María Carmelina Londoño

  • Professor of International Law, Universidad de La Sabana, Colombia


She has been appointed as an expert before the Inter-American Court of Human Rights and as a consultant for the Colombian State, as well as to international organizations. She has extensive experience in research in the field of International Human Rights Law and the Inter-American System. Author of numerous articles published in academic journals, collective works and research books; she has participated as a speaker and organizer in different national and international events in her areas of expertise. She is currently the Director of the Master’s in International Law and Co-Director of the Research Group on International Law and Human Rights. The International Law research group investigates current problems of international law from a humanist perspective that considers human dignity as the basis of all rights.

Academic biography…

Research topics

  1. (Shared) Responsibility in the field of business and human rights
  2. Comparative approaches (European and Latin-American) to global debates on business and human rights/ Responsible business conduct [corporate obligations towards human rights and reparations to victims]
  3. Biotechnology, morality clauses and human rights [together with Juan Fernando, my husband]

Contributions to

Justice / Law (Preview Response)
Discipline(s): Law
Theology: Justice