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Luciana Peker

Luciana Peker

Journalist specialized in gender
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She is a columnist on Infobae and is co-host of the program Lo Intempestivo on Nacional Rock and does a column on Pasaron Cosas, on Radio Con Vos. He wrote for more than twenty years in the supplement Las / 12, on Página 12. He also published columns in The New York Times, Washington Post, El País, La Marea, Eldiario.Es, Yo Donna and Anfibia, among other media. He gave workshops on gender narration at the Gabo Festival and various meetings. She is the author of the books "Sexteame", love and sex in the era of desiring women "; "The revolution of the daughters"; “Golosa whore, for a feminism of enjoyment”; "The women's revolution was not just a pill" and "Railway women, life experiences on rails". She won the Lola Mora Award for Lifetime Achievement and the Honorable Mention at the TEA Stimulus Awards.
Matilda gonzales

Matilda Gonzalez

Lawyer, expert on LGBTI rights

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Lawyer graduated from the Universidad de Los Andes. Master in International Law from American University, Washington College of Law. She has worked in the Rapporteurship on the Rights of LGBTI Persons at the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) as a fellow; in Colombia Diversa as a lawyer; at the Colombian Institute of Family Welfare as a technical reference for the differential approach in the Directorate of Children and Adolescents. He has written for media such as El Espectador, Cromos, Vice, El País Internacional and Open Democracy. Co-creator, together with El Espectador, of the YouTube channel La Prohibida. Co-author of the Trans Legal Mapping report (Editions 2016, 2017 and 2020) of the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association (ILGA). She has been a consultant for the International National Civil Liberties Organization (INCLO) and was Secretary for Women and Gender Equality of the Mayor of Manizales in 2020.
Patricia gomez

Patricia gomez

Feminist political scientist
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Magister from the Autonomous University of Barcelona. Political scientist from the University of Buenos Aires. Undergraduate and graduate teacher and researcher specialized in gender and feminisms. Academic Secretary of the Gender and Law Update Program (UBA) and is a member of the Gender Observatory in Justice of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires. She is co-founder of the Tierra Violeta Cultural Center and is a member of the Network of Political Scientists.
Tania Ramirez Hernandez

Tania Ramirez Hernandez

Executive Director of the Network for the Rights of the Child in Mexico
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BA in Hispanic Letters from UNAM with a master's degree in Editorial Projects from the Autonomous University of Madrid and another in Historical Materialism and Critical Theory from the Complutense University of Madrid. He has a doctorate in Linguistics and Literature Theory from the Autonomous University of Madrid. She is currently Executive Director of the Network for Children's Rights in Mexico, REDIM, a position that was appointed to her in May 2021. She worked at El Colegio de México as a research assistant; in the Human Rights Commission of Mexico City in charge of the area of Social Bonding; in CONAPRED as DGA of Liaison, Culture and Education, where she was also in charge of office in the Presidency from July to December 2020. She was founding director of the career "Human Rights and Peace Management" at the University of the Cloister of Sor Juana .

He has worked in community work camps and Tequio in rural communities, as well as in environmental care projects and literacy campaigns for more than 10 years. She has been part of the organization HIJOS México (daughters and sons of disappeared, exiled or murdered people for political reasons) since its foundation 20 years ago, as well as the Eureka! His career includes participations on human rights in national and international seminars; collaborations in radio, television and press. She is co-author of the book El México Indignado; Paths for equality and How to build peace in today's Mexico? and was a columnist for the DH supplement of Milenio on the subject of language and human rights. He has participated as a jury in film festivals such as DOCSDF and Against Silence All Voices. She has been an advisor to projects and to commissions governing social development programs.

Dora ravines

Dora ravines

Sociologist, feminist historian, Ad honorem advisor to the President of the Nation
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Sociologist and Doctor in History from UNICAMP- Brazil, Consultant Professor of the Faculty of Social Sciences of the UBA, Principal Investigator of CONICET and Director of CONICET representing the Social Sciences and Humanities from May 2010 to May 2019.
In 2012, Science and Women: 12 names to change the world received international recognition from the National Center for Research on Human Evolution - CENIEH - Burgos - Spain. In 2014 she was honored as an Illustrious Citizen of the City of Buenos Aires by the Legislature; In 2015 he obtained the Academic Excellence Award from the UBA, in 2016 the Konex Humanities / Gender Studies Award and the Democracy / Argentine Thought Award. In 2017 he received the Latin American and Caribbean Award-CLACSO 50 Years. He was awarded the HONORIS CAUSA DOCTORATE at the following National Universities: Córdoba, Mar del Plata, Centro de la Pcia. De Buenos Aires and La Plata.
Camila Ollin Pérez

