Daniel Alejo is an interdisciplinary PhD Researcher in the Curiae Virides project. He holds a Masters in Development Studies from University of Rome and a Masters of Science in Development and Globalization from the University of Antwerp.
Daniel co-authored a forthcoming publication in the Journal of Political Ecology and authored a Latin American briefing paper for Society for International Development.
In his research, he aims to analyze the socio-legal context and role of stakeholders and ecocentric networks in the transformation of human rights litigations into ecocentric litigations. His research combines different theoretical approaches, the sociology of law, political ecology and ecological economics, and uses mixed-methods in the analysis of the empirical data.