Leny Olivera Rojas
Leny Olivera Rojas: I studied Sociology at San Simón University in Cochabamba. From 2000 onwards I was active in Bolivian youth organizations and social movements, particularly in relation to water, gas, coca leaf and natural resources, and since 2005 I have been more involved in autonomous feminist groups, recently with a decolonial perspective.
Articles by Leny
- The Guardian The phrase 'economic development' has bad associations in Latin America
- Upside Down World La importancia de la tierra para las mujeres frente al patriarcado y el cambio climático
- E-International Relations The Importance of Land for Women Confronting Patriarchy and Climate Change
- Upside Down World Latin America: Women in Resistance and Resilience