern Amazon Region: disordered growth of wetlands/ressacas in Macapá.

+ Bianca Moro de Carvalho, 2016-2017 President Néstor Kirchner Fellow from Brazil, successfully completed her two week stay in New York

+ Public Lecture by Bianca Moro de Carvalho, PNK Fellow 2016-2017

Watch the video of the Public Lecture

What is it like to be a President Néstor Kirchner Fellow?, by Bianca Moro de Carvalho

View/download Bianca Moro de Carvalho's Working Paper


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Isabella Esquivel Ventura, Mexico

Professor at the Master's Program on Public Policy and Gender at the Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences (FLACSO), where she obtained her Master degree. She also works at Mexico City's Government as the Executive Director of Organizational Architecture for Administrative Improvement, and has important experience as a consultant. 

Essay:
 Preventing Masculine Violence Against Women in Mexico City.

+ Isabella Esquivel Ventura, 2016-2017 President Néstor Kirchner Fellow from Mexico, successfully completed her two week stay in New York

+ What is it like to be a President Néstor Kirchner Fellow?, by Isabella Esquivel Ventura

+ Public Lecture by Isabella Esquivel Ventura, PNK Fellow 2016-2017

Watch the video of her Public Lecture

+ Read Isabella Esquivel Ventura's Working Paper


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Master's Degree in Governance and Human Rights from the Autonomous University of Madrid and a Masters in Law from the Central European University in Budapest. He has worked in the Constitutional Court of Bolivia and with the University of Francisco Xavier in Bolivia. He currently works as a pro bono lawyer for indigenous organizations.

Essay: Indigenous Rights and Legal Pluralism in Bolivia, Colombia, and Ecuador.

+ Sergio Miranda Hayes, President Néstor Kirchner Fellow 2016-2017, successfully completed an enriching academic exchange at The New School

+ What is it like to be a President Néstor Kirchner Fellow?, by Sergio Miranda Hayes

+ Public Lecture by Sergio Miranda Hayes PNK Fellow 2016-2017

Watch the video of his Public Lecture 

+ Read Sergio Miranda Hayes' Working Paper

Call 2015-2016

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BA and a MA in Economics, and is a Doctoral Candidate in Economics. She currently works as Principal Analyst at the Employment and Social Protection Ministry of Economy, ­National Office of Macroeconomic Policy of Argentina. 

Essay:
 Youth people and multidimensional inequality: the case of Argentina 2004-2014 in the Latin American context.

+ Analia Calero, President Néstor Kirchner Fellow 2015-2016, successfully completed an enriching academic exchange at The New School

+ What is it like to be a President Néstor Kirchner Fellow?, by Analia Calero

+ Public Lecture by Analia Calero, PNK Fellow 2015-2016

Watch the video of her Public Lecture

Read Analia's Working Paper


img 2367tns monicaMónica Salmón Gómez, Mexico

Master in Social Science with domain on International Relations and Pacific Studies Universidad de Guadalajara. Centro Universitario de Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades Guadalajara, México.

Essay: Transnational Advocacy Networks on Migrants in Transit through Mexico Human Rights.

+ Mónica Salmón Gómez, President Néstor Kirchner Fellow 2015-2016, successfully completed an enriching academic exchange at The New School

+ What is it like to be a President Néstor Kirchner Fellow?, by Mónica Salmón Gómez

+ Public Lecture by Mónica Salmón Gómez PNK Fellow 2015-2016

Watch the video of her Public Lecture 

+ Read Mónica Salmón Gómez's Working Paper

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Magdalena Bas Vilizzio, Uruguay

BA in Law and Social Sciences and a Degree in International Relations. She holds a Master in Project Design and Management, and is candidate in a Master in Foreign Trade. Magdalena is actually a Professor at the Universidad de la República and Universidad de Montevideo. As a researcher, she studies international dispute settlements, bilateral investment treaties, integration and other topics regarding International Law.

Essay: 
South America facing bilateral investment treaties: towards a return of the State in dispute settlement?.

