Juan Pablo Bohoslavsky
Juan Pablo Bohoslavsky is a researcher at the National Council for Scientific and Technical Research of Argentina (CONICET) at the National University of Río Negro. Between 2014 and 2020 he was an independent expert on debt and human rights at the UN.
Science and pandemic: an epistemology for human rights
The prevailing approach to understanding the pandemic overlooks the fact that the pandemic is a complex phenomenon, in which the social and political play as important ...
IMF and human rights through art
The video documentary series on "IMF and Human Rights" and the podcast "Promise is Debt" are political and cultural tools to limit the control of finance over our ...
What the IMF and neoliberals can learn from human rights
Human rights have the power and mandate to challenge the orthodox economic policies that the IMF promotes.
Rising household debt: curse or blessing for human rights?
Bad social policies and predatory bank practices are forcing larger numbers of people into personal debt, with serious consequences for key human rights and overall ...
The vicious spiral of economic inequality and financial crises
There is compelling evidence that economic inequality is both a result of, and contributor to, economic crises