Ezequiel Jimenez is a PhD Candidate at Middlesex University (United Kingdom), currently working at Amnesty International. Before starting his PhD, Ezequiel was the Human Rights Officer in the Province of Salta’s House Chamber (Argentina), and later a research adviser at the School of Global Studies at the University of Gothenburg (Sweden). He held other research positions, including lead advisor on Global Governance for the Foundation for the Development of Sustainable Policies (Argentina). Currently he is part of the Editorial Board of En Letra Penal (University of Buenos Aires). Ezequiel has a double summa cum laude BA in Political Science and International Relations from Macalester College (United States), and an MA (with distinction) in Human Rights Policy as an Erasmus Mundus Scholar (European Union) at the University of Roehampton (UK), Gothenburg (Sweden) and Tromsø (Norway). He is a graduate of the United World Colleges (Red Cross Nordic), and a fellow of the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (London United Kingdom).
- Jimenez, Ezequiel “Hybrid Tribunals as Capacity Building: Narrowing the Impunity Gap?” Master’s thesis, UiT Norges arktiske universitet (2015).
- Jimenez, Ezequiel “¿Hacia un Nuevo (Des) Orden Internacional? El caso de Crimea” En Letra: Año I, número 2, (2014).
- Jimenez, Ezequiel “Seeking Global Reform: The United Nations Security Council, the International Criminal Court, and Emerging Nations,” Macalester International: Vol. 30, Article 10 (2012).