The book was edited by Finance, Government and International Relations professors María Claudia Romero, Director of the Social Responsibility and Sustainability graduate programs, and Óscar Iván Pérez, Professor-Researcher of the Masters in Social Responsibility and Sustainability.
Luis Ernesto Gómez, the book author, together with the Academic Coordination of the Master’s in Public Policies and Government, and the Specialization in Government, Management, and Public Affairs programs, invite to the Conference on May 24, 2018.
Participants in the Student Consulting Fair took on the challenge of addressing public problems and their solutions proposals, before the Externadista community.
Students of Methods of Analysis and Public Policies of the Government and International Relations Program and CAPSTONE teams will take on the challenge of addressing public problems and their solution proposals, in front of an academic, non-specialized audience, and classmates.
The call is open to Finance, Government and International Relations, Economics, and Business Administration, eighth-semester and up, undergraduate students, as well as graduate students.
The International Bar Association’s Human Rights Institute offered support to the JEP and provided contacts with International Peace Commissions to minimize errors in the implementation of the Justice for Peace. Meanwhile, magistrate Alejandro Ramelli presented the advances made.
The Masters in International Affairs program invites undergraduate and postgraduate students, and all interested in observing and international follow-up of the Special Justice for Peace in Colombia, to the Conference “International Observation of Trials: Debate in light of the Special Jurisdiction For Peace.”
The Externado Finance, Government and International Relations Faculty will train, in the coming months, more than 200 officials, in a joint project with the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit, the Swiss Agency for Cooperation, and the firm AECOM.
A joint project among students of FIGRI Masters’ Programs, the Ministry of Commerce, Industry, and Tourism, and the Peace and Reconciliation Foundation explores the challenges and opportunities in the tourism sector to build peace through sustainable development in Colombia.
The Finance, Government and International Relations Center for Studies and Services on Contemporary India and South Asia – CESICAM – welcomed Binaya Shrestha, Honorary Colombia Consul in Nepal, as part of an exploratory cooperation visit.