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Scholar-Activist Project Awards – 2013/14 recipients

Sara Gonzalez (University of Leeds, UK), Friends of Leeds Kirkgate Market, Friends of Queens Market and Wards Corner Community Coalition

Liam Harney (Queen Mary, University of London, UK) and Sotez Chowdhury (Citizens UK)

Pablo Mansilla (Universidad Academia de Humanismo Cristiano, Chile), Jose Quintero Weyr (Universidad del Zulia, Venezuela), Silverio Lopez (Universidad del Zulia, Venezuela) and Alexander Mercario (Universidad del Zulia, Venezuela)

  • Radical cartographies: Mapping resistance and presence to decolonize the Wayuu, Añu and Bari peoples territory

Sallie Yea (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore), Debbie Fordyce (Transient Workers Count Too/TWC2, Singapore) and AKM Mohsin (Dibashram space for migrant workers, Singapore)

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