Catalina Botero is the Dean of the law school at Universidad de los Andes in Bogotá, Colombia, and founding partner of DeJusticia Colombia. She served as the Special Rapporteur for Freedom of Expression for the Organization of American States’ Inter-American Commission on Human Rights from 2008 to 2014 as well as Auxiliary Magistrate at the Constitutional Court of Colombia for several periods. Botero previously held a number of public and private nonprofit posts in Colombia. She is also a member of the awards committee of the Columbia University Global Freedom of Expression Prize. Botero received her law degree from Universidad de los Andes and went on to complete her postgraduate studies in public management, administrative and constitutional law, and human rights.
The volume takes a broad view of recent social, political, and economic developments in Latin America. It contains six essays, focused on salient and cross-cutting themes, that try to construct a thread or narrative about the highly diverse region, highlighting its main idiosyncrasies and analyzing where it might be headed in coming years.
Catalina Botero, abogada y decana de la Facultad de Derecho de la Universidad de Los Andes y Michael Camilleri, director del programa Peter D. Bell de estado de derecho, analizan los retos a los que se enfrentará el gobierno de Ivan Duque y el estado del país que ha heredado.