Pablo Santos-Pineda uses the Human Rights Measurement Initiative scores to evaluate El Salvador’s performance in fulfilling the right to education. This performance has been poor, and many children would benefit from strategic changes in its policies
Using Human Rights Measurement Initiative methodology to evaluate how the United States performs on human rights, Pablo Cesar Santos-Pineda reveals the country has been failing to meet its obligations in relation to education, food, health, housing and work. This failure represents an opportunity for the governing US Democrats
Pablo holds an MA in International Affairs from the Julien J. Studley Graduate Programs in International Affairs at The New School, New York.
His research interests include post-development discourses relating to indigenous approaches to economics and politics, and examining regulatory frameworks governing agricultural development in the Global South.
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