European Congress Intersectionality in local policies: experiences, tools and debates

REGISTRATION CLOSED

The Congress will be held in the Auditori of Terressa (Carrer de Miquel Vives, 2). The space is physically accessible for people with reduced mobility. In case any other accessibility service is required, it must be indicated on the registration form.

In addition, in order to facilitate the participation of people with dependent minors, it will be possible to have a childcare service, which must also be previously requested in the registration form.

The Congress is free but prior registration is required. The places are limited. You will receive an e-mail confirming your registration.

A certificate will be delivered to participants.

Sessions marked with (*) will have simultaneous translation english/spanish and vice versa.

PROGRAMME

9h

Registration

9:30h

Institutional inauguration and presentation of the Equality Connected Video (*)

Mr. Alfredo Vega López, Mayor of Terrassa

Sr. Josep-Eladi Baños, rector of the University of  Vic- Central University of Catalonia

Sr. Xavier Puig Santularia, director of CEPS Projectes Socials

10:15h

Welcome speech “What can intersectionality bring to European policies? (*)

Emilia Roig,Center for Intersectional Justice, Berlin, Germany.

Initial presentation “Interseccionality: challenges and oportunities” (*).

Lucas Platero, teacher and expert researcher in intersectionality.

Moderator: Àlex Monfort Fradera, Terrassa City Council

11:30h

Coffee break

12h – 13:30h

Parallel Round Tables of intersectional experiences

Looking for synergies: experiences and challenges in crossing axes of inequality (*)

Teresa Ramos, Cascais City Council, Portugal
Florencio Chicote, Senate of Berlin, Germany
Patrizia Ottone, Turin City Council, Italy

Moderator: Sònia Valle Vilamitjana, Terrassa City Council

Training, evaluation and intervention from an intersectional point of view: the case of the health field

María Almudena Andrés, Madrid Health Autonomous Body, City of Madrid
Carme Borrell, Public Health Agency of Barcelona
Txema Romero, Cerdanyola Art Museum

Moderator: Victòria Hernández Salamero, Terrassa City Council

In search of new ways to participate and intervene with an intersectional approach

Maria Fernanda Moscoso, Toma(r) Madrid, de-colonial art, UAB
Miquel Missé, Polyhedral views of gender violence project, UVic-UCC and UOC
Dolors Vique, ‘Schools for Equality and Diversity’ Programme

Moderator: Maria Cors Pedrol, Terrassa City Council

13:30h – 14:45h

Lunch

14:45h – 16:30h

Parallel workshop on tools

Everything you have always wanted to know about the intersectionality, and you have never dared to ask (*)

MariaCaterina La BarberaUniversity Antonio de Nebrija, Madrid, Spain

Moderator: Mercè Soler Campins, Terrassa City Council

The Relief Maps as tools for intersectional diagnoses: places, emotions and experiences

Maria Rodó de Zárate

Moderator: Natalia Perona Vizcaíno, Terrassa City Council

Reviewing the municipal work spaces and questioning our imaginaries

Collective i+

Moderator: Consol Gallart Bascompte, Terrassa City Council

Learn by doing, creative methodologies for social intervention

Desiré Rodrigo and Patrícia Fuentes, Lo Relacional

Moderator: Raquel Garcia Mesa, Terrassa City Council

16:30h

Igualtats Connectades: learning, potentialities and limits (*)

Montse Martínez Soler, director of the Area of Social Rights and  Services to People, Terrassa City Council

Gerard Coll-Planas, director of the Center of Interdisciplinary Studies on Gender, UVic-UCC

Gigi Guizzo, director of European Projects, CEPS Projectes Socials

Moderator: Teresa del Amo Busto, Terrassa City Council

17:45h

Closure (*)

Eva Candela López, deputy director of the Area of Social Rights and Services to People, Terrassa City Council