Universidad de Otavalo
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Candidate for a Ph.D. in Advanced Studies in Human Rights from Carlos III University of Madrid, Spain. M.A. in Human Rights and Multi-level Governance from the University of Padua, Italy. Also, he is a lecturer and researcher in the Law Department at the University of Otavalo.
Linguistic Rights, Access to Justice, and Intercultural Interpretation in Ecuador
The objective of this paper is to address the implications of these processes of conservation of languages of indigenous people in the region. It is essential for the state to guarantee the right to use the languages of various cultures present in its territory, which will allow not only the conservation of these languages, but also the strengthening of the cultures that speak them.