I am a feminist and decolonial researcher interested in the intersection between peacebuilding, decoloniality, feminism and technology
I currently work as Country Director of Cosas de Mujeres, a feminist data project that builds bridges between women vulnerable to gender-based violence and the services available to them. I also have worked on the implementation of Colombia’s Peace Agreement, doing social research, helping to design and implement gender public policies in municipalities affected by the armed conflict, coordinating the communications of Rodeemos el Diálogo, and supporting the negotiation of the SDGs and Fourth Commission matters at the United Nations headquarters in New York. I am passionate about decoloniality and the culture of dialogue to solve conflicts and structural inequalities in my country and the world, and to build sustainable alliances between two or more different parties.
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- Qualitative research
- Non-violent communication
- Strategic alliances (sectors: public-private-academia-international-NGOs)
- Project management
- Culture of dialogue
- Gender equality
Academic publications and presentations
La ‘necrocolonialidad’ del asesinato de líderes sociales en Colombia.
Latin American Studies Association (LASA) Congress.
‘Culture of dialogue’ as a decolonial peacebuilding tool: the case of Colombia.
Journal of Dialogue Studies #7. p. 93-114.
Londres: Institute of Dialogue Studies, 2019
The culture of dialogue experience in Colombia
Chevening Talks: Dialogue in the Digital Age.
Enunciaciones peatonales del turista perdido.
Arriba/Abajo: Catorce prácticas para acercarse a un paradigma. Documento CESO 212 compilado por Alessandra Merlo. p. 33 – 37.
Bogotá: Ediciones Uniandes, 2014.