With a degree in Physics from the University of Barcelona, I am passionate about contributing to achieving social and ecological justice on a global scale. As part of my Master's degree in Cultural Anthropology, I did an internship at the Transnational Institute (TNI) on the challenges faced by small-scale fishers in the Caribbean. This and previous positions have given me several years of experience as a project manager, researcher, data analyst and developer. With an interdisciplinary profile, combining data analysis and visualisation with qualitative research, I aim to address issues related to political ecology, social and environmental injustice, global corporate impunity, etc.
By Arnau Quinquillà, Bruno Palombini Gastal, Katie Sandwell, Transnational Institute
The Farmers Movement in India has inspired millions around the world who are fighting for justice, democracy and solidarity. The farmers held their ground in the face of threats, intimidation and relentless propoganda, and forced the Modi government to repeal the farm bills.