Area: International Public Law and International Relations
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Núria Camps Mirabet is a lecturer in International Public Law and International Relations at the Faculty of Law, Economics and Tourism of the University of Lleida. Her main research topics in recent years have been focused on the international protection of human rights, in particular from the gender perspective, analyzes the relationship between gender and sustainable development, the concept of violence in the international and regional legal framework, as well the rights of children addressing issues such as the best interests of the minor or the sanction of child sexual exploitation. Some of them are: Violence against women: international and regional legal framework (2017), Gender and sustainable development (2016), International legal framework applicable to the repression and sanction of child sexual exploitation (2015), The principle of the minor's best interests: international regulatory framework and application in domestic law (2007). He has held several positions: attached to the Vice President for International Relations and Cooperation and Director of the Office of Cooperation and Solidarity where he has participated in various projects for development cooperation (University of Cuenca-Ecuador, University Cheikh Anta Diop of Dakar, Senegal) has Headed the Technical Committee for the evaluation of international cooperation projects. Currently holds the position of vici-dean of institutional relations and employability. She has been named a member, by the Catalan Ombudsman and the Human Rights Institute, as a member of the Advisory Council for the Structure of Human Rights of Catalonia (2017).