PROGRAM 2021 *

Saturday 6th March

15:30h - 16:00h. Break

16:00 - 17:25 Panel 2

Scientific Evidence on gender versus hoaxes that promote gender-based violence and inequality

 
Presents: (to be confirmed)
Oriol Rios
Oriol Rios

Associate Professor URV. Director of the journal "Masculinities and Social Change". Coordinator of the Sappho Platform

Roseli Rodrigues
Roseli Rodrigues

Professor at the Federal University of Sao Carlos. Coordinator of NIASE group (Núcleo de Investigação e Ação Social e Educativa)

Elena María Gallardo Nieto
Elena María Gallardo Nieto

FI Predoctoral Researcher at the URV, Department of Pedagogy. Interested in research on the prevention and elimination of LGBTQI-phobic violence in social institutions in line with the Sustainable Development Goals and Human Rights. Member of the H2O LGBT collective of Camp de Tarragona.

Alfonso Rodríguez
Alfonso Rodríguez

Coordinator Instituto Natura, Latin American Network of Learning Communities

Patricia Melgar
Patricia Melgar

Associate Professor, Universitat de Girona and member of the editorial board of the journal Violence against Women.

17:30 - 18:55 Panel 3

The media and the prevention of Gender-based Violence

Presents: (to be confirmed)
Carme Figueras i Siñol
Carme Figueras i Siñol

Councillor of the Audiovisual Council of Catalonia

Cristina Pulido
Cristina Pulido

Professor Serra Húnter of the Department of Journalism at the Autonomous University of Barcelona and director of DF Diario Feminista.

19:00h - 19:30h. Closing Conference

"Gender equality plans: feminist critique and lessons learned".

 
Presents: (to be confirmed)
Pavel Ovseiko
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Senior Research Fellow, Radcliffe Department of Medicine, University of Oxford.
 
Leading a multidisciplinary programme of research and policy advocacy on gender equality and diversity across the medical and social sciences.
 
https://www.rdm.ox.ac.uk/people/pavel-ovseiko

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The participation of the speakers in this congress shows their great commitment and solidarity with scientific advancement on gender issues and its dissemination. None of their travel and accommodation costs fall on the participant fees, they cover everything with their own means

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