The Colloquium also included the participation of Xavier Mena, deputy representative of the UN Human Rights Commissioner of the Regional Office for South America; Pilar Moraga, researcher of the (CR) 2; Julio Cordano, Head of the Department of Climate Change of Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Liliana Galdámez, researcher at the Universidad de Chile's Human Rights Center.
During the opening, Mena highlighted the importance of linking the Global Pact with Human Rights. Then, Moraga discussed the Global Pact initiative, its origin, ratification and the challenges is poses for the signatory parties. Parejo addressed the articulation of the Global Pact in the legal context of the European Union with a focus on the situation in Spain.
Cordano opened the second conversation with a description of Chile's position in international negotiations on the Global Pact. Lastly, Galdámez, addressed the contributions and challenges that the Global Pact would imply from the perspective of the Chilean Constitution.
Check the recording and presentations of the V Colloquium on International Environmental Law here.