ELAG has among its teachers the most outstanding leaders,
progressive public figures and intellectuals from Latin America.
Adolfo PÃ © rez Esquivel (Argentina) - Nobel Peace Prize. Activist for Human Rights and democracy.
Worship Guamán (Ecuador) - Doctor of Law, specialist in labor law, university professor and researcher.
Alberto Fernández (Argentina) - President of the Argentine Republic
Alicia barcena (Mexico) - CEPAL Executive Secretariat
Alvaro Garcia Linera (Bolivia) - Former Vice President of the Plurinational State of Bolivia.
Anahi Durand (Peru) - Sociologist / Minister of Women and Vulnerable Populations of Peru
Angela Figueredo (Brazil) - Professor and researcher Reconcavo University
Baltasar Garzón (Spain) - Former judge of the Spanish National Court
Beatriz Gimeno (Spain) - Director of the Institute for Women of Spain
benjamin alberti (Argentina) - Professor and researcher at Framingham College, United States
Blaise Radi (Argentina) - Professor and researcher UBA
Bruno Bimbi (Argentina Brazil) - Journalist, writer and doctor of language studies
Camilla Croso (Brazil) - Former president of the Latin American Campaign for the Right to Education
Carlos Alvarez Nazareno (Argentina) - Anti-racist activist, sociologist / UNIAFRO / UNSAM.
Charles Figari (Argentina / Spain) - Sociologist, teacher and researcher at CONICET
carmen beramendi (Uruguay) - Former National Director of the National Institute of Women
Carol Proner (Brazil) - Lawyer. Member of the Puebla Group and of the Brazilian Association of Jurists for Democracy. ELAG Executive Coordinator.
Cecilia Nicolini (Argentina) - Advisor to the Presidency of the Nation of Argentina
Celsus Amorim (Brazil) - Former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Brazil.
David Edwards (USA) - Secretary General of Education International
Diego Golombek (Argentina) - Executive Director of INET, Ministry of Education of the Nation. Researcher and disseminator
Diego Hurtado de Mendoza (Argentina) - Secretary of Planning and Policies in Science, Technology and Innovation, MINCyT
Dilma Rousseff (Brazil) - Former president of the Republic of Brazil.
Dora Barrancos (Argentina) - Feminist, social researcher, advisor to the Presidency of the Argentine Nation
Eleonora Menicucci (Brazil) - Former Secretariat of Women of Brazil during the government of Dilma Rousseff
Elizabeth Gomez Alcorta (Argentina) - Minister of Women, Gender and Diversity of the Nation
Erica Hynes (Argentina) - Provincial deputy of Santa Fe. CONICET researcher
Ernesto samper (Colombia) - Former President of the Republic of Colombia and former Secretary General of UNASUR
Esperanza Martínez (Paraguay) - Former Minister of Public Health and Social Welfare of Paraguay
Eugenio Zaffaroni(Argentina) - Judge of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights. Former Judge of the Supreme Court of the Nation of Argentina
Gabriela cerruti (Argentina) - National Deputy and journalist
Gaspard estrada - Executive Director of the Political Observatory of Latin America and the Caribbean (OPALC) of the Sciences Po University, France
Gerard Pisarello (Spain) - Lawyer, deputy and former vice mayor of Barcelona
Gisele ricobom (Brazil) - Lawyer, Doctor in Human Rights and university professor
Guillaume Long (Ecuador) - Former Chancellor of the Republic of Ecuador
Ignatius ramonet (Spain / France) - Former director of Le Monde
IRene Montero (Spain) - Minister of Equality of the Government of Spain
Jean Wyllys (Brazil) - Brazilian journalist and politician. Former federal deputy
JBarbosa Becerra (Argentina / Colombia) - Researcher UBA / UNTREF
Jorge Alemán (Argentina / Spain) - Psychoanalyst and writer
José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero (Spain) - Former President of the Government of Spain
Jose "Pepe" Mujica (Uruguay) - Former President of the Oriental Republic of Uruguay
Juarez Tavarez (Brazil) - Former Deputy Attorney General of the Republic of Brazil. Specialist teacher in criminal law.
Julian Macías Tovar (Spain) - Activist against digital disinformation and specialist in social networks
karina olive (Chili) - Political scientist and former candidate for the governorship of Santiago
Luciano Galup (Argentina) - Specialist in social media, political communication and data analysis
Manuela D'Avila (Brazil) - Politician and journalist. Former federal and state deputy.
Maria Viveros Vigoya (Colombia) - Former president of LASA and professor at the National University of Colombia.
Marcelo Cereijido (Argentina) - CINVESTAV, Renyu.
Marcia rivera hernandez (Puerto Rico) - Social researcher, political analyst and international consultant in human development. Former executive secretary of CLACSO
Marco Enriquez-Ominami (Chili) - Former deputy and presidential candidate. Filmmaker. Founder of the Puebla Group.
Maria Eugenia Rodriguez Palop (Spain) - MEP and professor at Universidad Carlos III
Maria Fernanda Beigel (Argentina) - Institute of Human, Social and Environmental Sciences, CONICET
Maria Vanina Martinez (Argentina) - Researcher at CONICET / UNS / Sadosky Foundation
Mariela Castro (Cuba) - Director of the National Center for Sexual Education of Cuba. Deputy to the National Assembly of People's Power
Michael Cohen (USA) - Director of the Doctorate Program in Public and Urban Policies of the New School
Moira perez (Argentina) - Researcher and teacher UBA / CONICET
Nadine Gasman (Mexico) - Director of the National Institute for Women
Natalia Aruguete (Argentina) - Researcher (CONICET) and journalist
Nicolas Trotta (Argentina) - Minister of Education of the Nation of Argentina
Nilma Lino Gomes (Brazil) - Former Minister of Racial Equality of Brazil during the government of Dilma Rousseff.
Osmund Pinho (Brazil) - Professor and researcher Reconcavo University
Pablo Gentile (Argentina) - Secretary of Educational Cooperation and Priority Actions of the Ministry of Education of the Nation. ELAG Executive Coordinator
Patricia villegas (Colombia venezuela) - President of TeleSur
Paula Viturro (Argentina) - Researcher and teacher UBA
Pedro Serrano (Brazil) - Constitutional lawyer and professor of constitutional law
Ricardo Lodi Ribeiro (Brazil) - Lawyer. Dean of the Rio de Janeiro State University. Former National Treasury Attorney
Richard Stucker (Brazil) - Official photographer of the Presidency of Brazil during the two terms of Lula Da Silva
Rita bosaho (Spain) - General Director of Equal Treatment and Ethnic Racial Diversity of the Ministry of Equality of Spain
Rita Segato (Argentina) - Researcher, teacher, anthropologist and feminist
Roberto Carles (Argentina) - Argentine Ambassador to the Republic of Italy.
Rocio Medina Martin (Spain) - Professor and researcher University of Barcelona
Silvina Romano (Argentina) - Doctor in Political Science and researcher at CONICET
Siobhan Warrior Mac Manus (Mexico) - Teacher and researcher UNAM
Vernor Munoz (Costa Rica) - Former United Nations Special Rapporteur for the Right to Education
Victor Santa Maria (Argentina) - Former Deputy of PARLASUR. Union leader