Juan Fernández Labbé is Doctor in Sociology (2015) and Master’s Degree in Social Sciences Research Methodology, Complutense University of Madrid; Graduated from the Master’s Degree in Urban Planning, University of Chile and Sociologist, Pontifical Catholic University of Chile. Researcher at RIMISP-Latin American Center for Rural Development; consultant for United Nations Organizations (FAO, IFAD, UN/DESA) and NGOs (OXFAM), and Professor at Diego Portales University, Alberto Hurtado University and FLACSO-Chile. My doctoral thesis “Social protest, consequences and political subjectivities: The footprint of the Chilean student movement of the year 2011” explored collective action within the framework of student mobilizations in Chile. My main areas of expertise are: Analysis of Public Policies and Evaluation, Territorial Development and Decentralization, Social Movements and Collective Action, Qualitative Social Research Methodologies.
- The Collaborative Collective Action in Disaster Situations. The 19S Earthquake in Mexico City, by Ligia Tavera Fenollosa
- Co-Housing. Inhabiting Community Space, by Amaia Izaola Argüeso
- Promotoras y Anfitrionas Santiago: El crowdworking para compartir derechos laborales, by Andrés Gómez Seguel, Camila Ponce Lara and Natacha Leroy Zomosa
- Approaches to Collaborative Work in Times of Labour Precariousness. A Case of Sharing Laboratories, by Elsa Santamaría López and Joseba García Martín
- The Maker Movement as Collaborative Collective Action. The Cases of Espacio Open and Hirikilabs, by Ignacia Perugorria