contributed to ICT4COP’s Work Package 6: Gender and Work Package 9: Central America. As a member of these groups, she has participated in meetings and discussions, presented a paper at the ICT4COP panel at ISA 2018 in San Francisco, published an article about COP and gender in El Salvador, and collaborated in the writing of other articles.
Erika Rojas is a doctoral candidate researcher gender and (feminist) critical security studies in El Salvador, with a background in Political Science and Cultural Studies and an M.A. in Peace and Conflict Studies from the University of Innsbruck, Austria where she researched narratives and conflict transformation in Colombia. Prior to graduate studies, she worked in Colombia in education and health-related projects financed by the state, and as a consultant for the GIZ in the CERCAPAZ project for peacebuilding initiatives developed through public-private partnership. Currently she is writing a doctoral dissertation with the working title: “Narratives of in/security from the margins. A study of everyday gendered experiences and practices of insecurity in El Salvador”.