This year, IMEK Research Center in Marketing & Development and the Latin American Social Marketing Association (LAMSO) join the commemoration of International Women’s Day, by co-organizing a free virtual seminar to share views and approaches on gender violence in Latin America. This virtual seminar aims to generate a discussion among Latin American experts with different perspectives and experiences related to gender. Next, our guests:
Eugenia D’Angelo (Argentina) is a lawyer. Master in international cooperation and development, and in Political Science and International Relations. She is doing a doctorate in Advanced Studies in Human Rights at the Carlos III University of Madrid. Her topics of study are gender, development, and gender violence in Latin America. She is the Executive Director of the organization MundoSur and Coordinator of the Latin American Network Against Gender-based Violence.
Gustavo Pérez (Colombia) is a social anthropologist with a master’s degree in Inequalities and Social Sciences, a human rights defender, and a Chevening Scholar. He has worked for more than nine years promoting the rights of LGBTI people, social justice, and peacebuilding. Currently he is a member of the Technical Secretariat of Red SinViolencia LGBTI grouping ten organizations that work for the rights of this population in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Remedios Uriana (Colombia) she is a Wayuu indigenous woman, feminist, social worker, Specialist in Gender and Intercultural Studies, and a candidate for a Master’s in Politics and International Relations. With 7 years of professional experience in gender and ethnic issues. Current member of the UN Women Advisory Group of civil society.
Miriam Campirán Gutiérrez (México) obtained a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s degree in systemic family therapy. Graduated from the Inside-out course “Education, gender and subjectivities”, in the Puente Grande prison in the women’s section by the National Pedagogical University. She currently works as a project leader at Sarape Social and is responsible for applying the gender perspective in the social and educational programs that she has led since 2017.
16 March 2023
- 3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Costa Rica, México, Guatemala.
- 4:00 p.m. a 5:30 p.m. Colombia, Peru.
- 5:00 p.m. a 6:30 p.m. Bolivia.
- 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay y Paraguay.