PROGRAM 2021 *
Friday 5th March
16:30h. Opening of the congress
Autonomous Secretary for Equality and Diversity. Generalitat Valenciana
Vice-Rector for Social Responsibility and International Cooperation of the UPV
Alejandra Boni Aristizabal
Deputy Director of the Institute for Innovation and Knowledge Management - INGENIO (CSIC-UPV)
José Martí Parreño
Vice-Rector for Research and Transfer. Universidad Internacional de Valencia (VIU)
President of AUCFEM, Asociación Universitaria de Ciencia, Feminismo y Masculinidades (University Association of Science, Feminism and Masculinities).
17:00h - 17:45h. Inaugural Conference.
"Historic achievements in overcoming second-order violence"
Presents: Mar Joanpere, professor at Universitat Rovira i Virgili
Professor at Universitat de Barcelona. Affiliated member at Centre for Community, Gender, and Social Justice.
Deputy Director General of Lluita contra la Violència Masclista (Fight against gender Violence) .
Generalitat de Catalunya
17:45h - 18:00h. Break
18:00h - 19:30h. Panel 1
Feminism against COVID-19:Women's action against inequalities in the pandemic
Presents: Esther Roca, professor at Universitat de València
PhD student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Professor at Nebrija University. Co-editor of the journal GÉNEROS Multidisciplinary Journal of Gender Studies.
Member of the Women, Business and the Law team at the World Bank Group since 2016. Conducts research and analysis on laws and regulations that limit women's legal capacity, freedom of movement and access to financial services in different regions.
Professor of Medical Microbiology and Researcher. Faculty of Medicine and Nursing, University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU.
Professor in Social Work Training and Research Unit, University of Barcelona. Research and Teaching Innovation in Social Work Group (GRITS). Her lines of research focus on the field of social exclusion and the gender perspective.
19:35h - 21:00h. Simultaneous communications 1
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