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PhD Candidate on Post-Colonialisms and Global Citizenship, CES Centre for Social Studies, University of Coimbra, Portugal
Begoña‘s professional bio / interests
Biologist with major in Ecology, and Master on Environmental Impact Assessment and Restoration. Alternating volunteer, activist, and engaged work at various Basque NGOs through a long-time commitment with Indigenous Peoples and Nations' representatives and organizations worldwide. Then returning to the Academy for a second Master on Feminist and Gender Studies and actual PhD Candidate on Post-Colonialisms and Global Citizenship at CES, Centre for Social Studies, University of Coimbra, Portugal where I am an active member of the ECOSOC-CES Ecology and Society Office, and of the ECOSOL-CES Social Economy and Solidarity Team.
I’d like help with…
Tips, Advices, Knowledge exchange about engaging in the Public Sector, Policy and Charity in the UK being a European Citizen after Brexit.
An interesting, or unusual fact(s) about me…
Basque Feminist /Activist /Academic interested on Humans-Non-humans-More-than-humans Relationalities; Autonomies and Self-determination; Decolonization and De(s)colonial Feminisms.
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A career highlight
Bachelor in Biological Sciences, Major in Ecology. Master on Environmental Impact Assessment and Restoration. MSc on Feminist and Gender Studies, Social Anthropology. PhD on Post-Colonialisms and Global Citizenship.
18 June, 2022