CEO, Auditoria DC
Researcher and Consultant, University of Chiapas, Institute of Judicial Research
Corina is a researcher based in Mexico and since 2007 she has been working on the intersection of gender, drug offenses and incarceration, conducting comparative research on Latin America, with field work mainly in Mexican female prisons. Corina has also done empirical and legal research on children with incarcerated parents, with a focus on drug policy.
Other areas of her research are alternatives to incarceration – particularly drug courts – and the process of reentry after prison for formerly incarcerated women and their families. Currently she is conducting research on women drug users and access to treatment in Mexico.
Corina works with the University of Chiapas and Equis Justicie for Women, a feminist in NGO; they are both based in Mexico. Also, she works as a consultant to international and Inter-American organisations, such as the UN, COPOLAD and OAS, as well as international NGOs. In the future, Corina intends to continue with advocacy and public policy-oriented research on gender and drug policy, but also to start focusing on children in the drug trade and organised crime.
CEO, Auditoria DC
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