Alejandra Mera

Alejandra is a Ph.D. candidate in Criminology from the University of Cambridge (England). She possesses a Master’s in criminal justice and Human Rights from the University of Queen's (Belfast, United Kingdom), and a B.A. in Legal and Social Sciences from the University of Chile. As an expert in criminology, she directs the Criminological Studies Group of the Universidad Diego Portales’ Law Faculty in Chile through a modality that incorporates students in research. She has also been a consultant for UNICEF where she conducted a study on the "Model of Restorative Justice for Youth in Conflict with the Criminal Law". She has been a consultant for the Justice Studies Center of the Americas (JSCA) and since August 2018 has been the Director of the Law Degree at the Universidad Diego Portales in Chile.

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Leaders in Citizen Security and Justice Management for the Caribbean (edX)

Learn about the latest in prevention, police and justice modernization, and social rehabilitation. The high rates of crime and violence are two of the main challenges that affect the citizens of Latin America and the Caribbean. That is why the public policies of citizen security are prioritized in the [...]
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