+ Magdalena Bas Vilizzio, President Néstor Kirchner Fellow 2015-2016, successfully completed an enriching academic exchange at The New School

+ What is it like to be a President Néstor Kirchner Fellow?, by Magdalena Bas Vilizzio

+ Public Lecture by Magdalena Bas Vilizzio PNK Fellow 2015-2016

Watch the video of her Public Lecture 

+ Read Magdalena Bas Vilizzio's Working Paper


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Laneydi Martínez Alfonso, Cuba

BA in Economics (2003), School of Economics, University of Havana, Cuba. PhD student on Economics at University of Havana and the Institut des Hautes Etudes of lAmérique Latine (IHEAL), Université Paris III, Sorbonne Nouvelle, France. ­ Master in Economics (2007), School of Economics and Masters in Caribbean Studies (2011), Department of Caribbean Studies, both at the University of Havana. 

Essay:
 Latin America and the Caribbean and US in a new international economic context: changes in transmission of economic shocks.

+ Laneydi Martínez, President Néstor Kirchner Fellow 2015-2016, successfully completed an enriching academic exchange at The New School

+ What is it like to be a President Néstor Kirchner Fellow?, by Laneydi Martínez

+ Public Lecture by Laneydi Martínez, PNK Fellow 2015-2016

Watch the video of her Public Lecture

+ Read Laneydi Martínez's Working Paper

Call 2014-2015

grana juan tns nyJuan Martín Graña, Argentina

PhD in Economics. Researcher at Centro de Estudios sobre Población, Empleo y Desarrollo (CEPED) of the Instituto de Investigaciones Económicas de la Facultad de Ciencias Económicas de la Universidad de Buenos Aires (FCE, UBA).

Essay:
Industrialization is the development strategy, but not any kind accomplishes it.

+ Juan Martín Graña, President Néstor Kirchner Fellow 2014-2015, successfully completed an enriching academic exchange at The New School

+ What is it like to be a President Néstor Kirchner Fellow?, by Juan Martín Graña

+ Public Lecture by Juan Martín Graña, First PNK Fellow 2014-2015

Watch the video of his Public Lecture

+ Read Juan Graña´s Working Paper


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BA in Food Engineering, Masters in Production Engineering. Advisor and Coordinator of Comité Interministerial para la Inclusión Social y Económica de Recolectores de Materiales Reciclables.

Essay: Sustainable Development: The experience of solid waste management and the socioeconomic inclusion of waste pickers in Brazil.

+ Daniela Gomes Metello, President Néstor Kirchner Fellow 2014-2015, successfully completed an enriching academic exchange at The New School

+ What is it like to be a President Néstor Kirchner Fellow?, by Daniela Metello

+ Public Lecture by Daniela Gomes Metello and Beatriz Córdova Aquino, Second and Third PNK Fellows 2014-2015

Watch the video of her Public Lecture 


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Beatriz Pilar Córdova Aquino (Perú). BA in Politics, Masters in Governance and Electoral Processes. She is in charge of monitoring the planned activities for the 2014 regional and local elections in the Centro de Operaciones de Proceso Electoral (COPE) del Jurado Nacional de Elecciones del Perú.

Essay: Gender quota and women positions in lists in peruvian municipal elections.

+ Beatriz Córdova Aquino, President Néstor Kirchner Fellow 2014-2015, successfully completed an enriching academic exchange at The New School

+ What is it like to be a President Néstor Kirchner Fellow?, by Beatriz Córdova Aquino

+ Public Lecture by Daniela Gomes Metello and Beatriz Córdova Aquino, Second and Third PNK Fellows 2014-2015

Watch the video of her Public Lecture


Call 2013-2014

german linzerGermán Alejandro Linzer, Argentina

He holds a BA in Economics, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas (FCE), Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA), Masters in Science, Technology and Innovation Management, Universidad Nacional General Sarmiento (UNGS), Instituto para el Desarrollo Económico y Social (IDES) and Centro REDES, and Candidate for a MA in Intellectual Property, Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO). He was a PROPAI-UBA fellow researcher for the Centro de Estudios para la Planificación del Desarrollo (CEPLAD), and participated in the creation and implementation of the INCUINTA institutional project, created by the Instituto Nacional de Tecnología Agropecuaria (INTA). He served as Deputy Director for INTA in the Board of Directors of Polo Tecnológico Constituyentes S.A., and since 2011 he works as an Intellectual Property Manager at the Instituto Nacional de Tecnología Agropecuaria (INTA). He has published several articles about patents in the region.

Essay: Challenges of Innovation: Technology Development and Intellectual Property Rights in Latin America. 

