Professors

Alfred Fernández

Ph.D. in Philosophy, Universidad Complutense (Spain). General Director of OIDEL, NGO with consultative status at the United Nations, UNESCO and the European Council. Former Director of the office of the National University of Distance Education (UNED) in Switzerland and Professor of Comparative Education at the University of Geneva. Member of UNESCO Chairs at Universidad de la Rioja and Universidad de Bergamo. Coordinator of NGO platforms on the right to education, cultural rights and cultural diversity (Human Rights Council).

Reynaldo Rivera

Ph.D. in Communication, Universidad de Navarra (Spain). Master in Methodology of Social Research, Universidad de La Sapienza (Italy). Professor of Marketing at the Communication Faculty of Universidad Austral (Argentina), Associate Professor of Marketing at the Communication Faculty of Universidad de Navarra (Spain) and Sociology of Communication/Specialized Journalism at the Universidad del Istmo (Guatemala). Former head of Banca Empresas for the NEA of Banca Nazionale del Lavoro. Founder and Director since 2005 of Intermedia Consulting, a consultancy based in Rome, Italy, dedicated to the research, design and evaluation of social marketing projects.

Verónica Roldán

Ph.D. in Communication, Universidad de Navarra (Spain). Master in Methodology of Social Research, Universidad de La Sapienza (Italy). Professor of Marketing at the Communication Faculty of the Universidad Austral (Argentina), Associate Professor of Marketing at the Communication Faculty of the Universidad de Navarra (Spain) and Sociology of Communication / Specialized Journalism at the Universidad del Istmo (Guatemala)

Former head of Banca Empresas for the NEA of Banca Nazionale del Lavoro. Founder and Director since 2005 of Intermedia Consulting, a consultancy based in Rome, Italy, dedicated to the research, design and evaluation of social marketing projects.

 

Andrea Maccarini

Professor of Sociology in the Department of Political Science, Law and International Studies at the University of Padua (Italy), where he teaches Sociology of Education and Social Policy. President of the Education section of the Italian Association of Sociology (AIS) and Italian representative on the board of directors of the OECD-Ceri (Center for Educational Reform and Innovation). Contributor to the Center for Social Ontology led by Margaret S. Archer (University of Warwick) and board member of the International Association for Critical Realism (IACR).

Juan Carlos Riofrío

Professor of Constitutional Law and Communication Law at University of the Hemispheres, where he has also been Dean of the Faculty of Law. He has three degrees, one specialty and two doctorates in Guayaquil, Quito, and Rome. Director of Ius Humani Law Journal. Author of twelve books of law and humanities, published in several countries in America and Europe, and of hundreds of academic articles.