Programme

Thursday, 25 June

Official welcome (16.00-16.15h CEST)

Keynote speech: Prof. Karen Morrow“Gender and the need to hear and heed the overlooked in sustainability-based global environmental governance”  (16.15-16.35h CEST)  [Abstract] [Presentation

Panel 1. Environmental law prospects as a tool for promoting gender and LGTBI+ human rights in the context of environmental struggles (16.35-17.45h CEST)

Moderated by Beatriz Felipe Pérez (CEDAT-URV)

  • Carlotta Garofalo (University of Graz): Public litigation: a tool to advance women’s rights in a changing climate? [Abstract] [Presentation]
  • Julián Corredor Naranjo (Fundación Universitaria Juan de Castellanos): Women and extractivism: a general overview at female public participation in the consolidation of environmental democracy in Colombia [Abstract] [Presentation]
  • Carlos Antonio Cruz Carrillo and Boroka Godley (The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies): The role of gender in the implementation of the Escazu Agreement: Challenges in guaranteeing the right of public participation [Abstract

Debate and Q&A

Keynote speech: Prof. Amanda B. M. Fadigas “A gender view in order to elaborate a legal framework and public policies to face the climate emergency” (18.15-18.35h CEST)  [Abstract

Pannel 2. Climate change and gender, a feminist approach (18.35-19.45H CEST)

Moderated by Stephanie Victoria Ascencio Serrato (CEDAT-URV)

  • Raihanatul Jannat (University of Eastern Finland): The relationship between the concepts of gender based adaptation and socio-economic resilience under the transnational climate regime [Abstract] [Presentation]
  • María Teresa Alemany Jordan (Universitat de Valencia): Feminist proposals to reduce risk of Gender Based Violence incidence in disaster and climate change context and to address its consequences, supporting victims and ensuring justice [Abstract] [Presentation]
  • Gokce Mete and Leonie Reins  (Tilburg University), Europe’s energy transition and gender equality: unlocking Europe’s talent and leadership potential in energy and climate through education [Abstract]

Debate and Q&A

Friday, 26 June

Keynote speech: Prof. Lina Muñoz-Avila “Protecting the environment in the Anthropocene: the role of women defenders in Latin America” (16.00-16.20h  [Abstract] [Presentation]

Panel 3. New and critical developments of Ecofeminism. Gender mechanisms, methodologies and strategies for the protection, promotion and defense of environmental defenders (16.20-17.30h CEST)

Moderated by Laura Presicce (CEDAT-URV)

  • Clara Esteve Jordà (Universitat Rovira i Virgili): Gender equality in the Anthropocene context [Abstract] [Presentation]
  • Dalena Tran (Autonomous University of Barcelona): Our Global Community is Stronger than Your Bullets: Women Environmental Defenders and Strategies to Overcome Silencing and Violent Repression [Abstract] [Presentation]
  • Sabrina Brizioli (University of Perugia): Framing Feminization of Agriculture: from Gender-environment Theories to International Environmental Law [Abstract] [Presentation]

Debate and Q&A

Panel 4. Poster pitch session (18.00-19.00h CEST)

Moderated by Malka San Lucas (CEDAT-URV)

  • Simona Fanni (University of Cagliari): No more silenced voices: women’s protection and environmental justice under international human rights law [Abstract] [Poster]
  • Elena Díaz and Harold Bertot Triana (Universidad Rey Juan Carlos): The “differentiated impact” on gender, human rights, and environmental impacts: the Advisory Opinion of the Inter-American Court on Environment and Human Rights of November 15, 2017 [Abstract] [Poster]
  • Riccardo Montaldo (Università degli Studi di Cagliari):  The role of the human right to water in realising gender equality [Abstract] [Poster]
  • Eva María Rubio Fernández (Universidad de Murcia): The Rio Conventions and women: What role for the gender actions plans in accomplishing their object and purpose? [Abstract] [Poster]
  • Carmen Arias (Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Peru): A feminist approach in the climate negotiations [Abstract] [Poster]
  • Sofía Suárez (Independent): Gender and climate change. Is the Ecuadorian normative addressing gender equality? [Abstract] [Poster]

Debate and Q&A

  • Participants attending a minimum of 3 sessions may request an attendance certificate. 
  • Keynotes and speakers can find more information in the following document: Guidelines and info
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