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Marta Musić is a queer, decolonial, feminist activist-researcher from ex-Yugoslavia. She holds a master’s degree in Development Studies from SOAS University of London and is currently doing a PhD in the Autonomous University of Barcelona. Obsessed with the Zapatista concept of the Pluriverse (a world in which many alternative worlds fit), her work mainly consists of identifying, documenting and connecting systemic alternatives on local, regional and global levels. She is a co-founder of the Global Tapestry of Alternatives, one of the organizers of the World Social Forum of Transformative Economies and a member of AWID’s content and methodology commission planning the next Forum on Feminist Realities. Inspired by these processes of articulation of alternatives – she dedicates her research to exploring how decolonial feminist perspectives can generate new ways of theorizing and fostering alternative economic systems that can ensure the sustainability of life whilst decolonizing knowledge and power.Marta is from ex-Yugoslavia, and is currently based in Barcelona. She is fluent in Serbian, English, Spanish, French and Catalan. In her spare time, she loves spending time outdoors, hiking, cooking for loved ones, doing photography, playing the drums in her samba band and practicing table tennis and long distance running.