Domingo Lovera-Parmo

Domingo Lovera-Parmo is associate professor of law at Universidad Diego Portales (Chile). Ll.M. Columbia University (2007, Human Rights Fellow – Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar), Ph.D. Osgoode Hall Law School. His research focuses on the right to protest and constitutional law, social rights and constitutional rights of children. He teaches constitutional law at Universidad Diego Portales, where he is also researcher for the Public Law Program.

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Protests, Riots, Inequality and a New Constitution for Chile

Protests, Riots, Inequality and a New Constitution for Chile

Chile is in the middle of constitutional upheaval as president Piñera announced — although in a vague and obscure fashion — the need to reach a social agreement in order to have a new Constitution. After almost a month of massive ...