César Rodríguez-Garavito is founder of the Program on Global Justice and Human Rights and former Director of the Center for Socio-Legal Research at the University of the Andes. He is co-founder and former Executive Director of Dejusticia. He has been a visiting professor at New York University, Stanford University, Brown University, University of Melbourne, the European University Institute, the University of Pretoria (South Africa), the Getulio Vargas Foundation (Brazil) and Central European University.
His publications include Business and Human Rights: Beyond the End of the Beginning (Cambridge University Press, ed); Radical Deprivation on Trial: The Impact of Judicial Activism on Socioeconomic Rights in the Global South (Cambridge Univ. Press, coaut.); Compliance with Socioeconomic Rights Judgments (Cambridge, coed.),“Balancing Wealth and Health: the Battle over Intellectual Property and Access to Medicines in Latin America (Oxford, co-ed.); “Amphibious Sociology: Action-Research for a Multimedia World” (Current Sociology); “The Future of Human Rights: From Gatekeeping to Symbiosis” (Sur Journal); Law and Society in Latin America: A New Map (Routledge, ed.); “Ethnicity.gov: Global Governance, Indigenous Peoples and the Right to Prior Consultation in Social Minefields” (Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies); “Beyond the Courtroom: The Impact of Judicial Activism on Socioeconomic Rights in Latin America” (Texas Law Review); “Global Governance and Labor Rights: Codes of Conduct and Anti-Sweatshop Struggles in Global Apparel Factories in Mexico and Guatemala” (Politics & Society); and Law and Globalization from Below: Toward a Cosmopolitan Legality (Cambridge, co-ed.).