Natalia Marquez-Bustos

Natalia Márquez-Bustos is an information science professional based in Bogota, Colombia. She holds a master's degree in international relations. A graduate of and professor at the Pontifical Javeriana University, Márquez-Bustos has also worked with the University of Rosario and the Colombian Observatory of Science & Technology.

Ivan Duque’s Difficult First Year in Office

According to a recent poll conducted by Invamer, Colombia’s president Ivan Duque is facing a historically low popularity after little over a year in office. The announcement followed months of continued struggles for Alvaro Uribe’s protégé, which include (but are not limited to) his legislative initiatives being blocked by the opposition, and millions of Colombians going to the streets to... Continue Reading

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Will Colombia See a #MeToo Revolution?

Over the last several weeks, Colombia has been making international headlines as social protest engulfed the country. On November 25 — the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women — hundreds of Colombian women went out into the streets to claim their rights and shine a spotlight on their struggles. Their presence was fierce and determined, yet modest — protesters... Continue Reading

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