IV INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S FORUM AGAINST CORRUPTION: from diagnosis to action

OCTOBER 19- 21, 2016

OPENING STATEMENTS: WEDNESDAY,  OCTOBER 19 – AULA MAGNA (Main Auditorium)

9.00 - 11.00 hs.

Engineer Susana Malcorra - Foreign Affairs Minister (Chancellor) (to be confirmed); Dr. Elena Highton de Nolasco - Supreme Court of Justice Minister; Dr. Carolina Stanley, Social Development Minister; Dr. Stella Maris Martínez - Federal Public Defender of Argentina; Dr. Mónica Pinto - Dean, School of Law, University of Buenos Aires; Dr. Susana Medina, President of IAWJ - International Association of Women Judges and AMJA -Women Judges Association of Argentina.

 

AULA MAGNA (Main Auditorium) 11.00 - 13.30

PANEL 1: How to revert the corruption that affects the human rights of women

Presentation: Lic. Monique Altschul, Mujeres en Igualdad Executive Director.

Dr. Marcelo Colombo, General Attorney against Trafficking – PROTEX, General Attorney Office; Dr. Soledad García Muñoz, Coordinator of IIDH – Human Rights Interamerican Institute - South America Regional Office; Norma Morandini, Director of the Human Rights Observatory, Senate of the Nation, former Senator; Dr. Margarita Stolbizer, Congresswoman.

Commentator: Dr. Manuel Garrido, Director, Center of Anticorruption Studies of University  of St. Andrews, Argentina, former parlamentarian.

 

AULA MAGNA (Main Auditorium) 14.30 - 17.00

PANEL 2: ACCESS TO INFORMATION /POLICIES and TOOLS AGAINST CORRUPTION

Presentation: Mariana Massaccesi, Vital Voices Argentina Coordinator

Dr. Néstor Baragli, AntiCorruption Office; Dr. Santiago Cantón, Human Rights Secretary – Province of Buenos Aires; Lic. Marina Carbajal, Undersecretary of Institutional Reform; Dr. Robert Fry, Canadian Ambassador in Argentina; Dr. Ester Kaufman, specialist in Open Government, CIS-CONICET/IDES; Dr. Natalia Volosin, Master and Ph.D. Candidate, Yale University, General Direction for Asset Recovery and Asset Forfeiture in Attorney General 's Office.

Commentator: Patricia Gómez, Political Sciences, Univ. Buenos Aires; Magister in Human Rights, International Univ. of Andalusia; Ph.D. Candidate Autonomous Univ. of Barcelona

 

THURSDAY,  OCTOBER 20

AULA MAGNA (Main Auditorium) 9.30 - 11.30 hs.

PANEL 3: GENDER PUBLIC POLICIES

Presentation: Gabriela Lerman, Undersecretary of Social Development, Vicente López – Prov. of Buenos Aires

Dr. Diana Maffía, philosopher – Director, Gender and Justice Observatory, Buenos Aires, former parlamentarian; Susan Markham, Senior Coordinator for Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment, USAID; Fabiana Túñez, President – National Women’s Council of Argentina; Prof. Delfina Veiravé, President of UNNE, NorthEastern National University; Lic. Ma. Eugenia Vidal, Governor, Province of Buenos Aires (to be confirmed).

Commentator: Lic. Sabrina Landoni, Lic. in Political Sciences; National Director of Diversity and Communitarian Culture.

 

SALÓN AZUL – BLUE ROOM - 10 – 12

PANEL 4: DEBATES ON ACCESS TO INFORMATION

Presentation: Silvia Ferraro, MEI President

Karina Banfi, National Congress Representative; Dr. Marta Oyhanarte, former Undersecretary of Institutional Reform and Democracy Strengthening (to be confirmed); Magister Patricia Rojo, Management and Coordination Secretary, Rosario National University; Daniela Reich, President, Provincial Women´s Council, Bs. As.;Lic. Pablo Secchi, Executive Director, Poder Ciudadano.

