Meet Our Advocates

Carlos René Asúnsolo Morales, Mexico
Tuesday, November 28, 2017

The Human Rights Advocates Program (HRAP) is pleased to highlight 2017 Advocate Carlos René Asúnsolo Morales of Mexico. 

Carlos is the Human Rights Project Leader at the Research Center for the Teaching and Learning of the Law (CEEAD). The center’s mission is to transform legal education in Mexico to train lawyers to be committed to the rule of law and human rights in Mexico. Carlos and his team have created a working group whose members come from civil society organizations and public institutions like the Supreme Court, the National Commission on Human Rights, and universities to develop a human rights educational model for law schools. CEEAD is also developing two manuals including an e-platform for human rights education for law schools. Additionally, Carlos volunteers with a migrant shelter and holds workshops so that residents can know their rights and learn about the legal system. Carlos holds a Masters in the Advanced Studies of Human Rights from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid and a Law Degree and a Masters in Applied Public Management from the Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey.

Click below to hear Carlos describe his work in his own words.