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Adriana holds three Master degrees in Natural Resource Management; Education; and Humanitarian Aid & International Cooperation. Her working experience has been focused on education and community development in urban and rural areas; promoting self-management processes and community autonomy using gender-sensitive approaches. She has developed and adapted several participatory methodologies to work with young, adults and elderly people in Colombia.
Adriana Moreno is a PhD researcher at the Educational Sciences department. Adriana has been working with local and indigenous communities for around 15 years, as a practitioner and as an activist. As a researcher, she is interested on knowledge co-creation and mutual learning in a transdisciplinary setting. Currently, she is working in a VLIR- South Initiative project in Bolivia. Her research is using the project as a case study, to explore the factors that could enhance dialogue among academic and non-academic stakeholders. Adriana is adopting transdisciplinary and participatory action research approach to promote the inclusion of local and indigenous knowledge in the production of scientific knowledge.
Master on Education, Master, Instituto Pedagogico Latino Americano del Caribe IPLAC
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Breaking monologues in collaborative research: Bridging knowledge systems through a listening-based dialogue of wisdom approachMoreno Cely, A., Cuajera-Nahui, D., Escobar-Vasquez, C. G., Vanwing, T. & Tapia-Ponce, N., 19 Mar 2021, In : Sustainability Science. 16, 3, p. 919-931 13 p.
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Transforming higher education in Bolivia by linking two contra-hegemonic movements: Agroecology and the Decolonial turnMoreno Cely, A., Cuajera-Nahui, D., Escobar-Vasquez, C., Torrico Vallejos, D., Aranibar, J., Mendieta Perez, R. & Tapia-Ponce, N., 27 May 2021, In : International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education. 15 p.
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