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Journal Articles

2020. Alchemy in un mundo al revés : Gold, “Raw Law” and Indigenous Law in Colombia’s armed conflict. Cahiers des Amériques latines No. 94 : 135-156. 

2019.  Between panic and hope: Indigenous peoples, gold, violence(s) and FPIC in Colombia, through the lens of time. Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law 51 (1): 3-28.


2018 Early Career Scholar Award

International Commission of Legal Pluralism

(best article)

2017.  “Nosotros Somos Estado”: Contested legalities in decision-making about extractives affecting ancestral territories in Colombia. Third World Quarterly 38(5) May: 1198-1214.

Machado, M., D. López Matta, M. M. Campo, A. Escobar and V. Weitzner. 2017.  Weaving hope in ancestral black territories in Colombia: the reach and limitations of free, prior, and informed consultation and consent. Third World Quarterly 38(5) May: 1075-1091.

2010. Indigenous Participation in Multi-Partite Dialogues on Extractives: What Lessons can Canada and Others Share?  Journal of the Canadian Association for the Study of International Development (CASID), Volume 30 (1-2): 87-109.

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