Clarice Seixas Duarte holds a PhD in philosophy and general theory of law from the Faculty of Law, University of São Paulo. Her research topic was “the public right to elementary education in 1988 Brazilian constitution”. She is a professor in the Graduate Program in Political and Economic Law at Mackenzie Presbyterian University, where she leads the research group “Law and Public Policies”. Her research focuses human rights, with particular emphasis on the implementation of social rights and the role of education and health policies in ending poverty and reducing social inequalities. She is also one of the authors of the book “Judicialization of Health: View from the Executive Branch” (Judicialização da Saúde: A visão do Poder Executivo) and the ASAP Brazil co-chair, and the ASAP Brazil Right to Education Project Main Coordinator.
Thana Cristina de Campos is a DPhil from University of Oxford. Her main areas of research interest are moral and political philosophy, global justice and institutional reforms. Her research focuses on the responsibilities for the global health crisis. Her recent book, Transnational Corporations and Human Rights – Pharmaceutical Corporations as a Case Study (in Portuguese, Ed.Forum, 2012) discusses what kind of moral responsibilities pharmaceutical firms have in relation to the right to health, focusing on the debates within the United Nations (particularly within the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, where was a research intern in 2008). Thana is the ASAP Brazil co-chair, and the ASAP Brazil Right to Health Research Group coordinator. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Inês Virgínia Prado Soares is Federal Judge in São Paulo/Brazil. She holds a MA (2000) and PhD (2007) in law from the Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC-SP). She was a post-doctoral researcher (2009/2010) at the Center for the Study of Violence at the University of São Paulo. Her research focuses on human rights in Brazil and the possible link between cultural heritage, social rights, human rights, and access to justice. Inês Soares is the ASAP Brazil co-chair, and the ASAP Brazil Access to Justice Research Group coordinator. (email@example.com).
Geisa de Assis Rodrigues is Regional Federal Prosecutor in São Paulo/Brazil. She holds a Master’s Degree at Law from Universidade do Rio de Janeiro (1996) and a Doctorate Degree at Law also at Universidade do Rio de Janeiro(2001). She is a teacher at Mackenzie Presbyterian University. She focuses on Civil-procedural Law and Constitucional Rights: acting on the following subjects: Alternative dispute resolutions, Prosecution Service, Citizen`s Rights Defense, Environmental Law, Access to Justice, Social Rights such as health and education rights as well as studies regarding the effectiveness of indigenous peoples rights.
Rodrigo Oliveira Salgado holds a Ph.D. in Economic Law from the Faculty of Law, at São Paulo University. Professor at the undergraduate program at Mackenzie Presbyterian University Law School, his research topic focuses two main areas: the economic regulation of urban space and law & inequality. In both areas the aim is to investigate how legislation and Law itself can be a promoter of inequality, rather than a mean to exterminate it. Also, he leads a study group on the subject. His latest paper, published recently, aimed to investigate the origins of Frankfurt’s zoning law, trying to establish a connections between Germany economic policies and the creation of the modern urban zoning regulation.
Luiz Ismael Pereira is a bachelor at Law from Mackenzie University (2010). He has a Master Degree in Political and Economic Law (2013) and a Ph.D. in Political and Economic Law from Mackenzie University (2017). He is a Professor at Federal University of Viçosa Law Department (UFV). In the past, he was Professor at at Institute of Urban and Regional Planning and Research of Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (IPPUR-UFRJ) and 28th August Institute of Research. He focuses on Constitutional Law, Philosophy Law, Public Policies, Sociology Law and Latin America Studies.
Maria Lucia Indjaian Gomes da Cruz is a bachelor at Social Sciences from Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (1977). She holds Master’s degree from Mackenzie Presbyterian University (2004) and a Ph.D. from Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo in Education (2009). She is an assistant professor in the Business Administration Course at the Center for Applied Social Sciences and she is also an advisor at Institutional Academic Assessment Coordination Center of Mackenzie Presbyterian University.
Danielle Mendes Thame Denny is a university professor at FAAP and UNIP. Lawyer since 2001 holds a bachelor degree on Law (’01PUC/SP) postgraduate degrees on School of Government (’02USP), Tax Law (’03PUC/SP), Economic Diplomacy (’05UNICAMP) and International Relations (’09CLIO), master degree on Social Communication in Contemporaneity (’11FCL), PhD on International Environmental Law with CAPES scholarship (‘18UNISANTOS) and was a visiting associate researcher at YALE (’17).
Fabio Sampaio Mascarenhas Master’s candidate in Economic Law and Political Economy, Law School of the University of São Paulo. Bachelor of Law degree from the Law School of Mackenzie University, with Special Accreditation in Law and Development. Member of the research group Law and Underdevelopment: the Furtadian Challenge, at the Law School of the University of São Paulo. Member of the CNPq research group Social Rights and Public Policy at the Law School of Mackenzie University. Member of the studies group Discrimination Theories at the Law School of Mackenzie University. Member of the studies group Law, Constitution and Justice at the Law School of Mackenzie University. Member of the CNPq research group Legal Theory of the Market at the Law School of Mackenzie University. Formerly a member of the Work Group for the Rights of the Homeless (GT-Rua) of the Union’s Public Defendant’s Office. Researcher in the Economic Law and Anti-Discrimination Law areas. Lawyer.
Maykel Ponçoni PhD candidate and Master’s degree in Political and Economic Law from Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie, Ph.D. in Legal and Social Sciences from the Universidade Museo Social Argentino (2015), has a law degree from the University of Cuiabá (2000) and a Nursing from the Federal University of Mato Grosso (1997) Post-graduate degree in Public Law from Universidade Gama Filho. At the moment she is a technical professional of a higher level (licensed to study the master’s degree), at the Health Sector Correctional Unit of the State of Mato Grosso, researcher – Academics Stand Against Poverty, director in the International Network of Legal Excellence, has experience in educational activities Courses and lectures) – Social Service of Industry, postgraduate professor – Institutional MT Postgraduate with emphasis in administrative law, public management, auditing and presidency of the 2nd meeting of the State Council of Environment of MT.
Contacts and Partnerships
Vania Bogado de Souza Di Raimo
Ana Cláudia Ruy Cardia Atchabahian
Ana Gabriela Godinho Lima
Caroline Lopes Placca
Carolina Theodoro Mota Mourão
Daniel Francisco Nagao Menezes
Eunice Helena Sguizzardi Abascal
Fábio Ramazzini Bechara
Felipe Chiarello de Souza Pinto
Flávio de Leão Bastos Pereira
Gianpaolo Poggio Smanio
Irene Patrícia Nohara
Maria Paula Dallari Bucci
Patricia Ulson Pizarro Werner
Pedro Buck Avelino
Rodrigo Mindlin Loeb
Silvio Luis Almeida
Vania Bogado de Souza Di Raimo