Javier González Arellano. He is an associate professor of Philosophy of Law at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, as well as a research at the Gregorio Peces-Barba Human Rights Institute. He is a PhD student in Advanced Studies in Human Rights, and holds a master’s degree in Human Rights Research at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. He also has a bachelor’s degree in political science from the Universidad Central (Chile). Javier is currently developing two lines of research. First, he investigates from a socio-legal perspective the participation of economic actors in international crimes during armed conflicts and repressive regimes. His doctoral research focuses on the complicity of economic actors in the subjection of civilians and prisoners of war to forced labor during Franco’s regime in Spain. Secondly, he investigates the phenomenon of homelessness and the right to adequate housing from a human rights-based approach and a socio-legal perspective.