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Tatiana Roa Avendaño

Tatiana Roa Avendaño, environmentalist, educator and researcher of Censat Agua Viva. Tatiana is an engineer and holds a master’s degree in Latin American Studies from the UASB of Quito, Ecuador. She is a PhD candidate at CEDLA – University of Amsterdam in political ecology. She has written numerous articles and books on extractivism, water justice and energy sovereignty.

As an activist she is part of Oilwatch, the Alianza Libre de Fracking and Mesa Social Minero Energética. She has also converged with diverse research groups such as Alianza por la Justicia Hídrica, Grupo de Trabajo de Ecología Política Abya-Yala de Clacso and Grupo de Trabajo: Territorialidades en Disputa y R-existencia-CLACSO.

For more than a decade she has been part of the international committee of the Ecología Política magazine.


HERE/NOW talk + film screening: Indigenous Knowledge and Activism in Colombia
With guest speakers Tatiana Roa and Mariëlle Videler, and a screening of documentary 'Abel' (2015). Part of a series of events on indigenous activism and land rights, departing from exhibition HERE/NOW.