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09 Jan 2018

Audios del Foro Feminista frente al Libre Comercio

En el marco de la Cumbre de los Pueblos, realizada en Buenos Aires entre los días 10 y 13 de diciembre del 2017, feministas de distintos territorios y organizaciones feministas se reunieron en el Foro Feminista Frente al Libre Comercio. Los podcasts de esta serie son el registro de las discusiones llevadas a cabo en el foro y están todos disponibles en el siguiente link: https://cl.ivoox.com/es/podcast-foro-feminista-frente-al-libre-comercio_...
 
El Foro feminista tuvo como objetivo reunir e intercambiar experiencias en distintas actividades, talleres y paneles que permitieran caracterizar el contexto  macroeconómico actual de mercantilización y financiarización de la naturaleza, de los bienes comunes, de la vida y de acumulación por expoliación. La idea fue abrir instancias de formación y de debate entre mujeres, trans, travestis, lesbianas, migrantes, desplazadas, refugiadas, afrodescendientes, indígenas, campesinas, trabajadoras de la economía popular, no binaries y disidentes, para pensar entre todxs las estrategias y coordenadas para poder enfrentar la agenda del libre comercio.
 
1) Panel: Las tramas de la violencia Economica 
Conduce Flora Partenio. 
Por orden de aparición
a) Alma Espino, (Red de género y Comercio - CIEDUR, Uruguay)
b) Graciela Rodríguez (Red de Género y Comercio -  Instituto Eqüit, Brasil)
c) Corina Rodríguez Enríquez, (CIEPP - CONICET - DAWN, Argentina)
d) Verónica Gago (Ni una menos, Argentina)
 
2) Panel: Impactos del libre comercio en el mundo del trabajo
Conduce: Norma Sanchís (Red de Género y Comercio, Argentina)
a) Milagros Pau (Secretaria de Género de la PIT - CNT, Uruguay)
b) Estela Díaz (Secretaria de Género CTA Argentina)
c) Juneia Batista (CUT, Brasil)
d) Débora Spíndola (Asociación Bancaria, Corriente Federal de Trabajadores, Argentina)
e) Ximena Gómez (Ate desde abajo, Argentina)
f) Alba Rueda (Mujeres Trans Argentina)
g) Enith Flores (Asociación Civil de DDHH Mujeres Unidas Migrantes y Refugiadas en Argentina AMUNRA)
 
3) Panel: Propuestas, alternativas y resistencias frente al libre comercio
Coordina Patricia Laterra
(Por orden de palabra)
a) Analba Brazao (Articulacaon de Mulheres Brasileiras, Brasil)
b) Melike Yasar (Movimiento de Mujeres del Kurdistán)
c) Lourdes Huanca (Vía Campesina - Perú)
d) Francimar dos Santos Junior (FPMM - Forum Permanente de Mulheres de Manaus - Amazonas- Brasil)
e) Natividad Obeso (AMUNRA - Argentina)
f) Daniela Silva (Xingu Vivo para sempre, Bello Monte, Pará, Brasil)
g) Celina Rodríguez (Catedra Libre Virginia Bolten /Frente Popular Darío Santillán)
h) Mariana Frega (Campaña Nacional contra la violencia hacia las mujeres - Argentina)
i) Claudia Korol (Pañuelos en rebeldía - Argentina)
 
4) Panel: Comercio electrónico y Revolución 4.0
Coordina: Mariana Iturriza (Red de Género y Comercio - Argentina)
a) Lucas Tasquetto (Univ. Nacional do ABC - Sao Paulo - Brasil)
b) Sofía Scarra (UNI Americas - Argentina)
c) Svein Hilbing (Pan para el mundo - Alemania)
d) Evelin Heidel (Asamblea Mejor sin TLC - Argentina)
 
5) Panel: La pobreza es Violencia
Conduce: Raquel Vivanco (MUMALA - Argentina)
a) Natalia Quiroga (Maestría de Economía Social- Univ de Gral Sarmiento- Argentina)
b) Nora Cervantes (Coop. Mandarinas Textil)
 
 
 
21 Apr 2015

(CPD 48) Gita Sen at Expert Panel (Part 2)

Gita Sen, General Coordinator of DAWN, was part of the expert panel - general debate on national experience in population matters: realizing the future we want - integrating population issues into sustainable development, including n the pst-2015 development agenda, at the 48th Session of the Commission on Population and Development (CPD 48), held at the United Nations Headquarters, in New York from 13 to 17 April, 2015.

The programme is given below: 

Panel discussion on “Integrating population issues into sustainable development”

Panellists

Mr. Mark Montgomery, Senior Associate of the Population Council and Professor of the Department of Economics, Stony Brook University; Ms. Gita Sen, Professor of Public Health, Indian Institute of Management in Bangalore; Mr. Jacob R. S. Malungo, Professor of Demography of the University of Zambia; and Ms. Lori Hunter, Professor at the Environment and Society Program, Institute of Behavioral Science, University of Colorado at Boulder

Moderator

Ms. Pamela Falk, Foreign Affairs Analyst of the CBS News TV and Radio and former President of the United Nations Correspondents’ Association

To watch the video of the expert panel, please visit UN webTV at:

21 Apr 2015

(CPD 48) Gita Sen at Expert Panel (Part 1)

Gita Sen, General Coordinator of DAWN, was part of the expert panel - general debate on national experience in population matters: realizing the future we want - integrating population issues into sustainable development, including n the pst-2015 development agenda, at the 48th Session of the Commission on Population and Development (CPD 48), held at the United Nations Headquarters, in New York from 13 to 17 April, 2015.

The programme is given below: 

Panel discussion on “Integrating population issues into sustainable development”

Panellists

Mr. Mark Montgomery, Senior Associate of the Population Council and Professor of the Department of Economics, Stony Brook University; Ms. Gita Sen, Professor of Public Health, Indian Institute of Management in Bangalore; Mr. Jacob R. S. Malungo, Professor of Demography of the University of Zambia; and Ms. Lori Hunter, Professor at the Environment and Society Program, Institute of Behavioral Science, University of Colorado at Boulder

Moderator

Ms. Pamela Falk, Foreign Affairs Analyst of the CBS News TV and Radio and former President of the United Nations Correspondents’ Association

To watch the video of the expert panel, please visit UN webTV at:

16 Apr 2015

(CPD 48) Panel Discussion and Launch of a Special Issue of Global Public Health: Introduction by Gita Sen

This CPD48 Side Event, co-sponsored by DAWN, and the Governments of the Republic of Philippines and the Kingdom of Denmark, on Monday, April 13th, 2015 at the UN Headquarters in New York. The Special Issue of the journal, Global Public Health is the product of a two-year long project, coordinated by DAWN, which has brought together a number of key researchers and analysts in the SRHR field to write papers and commentaries on what has been achieved so far on SRHR, and where we need to go from here as we move into the post 2015 world. It takes a fresh look at the evidence from low and middle income countries on progress made towards the SRHR agenda, and how this agenda should guide and be integrated into the framing of sustainable development goals (SDGs).

This work was carried out with the aid of a grant from the International Development Research Centre (IDRC). The speakers were: 
  • Dr Babatunde Osotimehin (UNFPA),
  • Dr Carmen Barroso (IPPF/WHR),
  • Saida Ali (IWHC),
  • Dr Gita Sen (DAWN),
  • Dr Antonio Juan Perez (Philippines)

 

 

16 Apr 2015

(CPD 48) Dr Babatunde Osotimehin at: Panel Discussion and Launch of a Special Issue of Global Public Health

Dr Babatunde Osotimehin (UNFPA)

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