Directrice du programme sur la biodiversité et les peuples autochtones, Société péruvienne pour le droit environnemental (SPDA)
Lawyer with more than 25 years of experience in the public and private sector. Currently director of the Biodiversity and Indigenous Peoples Program of the Peruvian Society for Environmental Law (SPDA), responsible for the incorporation of this matters in this important national institution. Member of the Forestry and Wildlife Court of OSINFOR, where she promotes the inclusion of the intercultural approach for the granting of rights to indigenous peoples.She leads projects with national impact and with emphasis on key Amazonian regions such as Loreto and Madre de Dios. Her work in organizations such as SPDA and OSINFOR has improved the situation of the Amazonian indigenous population in Peru, contributing to the legal security of more than 5 million hectares of indigenous territories and the incorporation of an intercultural approach in public policies such as the granting of forest rights and land tenure. Guest Professor: IDEPUCH Democracy and Human Rights Institute of the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Universidad Científica del Sur, Universidad de San Marcos, among others.Currents grants: Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, ReWild, AFD - Agence Française de Développement, AAF - Andes Amazon Fund, the Gift Funds, among others.
Protéger les Arbres de vie : Rassembler les agendas du climat et de la biodiversité
Protéger la planète et les peuples