I hold a degree in Philosophy and a Master’s degree in Applied Sociology. During the crisis, like many other young people, I prepared my competitive examination to be a secondary school teacher, while I was working as an acting teacher in Madrid and Castilla-La Mancha.
My interest in social and political theory led me to get involved in several publications and discussion forums. Additionally, I have collaborated with a number of cultural institutions, such as CENDEAC (Centre for Advanced Studies on Contemporary Art, in Murcia), where, for two years, I coordinated a research group on the crisis.
Since I was 18, I have been involved in different social movements, such as V de Vivienda, the anti-Bologna movement or Juventud Sin Futuro (Young people with no future). These experiences have played a key role in my personal development and in my understanding of politics as the ethics of the collective.
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