Son of Pablo Escobar will give a conference “Democracy and the Economy at risk due to crime” in Tijuana


The conference will take place on March 9.

Canacintra and Club Campestre de Tijuana have announced that they will organize a conference on March 9 called “Democracy and the Economy at risk from crime” in which Juan Pablo Escobar, current speaker and writer, son of drug trafficker Pablo Emilio Escobar Gaviria will participate.

Juan Pablo Escobar, now lives under the name of Sebastían Marroquín and is dedicated to architecture, however, he has also been classified as a pacifist, lecturer, audiovisual producer and international writer.

In fact, in this last profession, he has achieved several successes for his best-selling books ” Pablo Escobar, My Father ” and ” Pablo Escobar Infraganti ” from Editorial Planeta, both awarded with the 2015 and 2017 Golden Book Award. Awarded respectively by the Chamber of Uruguayan book.

It should be noted that his books have been translated into more than 15 languages ​​and are sold in more than 60 countries . Other achievements of the speaker include the following:

-He was acclaimed in Cannes and awarded in Canada in 2017 for his work in the documentary “Escobar Exposed.”

-Your documentary “Sins of my Father” was screened by the UN in celebration of the International Day of Peace.

-He was co-producer of the documentary “Tata” La viuda de Escobar, referring to his mother.

In addition to the above, he has done his job to dialogue with the victims of drug violence carried out by his father in the 80s and 90s. It should be noted that Juan Pablo has never used his story to glorify his father, and instead his mission has been to learn and share great and valuable life lessons, adapting his message to very diverse audiences.

The conference will take place in the Aguacaliente Room of the Tijuana Country Club at 8:00 in the morning on Thursday, March 9. General admission will cost $864 pesos.

To purchase your tickets you can use the sales module at the main entrance of Club Campestre, or also call 664 681 6101, send an email to [email protected] or go to Canacintra TIjuana on Blvd. Agua Caliente 12310, Fracc. Del Prado.

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