Ana Martínez is a doctoral researcher at the Department of politics at University of Manchester (UK) working on anti-gender movements in Spain and Latin America. She received her M.A. degree in Applied Human Rights from University of York (UK) and holds a B.A. in Law and Economics from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Spain). At ZOiS, she works in the team of the MOBILISE Project, where she is responsible for collecting the qualitative data collection and analysis with Argentinian migrants across project locations. She joined ZOiS in May 2022 as a Visiting Fellow. Before starting her PhD, Ana worked as a gender consultant and human rights trainee on Latin America and the Caribbean at Heinrich Böll Foundation in Brussels. She has conducted extensive research on women’s rights and gender equality issues in Spain, Latin America, and South Africa.
- Activism and social movements
- Latin American and Spanish politics
- Conservatism and sexuality