Human Rights and Food Sovereignty Lawyer.

Marcos is a human rights defender and networker for Agroecology, Food Sovereignty, and buen vivir. He is a member of various organizations such as the Free Chair on Food Sovereignty of the School of Nutrition of the University of Buenos Aires (CALISA), the Lawyers' Network for Food Sovereignty  (Redasa), the Union of Community Assemblies (UAC), the Union of Scientists committed to Society and Nature in Latin America (UCCSNAL), People's Health Movement, the National Movement Laicrimpo and the Human Rights Collective Yopoi. Marcos is a university lecturer in human rights, food sovereignty, and environmental law. He was also an advisor to the National Argentinean Secretariat for Agroecology from 2021 until 2023. Marcos completed his Law degree at the University of Buenos Aires, and postgraduate studies at the United Nations University Tokyo on Global Change, Human Rights and Sustainability, and the National University of San Martín (AR) on Food Anthropology. Apart from his academic qualifications, Marcos undertook two research field trips that significantly influenced his development as a lawyer and activist. The first one, Hunger Road, was about the human rights situation in Africa and Asia, and lasted for a year between 2006 and 2007. The second, Journey for Food Sovereignty, took him for 12 months in 2016 through Argentinean territory, visiting initiatives, individuals, collectives, and cooperatives working towards food sovereignty in the country. In 2017, he created the Hunger Museum in Buenos Aires. The museum seeks to turn hunger into a museum object, offering itself as a center of encounter and struggle, a living museum of Food Sovereignty.