He holds a degree in Industrial Engineering and a Master in Business and Finance. He is an avid reader and a frequent participant in workshops and literary competitions.
She is a professor of Gender and Contemporary Culture, and Director of the Master programme on Gender, Media and Culture at the Department of Gender Studies at the London School of Economics and Political Science (United Kingdom). Dr. Sabsay has published extensively in English and Spanish on processes of sexual democratisation, performativity, and imaginaries of sexuality and citizenship in the media and political discourse. Her current research focuses on embodiment of political mobilisation at the intersection of arts and activism. She is the author of The Political Imaginary of Sexual Freedom (Palgrave, 2016), and has co-edited with Judith Butler and Zeynep Gambetti, Vulnerability in Resistance (Duke, 2016). In Spanish, she authored Las Normas del Deseo: Imaginario Sexual y Comunicación (Cátedra, 2009) (2009) and Fronteras Sexuales: Espacio Urbano, Cuerpos y Ciudadanía (2011). She has also co-authored two book collections: Thinking Gender in Transnational Times (Palgrave) and Critical South (Polity Press).
She has a degree in nursing with over 40 years of professional experience. Since 2012, she has been the executive secretary of the FEPSI organisation, “Women Committed to the Promotion of Integral Healthcare”, at Butembo, North Kivu, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). She is an expert in preventing sexual violence and providing comprehensive care to victims, human rights and political advocacy. In 2014, she was given the “Courageous Woman” Award by the Embassy of the United States of America in the DRC to recognise FEPSI’s work in fighting against sexual violence and comprehensive care for victims of sexual violence.
Since 2019, she has been the Professor of International Public Law and International Relations at the Department of Public Law II and Philology I at Rey Juan Carlos University of Madrid. She has been the Secretary at the Centre for Ibero-American Studies at Rey Juan Carlos University since 2014. She is also the URJC’s International Relations co-ordinator. Her main research strands focus on Security and Defence, international co-operation, Latin American integration, human rights and social development. She works at the Centre for Ibero-American Studies (CEIB) at URJC.
She has a degree in Law from Granada University and holds an expert in Equal Opportunities degree from the UNED. She has been a member of the Bar Association of Jaen since 1994. Currently, she is a teaching and research professor of Constitutional Law at Cordova University, a supervisor professor of Legal Sciences in Public Administrations at the UNED, and a thesis advisor in Master of Law and Master of Labour Law and Social Security, both at the International University of La Rioja. Additionally, she was the recipient of the 28th Victoria Kent International Research Award and the 12th Carmen de Michelena Award in Equality Policies, both in 2018, for her research on gender violence and minors. She is the author of three books Madres maltratadas: Violencia vicaria sobre hijas e hijos, El fenómeno de la violencia de género a través de las hijas e hijos de madres maltratadas y La Práctica judicial en los delitos de malos tratos. Patria potestad, guarda y custodia y régimen de visitas. She also works as a proofreader and quality reviewer for “Revista Feminismo/s” published by the Gender Studies Research Institute at Alicante University.
She is a Professor of Prehistory and, currently, Vice-Chancellor for Equality, Inclusion and Sustainability at Granada University. One of her main strands of research is oriented towards studying women and children in societies in Recent Prehistory in the South of the Iberian Peninsula, particularly their daily life, maintenance activities, body and learning, and socialisation processes. Her other work strand focuses on studying the diet, mobility, identity, hybridisation and resilience in megalithic societies. Furthermore, she also engages in intense archaeological dissemination activities through various media outlets and projects such as “Pastwomen”. She was given the “Carmen de Burgos” Feminist Outreach Award (2019) by the Chancellor’s Office for Equality and Social Action at Málaga University (UMA) and the Association for Women’s Historical Studies (AEHM). She was also the recipient of the “Granada, City of Science and Innovation” Award (2019) in the “Women in Science” category awarded by the Granada Science Board.
She has a degree in law and trained in International Cooperation for Development, International Humanitarian Law, Culture of Peace and Humanitarian Action, among others.
