VERONICA GONZALEZ GONZALEZ is a Sociologist that has developed her work from an interdisciplinary approach that includes political science, law, anthropology, and recently ecology and climate science. She is interested in the challenges that climate change involves for the realization of indigenous peoples’ rights, mainly in Mexico. She has also consulted for UNESCO in projects related to indigenous knowledge on weather and climate in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Her research also focuses on the transnational and international dynamics involved in indigenous peoples rights and issues at the local level, and at the international system, especially in the specialized agencies of the UN System.
She has lectured for several French and Mexican institutions, including Sciences-Po Toulouse, the Ecole des hautes études en sciences sociales, the Institut des hautes études pour l’Amérique latine, and the Universidad de Guadalajara.