Author, Regional expertise : Americas
Mathilde Allain is a PhD candidate in Political Science at Sciences Po Bordeaux (Emile Durkheim Center) and Associate Researcher at French Institute of Andean Studies (IFEA). Her research focuses on peasant and Afro-Colombian mobilization in Colombia and their relations with international solidarity networks. She did many field work in Colombia in various rural regions (2012-2014). She graduated with a Masters Degree in International Cooperation and Risk Analysis from Sciences Po Bordeaux.
Research topics : Colombian politics, collective action, peasant mobilization, land and human rights in peace negotiations, international solidarity, landgrabbing in Latin America.
Publications on Noria
Is Colombia Finally Heading Toward a Peace Agreement? Mathilde Allain, interview with Jacobo Grajales
On October 2nd, 2016, the Colombian people voted “No” in the referendum to ratify the peace agreement between the State and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC, created in 1964), which had been signed in an atmosphere of great optimism on the 26th September in Cartagena.
Les Colombiens ont répondu « non » le 2 octobre 2016 au référendum ratifiant l’accord de paix entre l’État et la guérilla des Forces armées révolutionnaires de Colombie (FARC, créées en 1964), pourtant signé dans l’allégresse le 26 septembre dernier à Carthagène.
Mathilde ALLAIN - Noria Research 2015 © To read this article in English, click here En novembre 2014, les FARC (Forces Armées Révolutionnaires de Colombie) réalisaient, de manière surprenante, la meilleure prise de leur histoire : un général de l’armée colombienne,...
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Mathilde ALLAIN - Noria Research 2015 © Pour consulter cet article en français, cliquez ici In November 2014, the FARC (Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia) managed, rather surprisingly, the best take of their history: a general of the Colombian army, captured in...