Juliana Bravo Valencia is a Colombian lawyer specializing in human rights. She has received various diplomas and courses in International Human Rights Law and the Inter-American System of Human Rights. She is finishing a masters of law in human rights at Universidad Nacional de la Plata, Argentina. Juliana has worked in non-govermental organizations such as Grupo Interdisciplinario por los Derechos Humanos (GIDH) and the Center for Justice and International Law (CEJIL). For the past 10 years Juliana has represented victims of human rights violations from Colombia, in national courts, and the Inter-American System of Human Rights. Since 2012 until 2016, Juliana represented victims from Chile, Argentina, Paraguay and Bolivia before Inter-American Commission and the Inter-American Court of Human Rights. Juliana has taught courses at different universities in Colombia and Argentina, and she has published several articles about international human rights law. She is the co-author of “Los desafios del Sistema Interamericano de protección de Derechos Humanos en el siglo XXI”, Universidad Nacional de Lanús, Argentina.


9. See You In Court

This class will cover the many options and roles of strategic litigation in confronting fossil fuel power and advancing climate justice, provide an overview of existing legal strategies and cases in the climate litigation context, and the role for movements and strategic campaigning to maximize the power and impact of legal action.
Marco Simons & Juliana Bravo