Argentina, Ph.D, Social Anthropology, Utrecht University, The Netherlands 2003, Postdoctorate - ENS-EHESS, Centre Maurice Halbwachs, France, 2007
The Latin American presence in the Colombian peace process
Latin American involvement in regional peace missions shows a significant trajectory. This research project parts from the assumption that the Latin American participation in the Mechanism for Monitoring and Verification (MM&V) of the UN Political Mission in Colombia represents a new and relevant step in this trajectory.
Our research intends to highlight three aspects: i) the characteristics of the regional identity imbued in the MM&V; ii) The nexus between the Latin American presence and the approach on human rights within the MM&V; and, iii) the Latin American influence upon the MM&V’s line of conduct, with special interest on the question of gender. We are also interested in inquiring about the learning processes that took place among military and security forces that participated in the mission, seeking to identify the lessons learnt and analysing how they could inform the Latin American participation in future missions with similar characteristics.
Sabina Frederic - email@example.com
PhD in Social Anthropology (University of Utrech, The Netherlands), Professor at Quilmes National University, and Senior Researcher at the National Scientific and Technical Research Council (CONICET).
Monica Hirst - firstname.lastname@example.org
PhD in Strategic Studies (Rio Grande do Sul Federal University, Brazil), Professor at Quilmes National University, and teaches in the MA in International Studies at Torcuato di Tella University.
Bruno Dalponte – email@example.com
PhD in International Studies (University of Birmingham, UK), Research Fellow at the International Relations Department in FLACSO/Argentina and Lecturer in International Security at Universidad Nacional de San Martín.