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Sonia Garzon received her PhD in Gender Studies from Central European University, Budapest. She holds an Erasmus Mundus Master degree in Women’s and Gender Studies from the University of Granada (Spain), MA in International Relations from Łodz University (Poland), and MA in Development and Cooperation from Universitat Jaume I (Spain). Her research explores the intersections of peacebuilding, transitional justice, and gender and its intersectionalities.
This article explores what it means for peace to be transformative and discusses what it takes for a peace project and its institutions to enable transformative peace. To address these questions the article offers a theoretical and conceptual approach and draws on some examples from case studies, especially Colombia. The article deals with the res...
Negotiating displacement: Acting and reacting against urban segregation in Bogotá, Colombia ABSTRACT Can public space in a global South city such as Bogotá be regenerated so as to become classless or neutral? To what extent and through which means can forcibly displaced people become claimants of their right to remain in Bogotá? Based on fieldwork...