Associate Professor of International Public Law and International Relations, University of Seville, Spain
Miguel Ángel Martín López has a degree in Law (1996), a degree in Political Science (1998) and a PhD in International Law (2000). He was a scholarship holder for university teacher training from the Ministry of Education and is currently a full professor of International Public Law at the University of Seville. He is also by opposition international cooperation technician of the Diputación de Córdoba, having developed his professional activity there for almost fifteen years, with projects in Latin America, Maghreb and sub-Saharan Africa, being since 2016 on leave of absence. He participated in the creation of the Chair of Hunger and Poverty Studies at the University of Cordoba in 2005 and is a member of the steering committee of the Spanish Right to Food Observatory as well as the French Lascaux Center for Transitions. He has been awarded several research prizes on agricultural and food law research issues by Casa África, FAO Mexico and the Generalitat de Catalunya.