Germán Linzer, President Néstor Kirchner Fellow 2013-2014, successfully completed an enriching academic exchange at The New School

What is it like to be a Néstor Kirchner Fellow?, by Germán Linzer

+ Public Lecture by Germán Linzer, PNK Fellow 2013-2014

+ Watch the video of his Public Lecture 

+ Read Germán Linzer's Working Paper


maria villa solaMaría Villa, Colombia

She holds a Bachelor's and a Master's degree in Philosophy specialized on Politics and Ethics, Universidad Nacional de Colombia. In the first years of her professional career she worked as editor, translator and proofreader for many institutional and cultural publications. More recently, she has worked as consultant, researcher and cultural manager for the development of programs of cultural citizenship and fostering of the arts and arts pedagogy for the Ministry of Culture of Colombia and Bogota's governments. She focuses on publishing project management for fine and visual arts and literature, and cultural transformation programs in a democratic perspective.

Essay: Meaningful experiences and Art mediation research laboratories. 

+ María Villa, President Néstor Kirchner Fellow 2013-2014, successfully completed an enriching academic exchange at The New School

+ What is it like to be a President Néstor Kirchner Fellow?, by María Villa

+ Public Lecture by María Villa and Fernando Kleiman, 2013-2014 PNK Fellows 

+ Read María Villa's Working Paper 


kleiman soloFernando Kleiman, Brasil

He holds a BA in Economics, University of São Paulo, Brazil (USP) and a Masters Degree in Sociology, University of Brasilia, Brazil (UnB). He specializes in Public Policies and Governmental Management. In the early years of his carreer he coordinated a program of assistance for grass roots movements and citizenship groups on the poor surroundings of the city of São Paulo, at the USP. More recently he served as General Coordinator of the Popular Cooperatives Incubator at the University of São Paulo and Advisor for the Solidarity Economy of the Unitrabalho Foundation, and he represented the Brazilian government in some international forums. Recently, he has teached on graduate courses of political sciences.
At the present time, he works as a Special Advisor for the Minister and former Advisor of the Vice-Minister in the Ministry of Social Development, Brazil. He also teaches on graduate courses of political. He has published several articles and books about Solidarity Economy, Public Policies e Social Policies in Brazil.

Essay: Productive Inclusion: Decent work as a right and not an an obligation. 


+ Fernando Kleiman, President Néstor Kirchner Fellow 2013-2014, successfully completed an enriching academic exchange at The New School

+ What is it like to be a President Néstor Kirchner Fellow?, by Fernando Kleiman

+ Public Lecture by María Villa and Fernando Kleiman, 2013-2014 PNK Fellows  

+ Read Fernando Kleiman's Working Paper


Call 2012-2013

minaverry bienCecilia María Minaverry, Argentina

She is a lawyer specializing in tax law from the Universidad de Buenos Aires. She holds a Masters in International Studies from the University of the Basque Country and is a Doctoral Candidate of Law and Social Sciences at the School of Law and Social Sciences at the Universidad Nacional de Córdoba. Currently, she is a lawyer in the permanent staff at the Federal Public Revenue Administration, Córdoba Regional Office. She was Member of research project: "Territorial Sociodemography Displacement" based at the Center for Research and Studies on Culture and Society, CONICET, National University of Córdoba.

Essay: The Failure of the Formula "ICSID + TIBs" During the 2001 Crisis in Argentina.

 

+ Cecilia María Minaverry, President Néstor Kirchner Fellow 2012-2013, successfully completed an enriching academic exchange at The New School 

What is it like to be a President Néstor Kirchner Fellow?, by Cecilia Minaverry

+ Public Lecture by Cecilia Minaverry, First PNK Fellow 2012-2013 

+ Read Cecilia Minaverry´s Working Paper


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Lucas Noura de Moraes Rego Guimaraes, Brazil

He holds a Masters in Law and Public Policy from the University Center of Brasilia – UniCEUB. He holds a Law degree from the University Center of Brasilia – UniCEUB. He served as a legal advisor to the Federal Attorney in the National Electric Energy Agency (ANEEL) of Brazil. Currently, he is a PhD candidate at the Freie Universität Berlin, Germany. He has published several articles in specialized journals, including in legal research for conferences in Brazil.

Essay: Energy Integration based of Renewable Sources as a Means of Development.

