What the fellow says:
"The fellowship made it possible for me to compare and contrast the situation in rural areas in Colombia with those in Brazil, thus strengthening my knowledge of comparative research and enabling me to identify options for the democratic enhancement of peasant organizations in my country."
University of Brasilia (CEPPAC), Master in Social Sciences (December 2007).
Paramilitary, drug trafficking and state behavior in Valle del Cauca, in ROMERO, Mauricio and VALENCIA, León (eds). Parapolitics: The route for paramilitary expansion and political agreements. Barney, Alvaro Guzmán, and Moreno, Renata. Corporación Nuevo Arco Iris, CEREC and ASDI. ISBN:978-958-441705-3, pp. 165-237 (2007).
Indigenous and peasant organizations address the armed conflict in northern Cauca, Moreno, Renata, in Sociedad y Economía. Revista de la Facultad de Ciencias Sociales y Económicas. Vol. 15, pp. 145-168 (December 2008)
Resisting from the speech and culture: Indians in the midst of armed conflict, another perspective on peace and war in the country, Moreno, Renata, and Ranincheski, Sonia, in Latin American Research Review, Vol. 45 # 2 (2010).