She holds a master’s degree in Social Sciences for the Formulation of Public Policies, awarded by the Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez. She is a doctoral student in Social Sciences at Universidad de Guadalajara, conducting her research “Social Capital in Extreme Violence Contexts. An Analysis through Forms of Citizen Response”.
Eje 3) Estudio de los procesos, iniciativas y estrategias de paz
History scholar. He was awarded his PhD in Alternative Conflict Resolution Methods by the Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, with his dissertation entitled “Restorative Justice Elements in Resilience of Relatives of People Deprived of Liberty in Penitentiary Facilities of Topo Chico (Mexico) and Santiago de Veraguas (Panama)”, framed by his work in the Laboratory “Visions of Peace”. His postdoctoral project in CALAS is entitled “Restorative Justice and Family Resilience in Women in the Penitentiary Context of Mexico”.
Natalia Quiceno Toro (Doctor in Social Anthropology. National Museum. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro) is a professor and researcher at the Institute of Regional Studies of the University of Antioquia. She is attached to the research group Culture, violence, and territory. Her works focus on topics such as forced mobility, exile, memory, ethnographies of violence, and political transitions. In the last 10 years, she has worked with Afro-Colombian victims' collectives in the North Pacific region of Colombia.
History scholar specialized in Latin American history at the University of Toronto Mississauga. He conducts research on politics, legal culture and social movements in the 19th and 20th centuries in Mexico. His research project on CALAS is entitled “Violent Democracy: Raúl Gatica and Mexican Politics. 1963-2006”.
Professor and researcher in the Psychology course of studies of the Universidad Autónoma de Baja California. She specializes in the analysis of the social damage caused by antidrug policies. Her research project in CALAS is entitled “Premature Memory. Remembering and Reparation in Social Violence Contexts”.