Camila

Young student, activist for the right to education

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Young student, activist for the right to education who seeks to reduce inequality gaps in the country. With the confinement that the COVID-19 pandemic represented, I could see more starkly that the inequality gaps would be reflected in a learning crisis, massive school dropouts and an increase in child labor, since the educational model would evaluate the tools and possibilities of the student , which directly intersects with their socioeconomic status. For this reason, at the age of 17 I decided to found the collective #evaluaciónjusta that sought universal accreditation for girls, boys and adolescent students of the Mexican Republic, with the active participation of students to transform the educational system. In August 2020, the SEP announced universal accreditation for basic education students. The collective #evaluaciónjusta, we continue seeking direct dialogue with the Ministry of Public Education.
He has worked in community work camps and Tequio in rural communities, as well as in environmental care projects and literacy campaigns for more than 10 years. She has been part of the organization HIJOS México (daughters and sons of disappeared, exiled or murdered people for political reasons) since its foundation 20 years ago, as well as the Eureka! His career includes participations on human rights in national and international seminars; collaborations in radio, television and press. She is co-author of the book El México Indignado; Paths for equality and How to build peace in today's Mexico? and was a columnist for the DH supplement of Milenio on the subject of language and human rights. He has participated as a jury in film festivals such as DOCSDF and Against Silence All Voices. She has been an advisor to projects and to commissions governing social development programs.
Federico Grasso

Frederick

Activist. Militant of the LGBT community
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Federico Grasso, 18 years old. Moreno, Buenos Aires. Activist for the rights of girls, boys and adolescents. Militant of the LGBT community with an abolitionist perspective of gender and prostitution.
Johanna patino

Jhoana Patiño

Professor, researcher, poet and feminist activist

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Professor, researcher, poet and feminist activist. She is currently an associate researcher at MINCIENCIAS. She works at the Center for Advanced Studies in Childhood and Youth. She is a member of the Mission of Wise Men in Caldas and coordinator of the Caldas Writers Network.
Nadia victoria rivera

Nadia victoria rivera

Save the Children advisor on gender equality issues, antimilitarist feminist
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She is thematic advisor on Gender Equality at Save the Children Colombia, an antimilitarist feminist. She has been working for more than 7 years on issues related to childhood, gender equality, sexual rights and reproductive rights in the field of child protection and the design of guidelines and public policies to address all forms of violence against women and girls. and adults. In this career, one of his specialties was addressing violence against children and adolescents in contexts of crisis and conflict. Their struggle focuses on the elimination of all forms of violence in the environments where the lives of children, adolescents and women take place.

Likewise, he has had the opportunity to learn and participate in international experiences in the African context, in relation to migratory phenomena and sexual violence with an emphasis on Sexual Exploitation, in humanitarian and development contexts.

Karol Liseth Giraldo Leon

Karlis

Save the Children collaborator in projects for girls and young people
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Hello, I am 15 years old, I live in Arauca and for about 3 years I have been in the Save the children processes, all these projects have helped me to strengthen my life project, I am increasingly grateful that these projects help girls and young people and for his voice to be strong and heard.
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Marcela Henao Alvarez placeholder image

National gender advisor at Fundación Plan
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National gender advisor at Fundación Plan. Accompany adolescent women and young women in strengthening their leadership and autonomy. Feminist, practitioner and teacher of body techniques for wellness and emotional management. Psychologist, magistrate in social policy, apprentice to the Tao of women's health.
Nora schulman

Nora schulman

Executive Director at CASACIDN
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She is a Graduate in Social Service, at the Faculty of Rights and Social Sciences of the UBA, Ex-Academic Secretary of the Social Work career at the UBA, Executive Director at CASACIDN (Argentine Committee for Monitoring and Application of the CDN), Coord . Academic of the Virtual Course "Systems for the Comprehensive Protection of the Rights of NNyA. Tours and Perspectives from the State and from Civil Society ”, CASACIDN.-Univ. National of Córdoba.
General Coordinator of the Project "Regional Strategy to Combat Child Trafficking for Sexual Exploitation in Mercosur" CASACIDN-BID. Author of various articles, among which the CASACIDN case stands out as a plaintiff in the case against Grassi ”in Access to Justice for child victims. Drafter of Law No. 6915 on "Comprehensive Protection of the Rights of Children and Adolescents" of the province of Santiago del Estero. Coord. academic in "Protection Systems in the Province of La Pampa". Postgraduate teacher in "Master's in Childhood and Institutions" at the Nac. Univ. Of Mar del Plata. CASACIDN representative before the International Network Weaving Childhood Networks. EU project co-applicants.
Ophelia Fernandez

