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Education, Honors & Awards
Artemia Fabre is the President of Dialogo y Movimiento, A.C. She has been the owner of her company for approximately 12 years. She says that she works for intercultural public services, tries to push a regional agenda, and works with indigenous prisoners in jail providing legal defense. She also works with interpreters to ensure that the prisoners can understand everything. Artemia’s expertise are in anthropology, research, coordination and organization. She has a Doctoral Degree in Judicial Anthropology from Universidad Auotonoma Metropolitana Iztapalapa and graduated in 2005. She belongs to the Colegio de Etnnologos y Antropologos Sociales, A.C & Latin American Network of Judicial Anthropology. Artemia does seminar and conferences both internationally and nationally and speaks about the work that she has been doing. In the next few years she hopes to be working in coordination with another association to push the agendas for indigenous people and due process, hopefully in a regional agenda. She is looking forward to networking and connecting with other like-minded professionals, and to gaining the recognition and credibility of being a member.
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