Mirla Pérez (Universidad Central de Venezuela)
- Job title: Phase 2 Co-investigator
- School: Universidad Central de Venezuela
- Location: Venezuela
- Faculty profile link: http://www.ucv.ve
- Twitter: @mirlamargarita
Mirla Pérez completed a degree in Social Work in 1996 and a PhD in Social Sciences in 2009, both at the Universidad Central de Venezuela (UCV). She is a Professor at the UCV, where she has worked since 1997 and has carried out duties including teaching, researching, co-ordinating the forensic social science programme and being head of the Department of Social Research and Action. She teaches on the PhD programmes in Political Science and Research and Development. Mirla has been a researcher at the Centro de Investigaciones Populares since 1995, specialising in socio-anthropological research into violent crime. Mirla has been a consultant researcher for many groups, including the Municipality of Sucre. In 2017, she became Director of Consultora Convivalis.
Mirla’s research focuses on conflict zones, based on an understanding of the socio-cultural situation in which those affected live. She is the author of various articles on the use of life stories as a methodology and social work in working-class communities, and is co-author of books including Y salimos a matar gente (Centro de Investigaciones Populares, 2007) and Tiros en la cara (IESA, 2008).
Mirla is a Co-Investigator on the Phase 2 Venezuela project ‘Thought and Freedom.’
Search or browse the resource archive for films, reports, toolkits and other resources produced by the Changing the Story and its commissioned projects. Items written by Mirla Pérez are listed below:
|Thinking together||Blog (2019/12/13) Thinking together||Jesús Flores, Mirla Pérez||Colombia, Phase 2, Venezuela||format: blog, language: english, subject: reflections||colombia phase2 venezuela location||blog language-english subject-reflections|
|International Conference on Human Rights, Democracy, Cultures of Peace and Nonviolence (DEMOSPAZ)||Blog (2019/12/11) International Conference on Human Rights, Democracy, Cultures of Peace and Nonviolence (DEMOSPAZ)||Mirla Pérez||Phase 2, Venezuela||format: blog, language: english, subject: reflections||phase2 venezuela location||blog language-english subject-reflections|