Ophelia Fernandez

Feminist militant. Legislator of CABA for the Front of Todes. Reference of the Frente Patria Grande

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Feminist militant. Legislator of CABA for the Front of Todes. Reference of the Frente Patria Grande.
Valentina avila

Valentina

Student. Athlete in Artistic Gymnastics. Argentine National Champion
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Student. Athlete in Artistic Gymnastics. Argentine National Champion.
Enrique Stola

Enrique Stola

Psychiatrist. Expert in Gender Violence and Masculinities
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Feminist. Psychiatrist. Specialist in Clinical Psychology. Specialist in Scientific Research Methodology. Magister in Psychoneuroendocrinology. Psychodramatist. Expert in Gender Violence, Sexual Abuse against children and Masculinities. Member of the Association of Argentine Psychiatrists (APSA).
Pauline Ochoa Leon

Pauline Ochoa Leon

PhD in social anthropology
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I am a doctor in social anthropology. My professional life has revolved around understanding the intersection between migration, armed conflict and everyday life, mainly from the experience of girls and women.
Citlalli Maria

Citlali Maria

Code F

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Hello, I am Citlalli, I am 11 years old, I am from Chiapas and I am of Tzotzil lineage. I have been in F Code for 2 years and I have participated in many events and I have experience. Also, I am very, very excited to discuss the SEINNAC assembly issues. See you on May 28th.

Angelica Cuenca Gomez

Angelica Cuenca Gomez

Administrator of Service Institutions and Magister in Child Development of the Universidad de la Sabana
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Angélica Cuenca Gómez is Colombian, from Bogotá, Administrator of Service Institutions and Magister in Child Development from the Universidad de la Sabana. Has more than 10 years of experience
working on social programs and projects especially aimed at children. For 6 years she was linked to National Government Entities such as the Colombian Family Welfare Institute and the Ministry of Culture; There he participated in the formulation and implementation of public policies aimed at Early Childhood, Childhood, Adolescence and Family.

Since 2021 she has been performing the role of Executive Secretary of the Alliance for Colombian Children.

Maria Elena Naddeo

Maria Elena Naddeo

Teacher, feminist activist specializing in social policies
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María Elena Naddeo, teacher, feminist activist, BA in History, specialized in gender and social policies. She taught at the intermediate and higher level in various educational establishments, completed the postgraduate studies on women at the UBA's Faculty of Psychology, and numerous courses at FLACSO and CLACSO. She served as General Secretary of the Association of Teachers of Secondary and Higher Education, ADEMYS. She was a city legislator in three parliamentary terms, in this capacity she promoted the law for the comprehensive protection of childhood, number 114, as well as the law on sexual and reproductive health and the law on Equality between Men and Women. In 2000 he created the Council for the Rights of Boys, Girls and Adolescents of the City of Buenos Aires and numerous rights protection mechanisms, a position he held until 2007. Currently, he is the head of the Childhood, Adolescence and Gender area of the Ombudsman's Office and co-president of the Permanent Assembly for human rights. APIABA is a member of the Assembly for Children and Adolescents of the City of Buenos Aires and the Latin American Network against gender violence.
Yésica Sánchez Maya

Yésica Sánchez Maya

Lawyer, feminist and human rights defender
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She is one of the founding women of the Mesoamerican Initiative of Human Rights Defenders and of the National Network of Defenders of Mexico, a member of the National Citizen Observatory of Femicide, is part of the Space of Civil Organizations of the state of Oaxaca. She was president of Limeddh-Oaxaca from April 2003 to August 2008.

She has accompanied various defenders at risk for their work, as well as victims of human rights violations: torture, arbitrary detention, forced disappearance, political violence, feminicide and feminicidal violence. She has been coordinator of various reports and cases sent to the United Nations and the OAS. He is currently part of the Management team of Consorcio Oaxaca, participated in the recent session of the United Nations Human Rights Committee, jointly speaking with PBI.

