I am an Anthropologist specialized in International Migrations and Public Policies, PhD in Social Anthropology at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB). I work as a researcher at the Centre for Migration Studies— EMIGRA (UAB) and I am a lecturer professor at the Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology (UAB), and at the Catalonia Open University (UOC). My teaching includes Social and Cultural Anthropology, Human Evolution, Anthropology Applied to Public Policies and Ethnography and Qualitative research methodology at undergraduate and graduate levels.

I am also ahead of ESM network (Europa Sense Murs, Europe Without Borders). I manage social projects and consultant area. I have worked as a consultant in several studies and reports for local governments and NGO’s and international organisms such as ACNUR, Unicef, Save the Children, SETEM and European Comission.

My current research focuses on forced migration from Northern Triangle of Central American because of the endemic violence, and I have also worked in several projects in the field of Latino migrations to Spain, migrant domestic workers, gender inequality, family life rights, social integration, inequalities, and citizenship.

I was born in Buenos Aires, I studied at the UNLP (proud graduate of Facultad de Ciencias Naturales y Museo), and I live in Barcelona since 2002, with my two kids (now teenagers and students).