Cristina Jara Cazares

Cristina Jara Cazares

Research Assistant

Cristina has a background in applied anthropology and ten years experience working with the indigenous peoples in Ecuador. She has experience in field research with a gender and intercultural approach related to Human Rights, indigenous peoples’ rights, indigenous justice, intangible cultural heritage and food sovereignty. She holds a Masters in Gender and Culture from the Andean University Simon Bolivar in Quito-Ecuador, and a Masters in International Development from the University of Birmingham. Her main interests are indigenous peoples’ rights and climate change, local agriculture resilience, gender and equality.