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Erick Juerta is an Expert of the International Telecommunication Union for connectivity issues related to remote areas and indigenous peoples and he has served as Co-Rapporteur on Development of Information Technology and Communication in remote areas and groups with unattended needs, and Head of the Study Group on Indigenous Populations, the Permanent Consultative Committee 1 of the Inter-American Telecommunication Commission of the OAS, as well as advisor to the Directorate General of Telecommunications Policy on development issues in preparation of the World Telecommunication Development Conference and the Plenipotentiary Conference of the ITU. Mr Huerta is currently a member of the advisory council of IFETEL, the Mexican telecommunications regulator.
Mr Huerta holds a law degree from the Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico, with postgraduate courses at the Free School of Law; a Master’s in Social Administration with a concentration in Community Development from the University of Queensland, Australia and PhD in Rural Development from the Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana in Mexico.
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