Commentator: Lic. Inés Selvood, social communicator, formerly in Transparency International, Berlin; expert in Open Government

11.30 a 13 hs.   AULA MAGNA (Main Auditorium)

PANEL 5: GENDER RESPONSIVE BUDGETING

Presentation: Cristina García, economist

Elisabeth Klatzer, specialist in Gender Responsive Budgeting, Universidad de Economía de Viena, Austria; Prof. María Elena Naddeo, General Director of Childhood, Adolescence, Gender and Diversity, Ombudsperson Office City of Buenos Aires, former legislator; Dr. Laura Pautassi, Independent Researcher CONICET; Professor, School of Law UBA, Member of  ELA; Dr. Corina Rodríguez Enríquez, economist and Ph.D. in Social Sciences, CIEPP

Commentator: Dr. Lidia Heller, Ph.D.in in Business Administration, UBA; consultant and trainer in Leadership, Diversity and Labour Market

 

AULA MAGNA (Main Auditorium) 14.00- 17

PANEL 6: Debates on GENDERED PUBLIC POLICIES

Presentation: Lic. Hebe Molinuevo, psychologist

Silvana Biagiotti, Undersecretary in Touristic Development – Ministry of Tourism; Dra. Itatí Canido, Social Promotion Undersecretary, Ministry of Human Development and Habitat, City of Buenos Aires Government; Dr. Alejandra Castiñeira de Dios, Argentine Tennis Association - Administrative and Institutional Coordinator, Argentine Olympic Committee, Women and sports; Dr. Viviana Devoto, Province Director, Program Envión (Shared Social Responsibility), Ministry of Social Development Prov. BsAs; Dr. Zulma Ortiz, Health Minister, Province of Buenos Aires; Dr. Fabiana Ríos, former Governor of Tierra del Fuego and parlamentarian; Daniela Reich, President, Women’s Council of Buenos Aires Province.

Commentator: Lic. María Orsenigo, social psychologist, Congress Advisor

 

SALON AZUL – BLUE ROOM - 14.30 . 16.30

PANEL 7: JOURNALISM, GENDER AND ACCESS TO INFORMATION

Presentation: Lorena Jaimerena

Mariana Carbajal, feminist TV and newspaper journalist - Página 12; Lic. Liliana Hendel, psychologist, TV and Radio feminist journalist – coordinator of RIPVG; Maximiliano Montenegro, journalist, RIPVG; Luciana Peker, journalist, Las 12; Lic. Anna Torres, Wikimedia. Political scientist; Luisa Valmaggia, radio and cable TV journalist

Commentator: Lic. Sonia Santoro, journalist and writer

 

SALÓN ROJO - RED ROOM - 16.30 – 18

PANEL 8: GENDER PARITY - Electoral Laws; electoral campaign financing

Presentation: Alejandra García, UNDP

Arch. Cristina Alvarez Rodríguez, Congresswoman; Dra. Silvia Augsburger, former Congresswoman; Dr. Line Bareiro, Magister  in Political Sciences, Univ. of Heidelberg, CEDAW Committee; Dr. Mariana Caminotti, Ph.D. in political science UNSAM/CONICET; Dr. Carla Carrizo, political scientist, Congresswoman; Dr. Natalia Gherardi, Executive Director ELA – Latin American Team for Justice and Gender.

Commentator: Dr. Silvia Collin, political scientist and educator; radio journalist

 

SALON AZUL – BLUE ROOM  16.30 – 18

PANEL 9: GENDER PUBLIC POLICIES AND BUDGETING - Sexual and Reproductive Rights - Trafficking in women and girls

Presentation: Clori Yelicic, former Legislator, City of Buenos Aires

Dr. Brenda Austin, Congresswoman; Dr. Nina Brugo, lawyer, member of National Campaign for the Right to a legal, safe and free abortion; Fernanda Gil Lozano, Parlasur Deputy; Marcela Rodríguez, former Congresswoman, Federal Public Defender Office,  Program for Consulting and Sponsorship for Trafficking Victims;  Dr. Martha Rosenberg, psychoanalyst, member of National Campaign for the Right to a legal, safe and free abortion

