WE ARE AN HUMAN RIGHTS AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT CONSULTANCY. OUR ACTIVITIES ARE FRAMED ON THE 2030 AGENDA FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF THE UNITED NATIONS ORGANIZATION (UN), THE UN GUIDING PRINCIPLES ON BUSINESS AND HUMAN RIGHTS AND INTERNATIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS.
HUMAN RIGHTS AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT CONSULTANCY. OUR ACTIVITIES ARE CARRIED OUT WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE 2030 AGENDA FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF THE UNITED NATIONS ORGANIZATION (UN), THE UN GUIDING PRINCIPLES ON BUSINESS AND HUMAN RIGHTS AND INTERNATIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS.
Haizur is the consequence of having worked for several years on human rights and equal opportunities between women and men, from government and civil society organizations and in constant relationship with international companies. We believe that sustainable development and human rights are an appropriate meeting point for governments, society and companies to have a space for rapprochement and discussion, to reach agreements and foster development that respects the dignity of people.
We are an interdisciplinary team formed in different branches of social and human sciences: anthropology, law, economics, sociology, geography, psychology and philosophy. Our academic training, in addition to the years of experience in the topics we address, leads us to understand reality through the different layers of its epidermis; we build tools to be fair and make the world habitable for all the people who inhabit it, taking into account the context and interests of each one.
Maider Zilbeti has a Degree in Social Anthropology and a Degree in Philosophy from the University of the Basque Country; a Master in Legal Sociology from the International Institute of Legal Sociology; and a PHD in Social Anthropology and Philosophy of Values from the University of the Basque Country.
She has developed research and published in the fields of urban planning, contemporary art production and political participation, in which she has developed proposals to include the feminist perspective.
In the public sector in Mexico, she has been Deputy General Director of Foreign Affairs and responsible for the Gender Equality Unit of the National Commission to Prevent and Eradicate Violence against Women of the Ministry of the Interior. She has also taught at several universities: Cide, Unam, Flacos, Anahuac and DePaul University.
Rodolfo Salazar Gil
Rodolfo Salazar Gil has a Law Degree from the University of Monterrey and a Degree in Psychology from the Autonomous University of Nuevo León. He has political science studies at the Institute of Political Studies in Rennes; of indigenous law at the National Institute of Anthropology and History, as well as postgraduate studies at the International Institute of Legal Sociology. He has collaborated in academic institutions and non-governmental organizations in projects of social development, human rights and citizen participation.
In the public sector in Mexico, he worked as Director of Attention to Cases in the Undersecretariat of Human Rights of the Ministry of the Interior; also in the Ministry of Energy he was Deputy General Director of Social Impact Assessment and Prior Consultation, and later General Director of Social Impact and Superficial Occupation, being responsible for the human rights and social impact policy in the energy sector in Mexico.