On March 27, at 8:30 a.m., the panel "Building new bridges: The Feminine, gender issues and private social investment", which will feature the participation of Nilcea Freire, former Minister of the Secretariat for Women's Policies, currently a representative of the Ford Foundation, Rebecca Tavares, representative of UN Women, Dr. Amalia E. Fischer - Founder and Executive Coordinator of Elas - Fundo de Investimento Social, Jorge Lyra - Founder of Instituto Papai, Lydia Alpizar - CEO of AWID (Associação Desenvolvimento e Direitos das Mulheres), Sueli Carneiro, director of Geledés - Instituto da Mulher Negra and Michael Haradom, licensed president of Fersol.
In addition to the official program, the GIFE Congress will also feature a series of parallel activities open to the public between March 26 and 28. "These are plural meetings held by national and international organizations and which address various topics including sports legacy, climate change, early childhood, gender equity, consumption, among others."
The Parallel Activities are initiatives proposed by GIFE partner organizations and are not part of the official Congress Program.
The aim of offering this space is to provide qualified and topical debates that only tend to enrich and complement the discussions that will take place during the week of the Congress. The formulation and implementation of the Parallel Activities is the sole responsibility of the partner organization.
Most of them are open to the public and you don't need to be registered for the Congress to take part. Send an e-mail with your full name, institution and e-mail address to email@example.com.