Session 1: "The Obligation to Eradicate Poverty"
Richard Brooks, Efficient Affirmative Action
Javier Couso, Indigence, Inequality and Democracy in the Latin-America Context: or the Restrictions of the Libertarian Argument
Esther Vicente, From the Feminization of Poverty to the Feminization and Democratization of Power
Session 2: "The Institutional Strategies for Eradicating Poverty"
Julieta Lemaitre, Someone Writes to the Colonel: Judicial Protection of the Right to Survival in Colombia and the State's Duty to Rescue
Pablo Ruiz-Tagle, Poverty and the Creation of Fundamental Rights
Session 3: "Poor People and the Legal Order"
Fernando Cantuarias Salaverry, Robin Hood Reloaded: Taking Money from the Rich to Steal from the Poor
Jaime Malamud Goti, Justification in Criminal Law and the Offenses of the Disenfranchised
Session 4: "The Lawyer's Role"
Paola Bergallo, Justice and Experimentalism: Judicial Remedies in Public Law Litigation in Argentina
Myrta Morales-Cruz, "Do not hand me fish, teach me how to fish"
Marcos Pinto, Keeping it Simple: A Strategy for Fighting Poverty through the Judiciary
Session 5: "Poverty and the International Order"
Alberto Amaral, Compulsory Licensing and Access to Medicine in Developing Countries
Jose Guevara, Poverty and the Right to Development: An International Human Rights Approach
George Priest, Reducing Global Poverty: Theory, Practice and Reform