21 Sep 2021
Pagar, huir o morir: Los efectos de la extorsión en la crisis migratoria centroamericana
Gerardo Carballo Barral has more than ﬁve years’ experience in the development of research analysis, advocacy and knowledge management in the ﬁeld of migrant human rights and the formulation of public policies focused on young people in Latin America and the Caribbean. He has worked for organizations such as the International Federation of Red Cross, the United Nations Development Programme and the Norwegian Refugee Council.
Lecturer, Macquarie University
Professor, Universidad del Rosario
Former Senior Policy Analyst for Transnational Organized Crime, United States Office of National Drug Control Policy
Special Agent, U.S. Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) Chair and Professor of National Security Studies, George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies
Matthew Flinders Distinguished Professor and Strategic / Professor of Criminology Director, Centre for Crime Policy & Research
Independent human rights researcher
Human Rights Defender, Oaxaca Consortium
Senior Fellow, Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime
Development consultant on natural resource governance and peace-building
Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy, Brookings Institution
Researcher, Center for Studies on Transnational Organized Crime (CeCOT), IRI, UNLP.