Director of the Global Chair Nebrija-Santander on Migration and Human Rights, at Nebrija University in Madrid, Professor in Law, University of Bristol
Diego Acosta is Professor of Migration and European Law at the University of Bristol, where he is also International Strategic Lead for the Migration and Mobilities Research Centre. He is also the Director of the Global Chair Nebrija-Santander on Migration and Human Rights at Nebrija University in Madrid.
Professor Acosta is the author of more than 60 publications. His latest monograph (Cambridge University Press, 2018) looks at the legal construction of the national and the foreigner in South America from independence in the early 19th century until today. His new project analyses free movement of people regimes globally, and he has obtained funding from the Open Society Foundations.
Professor Acosta has testified before the parliaments of Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru on migration law reform, and has advised numerous governments, international organisations, law firms, political parties and NGOs in the USA, Europe, Latin America, the Caribbean and Africa. He has produced the written observations for the applicant submitted to the European Court of Justice in several cases.
Dec 05, 2023 09:22 am UTC| Politics
Javier Milei, who was elected as Argentinas new president on November 19, has promised to withdraw from the South American common market, Mercosur. This decision could have significant economic and social repercussions...