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    Nicolas Dousdebes

    Nicolas Dousdebes (he/him) is a graduate student in the joint master’s degree in the Peace and Conflicts Studies (PACS) program at U of M (Peace and Conflict Studies (MA) | Explore UM | University of Manitoba (umanitoba.ca). He is a journalist and university instructor/professor with a master’s degree in international relations by the Institute for Higher National Studies (Ecuador). 

    His professional experience is linked to teaching and researching on Communication and Social Sciences at Salesian University in Ecuador (Universidad Politécnica Salesiana – UPS). He has also worked as academic writing tutor (UM) and articles translator for Abya-Yala editorial house and the Canadian Museum of Human Rights. He is an experienced writer in the fields of communication studies, international relations, and peace and conflicts studies.  

    The main human rights topics he is more passionate about are creating awareness among the youths, decolonization of public monuments, storytelling, and inclusiveness for people living with disabilities.