Camilo Antillón has a master’s degree in sociology (2012, University of Amsterdam, cum laude) and a master’s degree in cultural studies (2016, Universidad Centroamericana, cum laude), and fifteen years of experience in social research, social projects and education, in the fields of gender and sexuality, sexual and reproductive health and rights, violence, child protection and urban cultural studies. He has highly developed skills in planning, monitoring, evaluation and management of social projects, quantitative and qualitative research methods, formal and non-formal education, and team management. He is proficient in English, French and Spanish, both oral and written. He has authored and edited several published works, including the 'Anthology of contemporary Nicaraguan critical thinking' (CLACSO, 2016; co-edited with Juan Pablo Gómez), a chapter in the collective volume 'Bodies in resistance: gender and sexual politics in the age of neoliberalism' (Palgrave Macmillan, 2017) and several articles and research reports.
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