Cecilia Muñoz Cancela is a professor, researcher, and cooperativist. She holds a degree in Psychology from the University of Buenos Aires and completed a postgraduate specialization in NGO Promotion and Management at the Complutense University of Madrid in Spain. Currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Social and Human Sciences at the National University of Quilmes, Argentina. Cecilia’s doctoral thesis focuses on platforms cooperativism within the realm of social and solidarity economy, employing a socio-technical approach. As a co-founder of Código Libre, a technology co-op, she actively contributes to projects with social impact. Cecilia’s professional endeavors and research are driven by a profound interest in fostering social and political transformation within late capitalism, with a particular emphasis on cooperative platforms as a means to address these challenges. Additionally, she serves as vice-president of FACTTIC.

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