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Lawyer , Political scientist

Juan E. Garces, Spanish, French political scientist, lawyer. Decorated Officier de l'Ordre National du Merite France; recipient Alternative Nobel award, Right Livelihood Foundation, Stockholm, 1999, Letelier-Moffit award, Institute Policy Studies, Washington, 1999, Openness to Mass Media award, International Press Club, Madrid, 1999. Member Madrid Bar Association.

Background

Garces, Juan E. was born on August 15, 1944 in Lliria, Valencia, Spain. Son of Juan E. Garces and Carmen Ramon.

Education

Degree in political and economic science, University Madrid, 1966. Degree in law, University Madrid, 1967. Master Political Sciences, Fondation Sciences Politiques, Paris, 1967.

Doctor of Philosophy in Political Sciences, Sorbonne, Paris, 1970.

Career

Visiting professor University Leuven, Belgium, 1969. Professor Autonomous University Madrid, 1969-1970. Personnel advisor President Allende, Chile, 1970-1973.

Personnel advisor to general director United Nations Educational, Paris, 1974-1975. Researcher Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques, 1974-1977. Private practice law Madrid, since 1982.

Visiting fellow Institute for Policy Studies, Washington, 1988-1990. Expert United Nations Development Program, 1970-1973. Social science expert United Nations Educational, Paris, 1968.

Membership

Member Madrid Bar Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Music.

Connections

Married Francisca Duran, July 2, 1974. Children: Alexandra, Joan, Rodrigo, Hernan.

father:
Juan E. Garces

mother:
Carmen Ramon

spouse:
Francisca Duran

child:
Joan Garces

child:
Rodrigo Garces

child:
Alexandra Garces

child:
Hernan Garces