Commentator: Julia Martino, legislative advisor

 

FRIDAY,  OCTOBER 21

AULA MAGNA (Main Auditorium) 9.00 - 11.30

PANEL 10: ACCESS TO JUSTICE

Presentation: Dra. Fabiana Bellini, lawyer, expert in gender and justice

Dr. M. Elena Barbagelata, former National Congresswoman; former member for the Penal Reform Committee; Josselyne Béjar, Penal Judge, México; Cindy Dyer, Vital Voices Partnership Executive Director, formerly Director of the US Justice Dept.; Dr. Germán Garavano, National Minister of Justice, Argentina.

Commentator: Dr. Amalia Mattio, President of Mercosur Women Forum; Prosecretary of General Secretariate of Access to Justice.

 

SALÓN AZUL – BLUE ROOM  11.30 - 13

PANEL 11: GENDER AND PARLASUR

Presentation: Lic. María Luisa Storani, Mercosur Parlamentarian – Argentina, former Congresswoman

Concepción Cubas, Mercosur Parlamentarian - Paraguay; Amanda Rosalía Núñez, Mercosur Parlamentarian - Paraguay; Lic. Mirtha Palacios Melgarejo, Mercosur Parlamentarian - Paraguay; Lilia Puig, Mercosur Parlamentarian - Argentina; MA. Jorge Taiana, Mercosur Parlamentarian – Argentina, former Foreign Affairs Minister (to be confirmed).

Commentator: Norma Allegrone, notary, expert in electoral systems.

 

AULA MAGNA (Main Auditorium)  11.30 – 13.30

PANEL 12: DEBATES ON ACCESS TO JUSTICE

Presentation: Yolanda Orozco, psychologist, MA in Human Rights, UNLP – National University of La Plata

Dr. Raquel Asensio, Gender Issues, Federal Public Defender Office; Dr. Nelly Minyersky, School of Law, University of Buenos Aires, former President of AABA (Lawyers Association of Buenos Aires); Dr. María Fernanda Rodríguez, Undersecretary for Access to Justice, National Ministry of  Justice and Human Rights.

Commentator: Lic. Nidia Marsero, formerly in Women’s Office of Supreme Court of Justice.

 

SALÓN AZUL – BLUE ROOM  14.00 to 15.30

PANEL 13: DEBATES ON ACCESS TO JUSTICE

Presentation: Dr. Julieta Bandirali, AABA, lawyer

Dr. María Elena Elverdín, President F.I.F.C.J.; Lorena Maciel, anchorwoman of TV program Y será Justicia, channel METRO; Dr. María Angélica Pivas, Judge, Master in Law, National Mediator, Specialist in Penal Law and Trafficking, Gualeguay Criminal Chamber; Dr. Carmen Storani, lawyer, Province Director of Communitarian Health, Healthy and Non-Violent Environments, Ministry of Health, Prov. Buenos Aires, former President of National Women Council; Paula Wachter, Network for Childhood.

Commentator: Dr. Beatriz Kohen, MA in Social Sciences

 

SALÓN ROJO – RED ROOM   14.00 – 15.30

PANEL 14: ACCESS TO JUSTICE AND LGBTI

Presentation: Mateo Tercero, MINU

Lic. Laurana Malacalza, Observatory of Gender Violence – OVG Bs.As Province; Esteban Paulón, Undersecretary for Diversity, Santa Fe Province; Marcela Romero, President FALGBT; Daniela Ruiz, President of Trans Art Coop., Diversity area of Social Development Ministry; Valeria Sampayo, Inter-prison Violence, Penitentiary System, prov. Buenos Aires.

Commentator: Prof. M. Inés Rodríguez, historian, cultural manager, Roca Museum Director

 

SALÓN AZUL - BLUE ROOM  16 - 18.30

FINAL COMMENTS AND PROPOSALS FOR ACTION: Lic. Pamela Martín García, political scientist, feminist and political activist; parlamentarian advisor.

 

 

 

 

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