 

+ Lucas Noura Guimaraes, President Néstor Kirchner Fellow 2012-2013, successfully completed an enriching academic exchange at The New School

+ What is it like to be a President Néstor Kirchner Fellow?, by Lucas Noura Guimaraes

+ Public Lecture by Lucas Noura Guimaraes and Roland Álvarez, 2012-2013 PNK Fellows

+ Watch the video of his Public Lecture

+ Read Lucas Noura´s Working Paper


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Roland Jeremy Álvarez Chavez, Peru

He holds a Masters in Development Studies from the Erasmus University Rotterdam of Holland. He holds a BA in Sociology from the Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos of Lima, Peru. Roland is also a LGBT activist for the Homosexual Movement of Lima (Mhol). He specializes in social development projects, with emphasis on health issues, citizen participation, human rights, surveillance and advocacy, and social research projects. He is the editor of Annual Report 2005. Situation of human rights of lesbian, trans, gay and bisexual men in Peru, MHOL, Lima, 2006.

Essay: Reproduction of Exclusion, Marginalization and Poverty in the LTGB Community of Peru.

 

+ Roland Álvarez Chavez, President Néstor Kirchner Fellow 2012-2013, successfully completed an enriching academic exchange at The New School 

+ What is it like to be a President Néstor Kirchner Fellow?, by Roland Álvarez Chávez

+ Public Lecture by Lucas Noura Guimaraes and Roland Álvarez, 2012-2013 PNK Fellows

+ Watch the video of his Public Lecture

+ Read Roland Jeremy Álvarez Chavez´s Working Paper


Call 2011-2012

lucila rossoLucila Agustina Rosso, Argentina

She holds a Law degree from Universidad de Buenos Aires and is a Master in International Relations and Negotiations candidate from the Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO), Universidad de San Andrés and Universidad de Barcelona. She worked at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, the Security Ministry and the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights.

Essay: The Determinants in the Debt Relief with the IMF. The Debt Prepayment of Argentina and Brazil.

 

+ Lucila Rosso, First President Néstor Kirchner Fellow 2011-2012, successfully completed an enriching academic exchange at The New School

+ What is it like to be a President Néstor Kirchner Fellow?, by Lucila Rosso

+ Public Lecture by Lucila Rosso, First PNK Fellow

+ Watch the video of her Public Lecture

+ Read Lucila Rosso´s Working Paper


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Erika Paredes Sánchez, Ecuador

She holds a Masters in Development Studies from the Graduate Institute of International Development Studies (IHEID), Geneva, and is currently working with the Government of Ecuador where she is focused on the environmental initiative, Yasuní-ITT. Previously, she worked at UNDP in Quito as a consultant on Capacity Development and Aid Effectiveness, as well as a Program Analyst in Monitoring and Evaluation. She also co-authored the book The Application of UNDP/ART's governance and local development methodology in Latin America.

Essay: The Union of South American Nations: at the onset of a socio-regional integration.

 

Erika Paredes Sánchez, Second President Néstor Kirchner Fellow 2011-2012, successfully completed an enriching academic exchange at The New School

+ What is it like to be a President Néstor Kirchner Fellow?, by Erika Paredes Sánchez

+ Public Lecture by Erika Paredes Sánchez and Mauricio Santoro Rocha, 2011-2012 PNK Fellows

+ Watch the video of her Public Lecture

+ Read Erika Paredes' Working Paper


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Mauricio Santoro Rocha, Brazil

He is a journalist and holds a PhD in Political Science. He is a Professor at the Getulio Vargas Foundation. Previously, he was a reporter for the Brazilian newspaper O Globo and was an International Cooperation Officer in the Brazilian Institute of Social and Economic Analysis (IBASE). He has worked in the Ministry of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade and was a member of the National Youth Council of the Secretariat-General of the Presidency of the Republic. Additionally, Mr. Rocha is the author of Contemporary Dictatorships (forthcoming, in Portuguese) and of 20 academic papers and book chapters.

Essay: Democracy and Foreign Policy in Brazil.

 

+ Mauricio Santoro Rocha, Third President Néstor Kirchner Fellow 2011-2012, successfully completed an enriching academic exchange at The New School

+ What is it like to be a President Néstor Kirchner Fellow?, by Mauricio Santoro Rocha

+ Public Lecture by Erika Paredes Sánchez and Mauricio Santoro Rocha, 2011-2012 PNK Fellows

+ Watch the video of his Public Lecture

+ Read Mauricio Santoro Rocha´s Working Paper

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