28 Jul 2022
Global Organized Crime Index, Latinoamérica y el Caribe
Josefina Salomón is a journalist and researcher specialized in human rights, social justice, organized crime and security issues in the Americas. Over the last two decades, she has travelled across Latin America and the Caribbean conducting research, reporting and advocacy for non-for-profit organizations, think tanks and media outlets.
She has worked with Amnesty International, InSight Crime, the International Organization for Migration, the Pan American Health Organization and FairSquare, a London-based human rights research and advocacy group. Her work has been published in media outlets including Vice, OZY, Newsweek, Al Jazeera, The Washington Post, The Guardian, El País and La Nación.
Specialist Compliance Officer, BNP Paribas
Professor, Northeastern University
Senior Lecturer in Criminology, Birmingham City University
PhD, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity
Professor, PUC Minas
Trust and Safety Manager APAC, Facebook
Peace and Development Specialist, UN Resident Coordinator's Office in Myanmar
Counsellor for Human Rights and International Organisations, MFA Luxembourg
Executive Director Police Services, Interpol
Founder, Ruth Freedom Pojman Advisory
Director of the West Africa Observatory, Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime
Adjunct Professor, George Mason University