Eliana Ferradás

Eliana did her undergraduate degree in history at the Universidad de Buenos Aires and currently is a master’s degree student in journalism and social communication at the Universidad Nacional de La Plata. She has worked for SIT since 2011, broadening her knowledge on social movements and human rights. Her research focuses on Argentine history and human rights, especially the period of Argentina’s last dictatorship (1976–1983). For several years she volunteered at La Alameda Foundation, a Buenos Aires–based NGO that fights human trafficking. Her background also includes working with and studying migration in Argentina, and she has taken courses and seminars related to gender and human rights.

Eliana Ferradás

SIT Study Abroad

Academic Coordinator

ARGENTINA: Social Movements and Human Rights

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