Levinson H. Niño Leal
Anthropologist, specialist in Analysis of Public Policies of the National University of Colombia and photographer.
His work has been developed within the framework of critical medical anthropology and qualitative research. He has developed research on topics such as food anthropology, armed conflict and health systems. However, his main work has focused on ethnographic interventions on the situation of psychoactive substance use and on the analysis of drug policies. Recently, he has been carrying out work with consumers of basuco to advance a baseline of this situation that allows for their mobilization in the Colombian national debate on SPA.
He works as a researcher in the University Foundation of Health Sciences in projects on intercultural health and development of health models. He is a researcher and member of the IDEAC Corporation, a non-governmental organization focused on community work and overcoming diverse vulnerability conditions.