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

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.


9h – 9:30h


9:30h – 10h

Institutional inauguration

10h – 11h

11h – 11:30h

Igualtats Connectades: learning, potentialities and limits (*)

Terrassa City Council

University of Vic – Central University of Catalonia (UVic-UCC)

CEPS Projectes Socials

11:30h – 12h

Coffee break

12h – 13:30h

Tables of intersectional experiences

(paralel sessions, you have to choose ONE)

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

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

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

13:30h – 14:45h


14:45h – 16:30h

Workshop on tools

(paralel sessions, you have to choose ONE)

16:30 -18h

Round table: Opportunities and limits of intersectionality (*)

MariaCaterina La Barbera, University of Nebrija
– Terrassa City Council
Gerard Coll-Planas, UVic-UCC