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E. Alexander V. Morea-van Berkum

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Edwin Alexander Villamil Morea-van Berkum (Born October 26, 1983) is a colombian-dutch ethicist who started the field of studies of religious press and socio-political conflict in Colombia in 2009 at Universidad ICESI.[1] He brought the political notion of the religious dissident[2] to the field of social studies to understand the role of beliefs during the time of The Violence in Colombia. Because of his political views he was forced to remain in The Netherlands after the former president Alvaro Uribe Velez threatened him through social media exposing him as a terrorist.[3] During this time he was engaged with the Faculty of Theology of the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam where he started to work on the concept of Transbordering Activism.[4] During this time he leaded in Europe with a number of human rights organizations organizing one of the biggest extra-territorial mobilization of Colombians in 05th April 2019 called La Minga Europea where more than 1000 people gathered around the building of the International Criminal Court in the Hage calling international attention on the systematic assesination of activists in Colombia.[5] His role as litigant before the Office of the Prosecutor allowed 40 victims of the armed conflict in Colombia to be received in the Court officially as victims and their denounces officially accounted into the Preliminary Investigation against 27 militars under the presidential government of Uribe Velez.[6]


  1. Villamil, Edwin (2014-06-15). "Ciudadanía protestante y disidencia moral: el papel de la prensa religiosa en el debate sobre las libertades religiosas durante 1946 y 1953". Revista CS (in español): 111–144. doi:10.18046/recs.i13.1823. ISSN 2665-4814.
  2. Morea, V.; Alexander, E. (June 2014). "PROTESTANT CITIZENSHIP AND MORAL DISSIDENCE: THE ROLE OF THE RELIGIOUS PRESS IN THE DEBATE ON RELIGIOUS FREEDOM BETWEEN 1946 AND 1953". CS (13): 111–144. doi:10.18046/recs.i13.1823. ISSN 2011-0324.
  3. ""Muy joven para ser tan bandido": Uribe a profesor colombiano en Holanda". ELESPECTADOR.COM (in español). 2018-07-15. Retrieved 2019-10-15.
  4. Villamil Morea-van Berkum, E. Alexander. "Hopen op recht in Colombia door Internationaal Strafhof". Nederlands Dagblad (in Nederlands). Retrieved 2019-10-15. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  5. "ICC to be asked to investigate mass killing of Colombia's social leaders". Retrieved 2019-10-15.
  6. "Colombia". Retrieved 2019-10-15.

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