Suri sastoque

Suri

National delegate of Potosí peace managers
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I'm 14. I am a national delegate of Potosí peace managers. I like to draw and when I grow up I want to be a psychologist and illustrator.
Yasmira Blanco Gulfo

Yasmira

Student and activist for gender equality
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I am from Cartagena-Bolivar, I am 19 years old and I study Law, I love and are passionate about all issues related to gender equality, the importance of women and female empowerment because I consider that they are the bases to create a more inclusive society , equitable and egalitarian.
Marisa graham

Marisa graham

Lawyer, defender of the Rights of Girls, Boys and Adolescents
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Marisa Graham is a family law attorney. Adjunct professor of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in family and children's law at the Law School of the University of Buenos Aires; postgraduate professor at the Faculty of Social Sciences of the same University and Director of the postgraduate Diploma "Rights of children and adolescents in social, political and cultural contexts". She was an advisor to the Human Rights Treaties and Integration Commission of the Constitutional Convention in 1994; and he held various positions related to the matter in the Province of Buenos Aires, the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires and the Nation. She is currently the Defender of the Rights of Girls, Boys and Adolescents.
Yasmira Blanco Gulfo

Carla Rios

Woman, young, human rights defender and member of the independent free space Marabunta

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In 2020, she was awarded third place in the Youth Award in the CDMX Human Rights Promoters and Defenders category. During the award ceremony, Carla made a call for justice for Nadia Vera, Mile Martín, Alejandra Negrete, Yesenia Quiroz and Rubén Espinosa murdered in the Narvarte neighborhood in Mexico City in 2015.
The Marabunta Brigade is a group focused on defending human rights during social protests in Mexico.
Suri sastoque

Gloria Careaga

General Coordinator of the Rainbow Foundation
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He completed his undergraduate studies in Psychology at the Instituto Tecnológico de Estudios Superiores de Occidente and a master's degree in Social Psychology at the National Autonomous University of Mexico. From 1992 to 2004 she served as Academic Secretary of the University Program for Gender Studies at UNAM. Among the initiatives developed there, in addition to the incorporation of gender in the development of knowledge and in public policies, he promoted the area of Studies on Sexual Diversity and a new perspective for the analysis of masculinity.
In 2005 she was a visiting professor at the National University in Costa Rica and in 2007 she did an internship at the Sexuality Policy Watch in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

He has formed training and awareness teams in aspects such as: Gender relations; Public politics; Citizenship; Empowerment and leadership; Sexual Diversity, aimed at public officials from different government agencies, the Ministry of Health, CONAPO, the Ministry of Security, among others.
His international experience is very broad, he has participated in different United Nations Conferences, and he is part of the scientific committee of the International AIDS Conferences. She is currently the General Coordinator of the Arcoíris Foundation for respect for Sexual Diversity, was Co-Secretary General of ILGA, is a member of the steering committee of the Observatory of Sexuality and Politics (SPW), and is part of the Global Coalition of Women and AIDS .
He has published multiple articles in specialized magazines, book chapters and coordinated several anthologies, among them we can mention: Debates on Masculinities, Power, development, public policies and citizenship; Diverse sexualities, approaches for their analysis; Sexual orientation in the struggle of women; Questioned Powers: Sexism and Racism in Latin America; Coordinates the Biannual Meeting of Studies in Sexuality and Society in Latin America and the Caribbean. And she currently teaches the Sexuality and Gender course at the Faculty of Psychology, as well as participating in the education and training of public officials and employees on human rights and dissident sexualities. General Coordinator of the Rainbow Foundation.

Yasmira Blanco Gulfo

Isabel Erreguerena

Co-director at Equis Justicia para las Mujeres
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Co-director at Equis Justicia para las Mujeres, an organization focused on promoting comprehensive access to justice for all women.

She has a Law Degree, graduated with honors from the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México. He has a Master's Degree in International Law with a specialization in Human Rights from the Washington College of Law of American University. He completed a Doctorate (Ph.D.) in Social Anthropology from the Universidad Iberoamericana.

He has worked in various public administration institutions such as the National Institute for Access to Information, the National Human Rights Commission and the Permanent Mission of Mexico to the United Nations. She has worked as a researcher in projects related to the evaluation of the National Human Rights Commission. She has also been a professor of Public International Law and Human Rights at the Law School of La Salle University and at the Law School of Anáhuac University in Mexico City.