Currently, she is head of the Humanitarian Action Department of the Andalusian Agency for International Development Cooperation (AACID) of the Junta de Andalucía. Tàpies has over 25 years of professional experience in international co-operation for development, especially in humanitarian action. She is responsible for the AACID’s humanitarian action strategies and projects, including emergency response, supporting humanitarian actors, primarily NGDOs and international organisations.
She holds a degree in Philosophy and Literature from Cordova University, she holds a Specialist in Education for Solidarity degree from Comillas University. Since 1998, she has been the co-ordinator of the Education for Global Citizenship and Emancipation Area of the NGDO Women in Conflict Zone (MZC). She has worked as a foreign aid worker in Bosnia Herzegovina and on various projects in Honduras and Colombia. She has co-authored articles on gender mainstreaming in education for development and is one of the publishers of the magazine “Hariak: towards emancipatory education”.
A Graduate and doctor in Law from Cordova University. Professor of International Public Law at Jaen University and co-ordinator of the “Common European Law and International Studies” research group, affiliated to the Andalusian Scientific Information System. He has been Vice-Chancellor and the Chancellor’s Representative for European programmes at the International University of Andalusia (UNIA), and head of the Public and Common European Law Department at Jaen University. Lecturer in the Master in Governance and Human Rights at the Open University of Catalonia, the Master in International Relations at UNIA and the Master in Droit Espagnol at the Paris Ouest-Nanterre University (France). He has engaged in research activities at several specialised centres, including the Université Paris I-Sorbonne (France), the Univ. Biccoca-Milano (Italy), Ohio University (USA) and Université de Laval (Canada).
She holds a degree and PhD in Journalism and a Master of Art History from Málaga University (UMA). She is a professor and researcher at the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC), a journalist and columnist in the newspapers Público and El Periódico, and a contributor on the TVE television show La Hora de la 1. As a journalist, she has focused on advocacy for human rights, particularly women’s human rights. She has been the recipient of the Solidaritat Award from the Institut de Drets Humans de Catalunya, La Buena Prensa Award, the Non-Sexist Communication Award from the Associació de Dones Periodistas de Catalunya, the Caleta Award from Malaga’s Provincial Government Office, Farola Award from the Andalusian Institute for Women, and the Communication Recognition Award from the Ministry of Equality for her advocacy work in support of human rights and women’s rights. She has also participated in the foundational work on women’s rights for Catalonia’s Human Rights Plan. She has published a book entitled Cómo informar e informarse sobre violencia machista y, el más reciente, No Manipuléis el Feminismo, una defensa contra los bulos machistas (Espasa). She was one of the experts that provided the gender violence background information on the documentary “Rocío, contar la verdad para seguir viviendo”, produced by Telecinco.
She is a Doctor in History from the URV, and currently a researcher at the Institut Català de Paleoecologia Humana i Evolució Social (IPHES-CERCA) and an associate professor at the Universitat Rovira i Virgili. Her scientific career is focused on the study of human remains of hominids from the Pleistocene and Holocene period using high-resolution equipment. One of her main lines of research focuses on cultural dental wear to establish the existence of social and gender differences in earlier communities and understand the social dynamics of the hunter-gatherer communities of the Palaeolithic, early Neolithic periods and Bronze Age. Another research strand examines manual and cerebral laterality and other complex cognitive manifestations, such as the origin of language. Overall, these researches have yielded over 70 articles in specialised palaeoanthropology and prehistory journals. She has been a member of the Sierra de Atapuerca research and excavation team since 1996. She has also participated in numerous archaeological excavations at other sites in the Iberian Peninsula. Scientific dissemination is another focal area of her professional career, giving talks to the general public nationally and abroad and primary and secondary pupils at various schools and high schools.
She has a degree in Education from the University of Al Azhar, and training in project design and management. She worked at the Union of Health Work Committees (UHWC) since 2003, holding various positions, including co-ordinator of women’s rights and gender violence projects that were implemented in cooperation with Alianza and funded by the AACID. She is currently Head of Strategy and Fundraising.
