Due to his vast experience in the field of international law and international organizations, the Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea in Brussels, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, has recently been appointed professor of International Relations at the Universidad Panamericana.
After his recent appointment as Doctor Honoris Causa by the Autonomous University of Morelos, in Mexico, the prestigious Universidad Panamericana, which has more than one hundred centers around the world at different levels, has wanted to have Ambassador Nvono-Ncá among its reputed teaching team.
Carmelo Nvono-Ncá thus becomes a professor of International Relations in the Bachelor of Business and International Relations within the Faculty of Law of the Universidad Panamericana. This university has wanted to have the best professionals in each of the subjects of this degree, all backed by international credibility and the ability to converge on ideologies, theories and research within the plural academic space and without bias.
The objective of the Universidad Panamericana building such a prestigious teaching team is to build an environment for meeting and fostering consensus, for the benefit of multilateralism and freedom. Something that is also demonstrated when Nvono-Ncá became the first African to teach the discipline of International Relations at this prestigious university.