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Saturday, July 28 • 11:00am - 12:50pm
Fearless Women: Organized Responses to Gendered Violence

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This panel will bring together women from feminist organizations and activist/research initiatives in Mexico and the United States who have taken part in a multiplicity of organized responses to violence inflicted upon women (from harassment and sexual violence to forced disappearance and femicide). They will address how any attempt to tackle the structural conditions of these phenomena demands putting into  question some of the dominant conceptual, spatial, and political geographies through which these manifestations of violence are usually understood and tackled. They will speak about the tension between grass-roots initiatives and demands emerging from the feminist  movement, and the appeal to instituted powers, from governments to international organizations.

Panelists: 
Norma Andrade, she/her
https://www.facebook.com/GrupoDeAccionDDHH/

Emanuela Borzacchiello, she/her
https://piedepagina.mx/bajo-la-piel-violencias-cruzadas.php

Farah Tanis, she/her
Twitter: @farahtanis1
blackwomensblueprint.org

Lorena Kourousias she/her
Twitter: @VIPMujeres
https://www.vipmujeres.org/

Moderator:
Chaumtoli Huq, she/her
@lawatmargins

Moderators
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Chaumtoli Huq

Chaumtoli Huq is the founder/Editor of an innovative law and media non-profit focused on law and social justice called Law@theMargins ( HYPERLINK "http://www.lawatthemargins.comwww.lawatthemargins.com). She is an Associate Professor of Law at CUNY School of Law, which is public interest mission driven law school.  Huq has devoted her professional career to public service focusing on issues impacting low-income New Yorkers. In 2014, she was appointed as the General Counsel for... Read More →

Speakers
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Norma Esther Andrade

Educator by profession. Co-founder and former president of Nuestras Hijas de Regreso a Casa A.C. (May Our Daughters Return Home),  one of the pioneering organizations that brought together families of girls and women killed and disappeared in Juarez City. Since 2001, following the... Read More →
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Emanuela Borzacchiello

Emanuela Borzacchiello is a researcher and feminist journalist. In her research, she focuses on developing the relationship between contemporary social control practices, the manipulation of communication and femicide. She works at the crossroads of academia and journalism,  in an... Read More →
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Lorena Kourousias

Lorena Kourousias is a Director of Economic Justice and Survival Programs at The Violence Intervention Program and is an alumni of Immigrant Civic Leadership Program 2017. She holds a Master’s degree in Social Work from Hunter College, a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology... Read More →
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Farah Tanis

Farah Tanis, is Lead Faculty for the Institute for Gender and Cultural Competence. Tanis is co-founder, Executive Director of Black Women’s Blueprint working at the grassroots and institutional levels to address the spectrum of gender violence against women and girls in Black/African... Read More →


Saturday July 28, 2018 11:00am - 12:50pm
4th Floor Flex Space 20 Cooper Sq, New York, NY 10003, USA

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