It is our great pleasure to introduce three new IntLawGrrls contributors!
Camila Gianella Msc, PhH has worked as researcher and consultant for projects on sexual an reproductive rights, the right to health, tuberculosis, mental health and transitional justice. She has also as a counselor in HIV and Tuberculosis services, and with asylum seekers. Gianella is working as a researcher at Chr. Michelsen Institute, Bergen, Norway.
Marta Rodriguez de Assis Machado has Master’s (2004) and PhD (2007) degrees in Philosophy and Theory of Law at University of Sao Paulo. Since 2007, Marta has been a full time professor at the Getulio Vargas Foundation Law School in Sao Paulo, a researcher at the Brazilian Center of Analysis and Planning (CEBRAP), and a global fellow at the Centre on Law & Social Transformation (CMI/ Univ of Bergen).
María Angélica Peñas Defago has a PhD in Law and Social Sciences, National Universityof Cordoba (UNC), Argentina. Assistant Professor of Legal Sociology, School of Law, National University of Cordoba. Researcher and Professor in the Sexual and Reproductive Rights Program, School of Law, UNC. Post-doctorate Fellow of the National Council of Scientific and Technical Research, Argentina (CONICET / CIJS-UNC).