She has a degree in Philosophy, she holds a Master of Gender and Equal Opportunities and an Expert in Artmediation degree from Granada University. She also holds a degree in Construction of Gender Indicators for Education from Cordova University. Since 2006, she has worked in different associations and NGDOs in Andalusia, the Canary Islands, the Basque Region and Catalonia, developing workshops and training activities to promote equality and human rights, always through experiential and artistic methodologies. Since 2014, she has worked as an Education expert at MZC. She is responsible for implementing projects based on the principles of emancipatory education, promotion of global citizenship, feminist pedagogies and social and oppressed theatre methodologies. She designed the game-based education strategy that will be presented at the 12th Congress. She also co-ordinated the graphic design, printing and distribution processes.
She has a degree in sociology from Salamanca University and a PhD in Social Work from the Complutense University of Madrid. She is currently the project co-ordinator at Cepaim Foundation. She combines her duties at Cepaim with her research on equality, feminism, gender violence and masculinities. She currently co-ordinates research on the mental and emotional burden of care, Project NEO 50 of the European Social Fund. Additionally, she has authored and co-authored several books on new masculinities, including Vístete despacio que tenemos prisa. Claves para el trabajo con hombres y masculinidades como estrategia para el logro de la igualdad o ¿Y ELLOS QUÉ? Opiniones y Actitudes de los hombres ante la violencia de género, (Cepaim Foundation, 2019, 2013).
She is a flamenco singer with a degree in Psychology from Seville University. She is the recipient of thirty national awards, including the Giraldillo de Cante of the International Young Flamenco Competition held during the 11th Bienal de Arte Flamenco de Sevilla. She has also been honoured with other prestigious institutional awards, including the “Provincial Medal of Acknowledgement” from the Cadiz County Council, the “Entrepreneurial Woman Award” from the Provincial Women’s Equality Office at Sanlúcar de Barrameda, the “Young Cadiz Award” from the Andalusian Youth Institute for her contribution to promoting Cadiz abroad, the “Gold Medal” from her hometown, and the “Flamenco Hoy” award for the Best New Album “Tejiendo Lunas” given by the National Flamenco Critics Association.
She has a degree in Audiovisual Communication from Complutense University of Madrid, and training in film-making at the Madrid Film School (ECAM). She currently combines her work as a director with her job as a professor in film-making at the TAI University School and in the Master Programme in Screenwriting at the Autonomous University of Madrid. In 2009, she was given theGoya Award for Best Fictional Short Film for Mentira, and in 2012, she was nominated again for Best New Director for her feature film Evelyn. Both works focus on sexual exploitation based on in-depth research. These efforts were ultimately turned into her latest documentarySerás Hombre. She has been the president of CIMA (Spanish Association of Women filmmakers and audiovisual media) and the European Women’s Network.
She has a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing, specialist care for dependent people, from the Red Cross in Seville. She also holds a Master’s degree in Gender Studies from Seville University. Born in Nigeria, she has lived in Seville for 20 years and considers herself an anti-racist and Afrofeminist due to personal commitment, necessity and responsibility.
He is a graduate of Sociology and Political Science from the University of Lausanne (Switzerland) and the Complutense University of Madrid (Spain). He holds a bachelor’s degree from the “Institut Universitaire d’Etudes du Développement” of the University of Geneva (Switzerland). He has lived in Central America since 1981. He has worked as a director, producer, screenwriter and editor for “Télévision Suisse Romande” (TSR), SRC (Canada), Radio Québec (Canada), Channel 4 (GB), TV3 (Barcelona). More than 30 channels have broadcasted his documentaries. In 1986, he created Alba Films, a film and video production company. In 1994, he founded the Luciérnaga Foundation in Nicaragua, a broadcaster of educational videos and compiler of historical film archives. Furthermore, he is a member of ANCI (Nicaraguan Association of Cinematography).
He holds a PhD in Psychology. He is currently the CEO of Promundo-United States, and co-founder of the Promundo Institute in Brazil, an international NGO that has worked for over 20 years in more than 40 countries promoting gender equality, focusing on men and masculinities. Gary is also co-founder of MenCare, a global campaign promoting equal involvement of men in fatherhood, and co-founder of the MenEngage network. Furthermore, he has collaborated in research on masculinities, violence, and public health in more than 40 countries, including the International Men and Gender Equality Survey. He has co-authored international reports on paternity (“State of the World’s Fathers” Report) published by Promundo in 2015, 2017, 2019 and 2021.