• Cristina González Torelló
  • Sara Brun Nielsen
4. term, Global Refugee Studies, Master (Master Programme)
Abstract: In recent years there has been an increase in the participation of women in indigenous politics in Ecuador, both in the fight for their rights as women and also in the fight for the defense of their territory. The aim of this work is to analyze the multidimensionality of the violence that indigenous women are subjected to and the consequences that this has for their political participation. To do this, we will analyze the perception of women in indigenous culture and how it affects their daily lives. We will investigate, therefore, the intersection between violence and political participation of indigenous women, which will be essential to understand the strategies that they use to navigate their societies.
LanguageEnglish
Publication date14 Oct 2022
Number of pages82
ID: 490634687