Sergio Aguayo

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Sergio Aguayo in 2012

Sergio Aguayo Quezada (b. September 10, 1947, in La Rivera, Jalisco, Mexico) is a Mexican academic and human rights activist. He has been a professor and researcher for El Colegio de México since 1977 and a member of the Mexican Researchers National System (Sistema Nacional de Investigadores.)

Biography[edit]

Sergio Aguayo is a Researcher at Colegio de México and has taught at the Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE), the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) and been a guest teacher at various national and international universities.

He was a founding member of the newspaper La Jornada and the magazine Este País. He is a columnist for Reforma and other Mexican newspapers, and participates as an analyst on the television show Primer Plano, a political analysis show broadcast on the Instituto Politécnico Nacional's XEIPN (Channel 11), for which he received the José Pagés Llergo Journalism Prize. Additionally, he is a guest columnist for the Spanish newspaper El País.

Sergio Aguayo received his BA in International Relations at El Colegio de México. He obtained his Masters, PhD and postgraduate studies at Johns Hopkins’ Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). From 1990 to 1996 he was President of the Academia Mexicana de Derechos Humanos (Mexican Academy of Human Rights), and from 1994 to 1999 he was a member of the National Coordination of Alianza Cívica (Civic Alliance). He currently presides over the Asociación Política Nacional Propuesta Cívica (National Political Alliance Civic Proposal). Dr. Aguayo is President of the Board of Directors of Fundar, Centro de Análisis e Investigación.

Publications[edit]

  • The Mexican Alamanac (2008)
  • Mexico-United States Almanac (2005)
  • Diagnosis on the Situation of Human Rights in Mexico (2003)
  • The "Charola": A history of intelligence services in Mexico (2001)
  • The Mexican Almanac (2000)
  • The Cemetery of Myths: the United States and Mexican Nationalism (1998)
  • 1968: The Archives of Violence (1998)

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