Beatriz Barreiro Carril has a Ph.D in Human Rights (Carlos III University, Madrid),and a Master in Law of the European Union (Free University of Brussels). Beatriz is Lecturer of International Law Rey Juan Carlos University, Madrid. She is an observer of the UNESCO Committee of Cultural Diversity and member of the Observatory Diversity and Cultural Rights (Fribourg University). She has taught in many master and doctoral programs (Toulouse Capitole University, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Universidad Tecnológica de Bolivar, Cartagena de Indias and Girona Univerity among others). She has participated in relevant international conferences including UNESCO Conferences. She currently directs the project A Tunisian-Spanish Bridge for Counteracting Violent Extremism and Xenophobia through the Right to Take Part in Cultural Life which is financed by the European Cultural Foundation and is being carried out in the context of the association ConArte International. Beatriz codirects the master on International Cultural Relations (OEI, Girona University) and teaches a course of cultural rights within the UNESCO project Entrepreneurs for Diversity (E4D): Strengthening regional creative industries in Mesoamerica.
Recent publications of Beatriz include How Can China Influence the Transatlantic Governance of Cultural Products in the Digital Age? The Journal of World Investment & Trade, Vol 19, 2018, Conversations About Indigenous Peoples and Adjudication Interviews with G. Bennet, and S. Corry Erasmus Law Review, Vol. 11, No.01, 2018, and a contribution to The Wroclaw Commentaries: Culture and Human Rights (De Gruyter, 2016).