Suri sastoque

Leticia Bonifaz Alfonzo

Mexican lawyer, expert in human rights, gender equality, law enforcement, legislative technique, indigenous groups and alternative law
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Since November 2020, she has been an expert on the Committee for the Elimination of Discrimination against Women. She has a degree and a doctorate in Law from UNAM, where she has been a teacher for 30 years. She was director of the Legal Studies Division of the Center for Economic Research and Teaching. She was a fellow of the Italian government to carry out postdoctoral research at the University of Bologna.

In October 1994, he represented Mexico at the International Conference for the signing of the Trademark Law Treaty in Geneva, Switzerland.
As a public servant, she served as director of the Judicial School of the Electoral Court of the Federal Judicial Power, general director of Studies, Promotion and Development of Human Rights of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation, and Legal Counselor and Legal Services in the Federal District Government, where she was a key player in the process of decriminalizing abortion in Mexico City in 2007. She was also a consultant for the United Nations Development Program.

In November 2020, the Ministry of Foreign Relations promoted her as a candidate to integrate the Committee for the Elimination of Discrimination against Women, she was chosen as one of the 11 new experts for the period 2021-2024. He is a columnist for the newspaper El Universal. On December 10, 2020, he was awarded the Fray Bartolomé de Las Casas Medal by the San Cristóbal de las Casas City Council, for his outstanding work in favor of Human Rights.

Yasmira Blanco Gulfo

Marta Clara Ferreyra Beltrán

General Director of Autonomy and Empowerment for Substantive Equality at INMUJERES

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Her last position was as Director of the Culture and Non-Discrimination Program of the National Council to Prevent Discrimination (CONAPRED). She has a degree in History and a Master in Political Studies from UNAM. She worked as Coordinator of the Gender Unit of the Coordination of Cultural Diffusion of the UNAM; Secretary of Gender Equality of the University Program for Gender Studies and as Secretary of Equality of the Center for Gender Research and Studies (CIEG), UNAM. Also, she was Deputy Director of the Feminist Debate Magazine (2012-2015).

She has served as a professor at the undergraduate level of the Public Policy and Gender subject at the Faculty of Political and Social Sciences of the UNAM. Among her publications are: “Care: a matter of human rights and public policy” (UN-Women); “Handbook on Parity: Parity a New Paradigm for Women's Political Action” (Simone de Beauvior Institute); and "A look from within", in the Interdisciplinary Journal of Gender Studies of El Colegio de México, among others.

Suri sastoque

Rachel Ramirez Salgado

Teacher, workshop and lecturer on the subject of human rights, the feminist gender perspective and the media
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Graduate and Master in Communication from the Faculty of Political and Social Sciences of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) and PhD from the same institution in Political and Social Sciences. She has a diploma in Preventive Journalism from the Complutense University of Madrid and has a specialty in Inclusion, Intersectionality and Equity Studies, from the Free University of Berlin, an institution where she did a research project between 2016 and 2017.

For 16 years, she has been a teacher, workshop leader and lecturer on the subject of human rights, the feminist gender perspective and the media. He did a research stay at the Free University of Berlin during the winter semester 2016-2017. She is currently a gender consultant for Wikimedia México, as well as a teacher at the Museo Memoria y Tolerancia and the Universidad Iberoamericana. She is the creator and coordinator of the “Feminist Communication School” projects, with the support of the Cultural Center of Spain in Mexico, as well as a collaborator of the Mechanism for the Integral Protection of Human Rights Defenders and Journalists of Mexico City (in the area of Gender and Communication) and of diverse means like the Magazine of the University of Mexico, the magazine Chilango and others. As an advisor, she has participated in projects of regulations and consultancies on gender equality in institutions such as the National Institute of Women of her country, the Federal Electoral Institute and the Institute of Public Administration of the State of Hidalgo.

Angie Paola

Angie Paola

Young leader, empowered

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I am Angie Paola, I am 16 years old, I am in grade 11.

I am a young, empowered leader who does not remain silent in the face of injustice, I am not afraid to raise my voice to assert our rights, I am a defender and spokesperson for children and youth, she considered me a feminist.

I have been part of projects with Fundación Plan since 2019 among them; communities for peace, transforming seeds, my voice my agency of the program leading for peace, women in the cloud.