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Eduardo González
Eduardo González is a Peruvian sociologist, writer and university professor. He was the Director of Public Hearings and Victim Protection for the Peruvian Truth Commission and went on to advise more than 20 truth commissions and transitional justice processes around the world from Mali to Colombia, and Sri Lanka to the U.S. Eduardo was the Truth and Memory Program Director at the International Center for Transitional Justice. He has taught at the New School for Social Research and Brooklyn College in New York City. As the Global South Coordinator for the Coalition on the International Criminal Court, he helped organize across civil societies in the Americas, Africa and Asia to bring the Court into being. As a cinephile who believes in the power of good storytelling, he knows that the human rights field must focus on how to create compelling narratives. Eduardo divides his time between New York City and Lima, Peru.

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