Back Chévez, Candy


Local Researcher San Salvador

PhD student in “Social Sciences, Childhood and Youth” at the University of Manizales and the Center for Advanced Studies in Childhood and Youth of Colombia. Master in Local Development and Bachelor of Psychology from the José Simeón Cañas Central American University, UCA, El Salvador. Researcher cooperating with the Association TNT in the project "Women on the road: from deprivation of liberty to a life project", she has collaborated in the study of gangs, gender, art and social insertion (2017-2020). Together with the TNT Association and the Heinrich Böll Foundation, she has published “Liberarte: A systematization of experiences to Multiple Voices (2018)” and “Las Guapas: Histories of life, love and freedom (2019)”. She is a researcher and consultant in multidisciplinary teams on education, youth, violence, resistance, human rights, gender, migration and public policies (2013-2020). She is a member of the CLACSO Childhood and Youth Work Group (2015-2020) and professor for the CLACSO Seminar "Inequalities and generations in Latin America and the Caribbean: theoretical perspectives and experiences".