Rebecca Lemos Igreja
Invited Researcher of DEA Programme Stay in France: from January 4 to February 10, 2018
Published at 12 January 2018
Rebecca Lemos Igreja is an anthropologist, professor and master's and doctoral director of the Department of Latin American Studies at the University of Brasília. She was also a professor at Harvard University. Her PhD was done in Anthropology at the University of Brasilia and later she completed a post-doctorate at EHESS. She is Director of the Interdisciplinary Studies Laboratory on Access to Justice and Rights in the Americas - LEIJUS and the Comparative Studies Group on Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean - MeCACB. In addition, Rebecca is the editor-in-chief of the "Abya- Yala" Journal: Access to Justice and Law in the Americas. Finally, she has conducted research in Brazil, Mexico, France, Algeria and the United States on topics such as: racism, discrimination, ethnic and racial categories, collective rights, access to justice, public policies and judicial reforms.
Access to justice and rights in the Americas
Racism, Discrimination, Ethnic and Racial Categories, Collective Rights, Access to Justice, Public Policy, Judicial Reform
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