28 & 29 SET | III Seminário Internacional: Respostas Institucionais ao C/MGF

O III Seminário Internacional do projeto MAP-FGM/C terá lugar em Lisboa e está a ser organizado pelo CEI-IUL. O evento será a 28 e 29 de Setembro de 2017, no ISCTE-IUL, com o tema “Respostas Institucionais ao C/MGF“. Este Seminário terá um keynote speech, cinco mesas-redondas, a exibição de um documentário e decorrerá sempre no Auditório J.J. Laginha (Edifício Sedas Nunes). O programa pode ser consultado no website do evento.

28 SETEMBRO
  • 8h30-9h15: Reception and Registration
  • 9h15-10h00: Opening Ceremony

Chair: Magaly Thill (Universidad Rey Juan Carlos)

Rector of ISCTE-IUL

Luís Nuno Rodrigues, Director CEI-IUL

Laura Nuño Goméz, Principal Investigator MAP-FMG & Project Coordinator, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos

Clara Carvalho, Project Coordinator MAP-FGM, CEI-IUL

  • 10h00-11h00: Keynote Speaker

Fatou Sarr Sow (Institut Fondamental de l’ Afrique Noire – Senegal)

  • 11h00-11h30: Coffee break
  • 11h30-13h00: Roundtable 1 – Models of Combat and Prevention of FGM/C in West Africa

Chair: Michela Fusaschi (Università  degli Studi Roma Tre)

Speakers:

Maire ni Mhordha – “A critical analysis of the Tostan approach to FGC”

Adriana Kaplan – “Transnational Observatory of applied research to knowledge transfer in cascade”

Abdoulaye Doro Sow – “Cultural counter-argumentation as cultural strategy to combat the practice of FGM”

  • 13h30-14h30: Lunch break
  • 14h30-16h30: Roundtable 2 – Implementation of Human Rights Conventions and Treaties in West Africa

Chair: Els Leye (RHEA & Vrije Universiteit Brussels)

Speakers:

Annemarie Middelburg – “FGM/C as a human rights violation: implementation of human rights treaties in Senegal”

Alpha Amadou Bano Barry – “Strategies and Actions of Promotion of the abandonment of excision and the socioanthropological determinants of excision in Guinea”

Fatumata Djau Baldé – “Female Genital Mutilation, a question of human rights of women in Guinea Bissau”

  • 16h30-17h00: Coffee break
  • 17h00-18h30: Documentary screening:

Este é o meu corpo” (“This is my body”) (Inês Leitão&Daniela Leitão)

29 SETEMBRO
  • 09h30-11h00: Roundtable 3 – The fight against FGM/C as a form to promote gender equality

Chair: Ana Lúcia Teixeira (FCSH-UNL & ONVG)

Speakers:

Carla Martingo – “Voices and leaderships for the ending of FGM”

Filomena Djassi – “Promoting behaviour change towards the eradication of Female Genital Mutilation”

Alexandra Alves Luís – “Girls and young women living with FGM/C in Portugal – needs and expectations”

  • 11h00-11h30: Coffee break
  • 11h30-13h00: Roundtable 4 – Institutional responses in Health

Chair: Alice Frade (P&D Factor)

Speakers:

Comfort Momoh – “Treating and caring for girls and women living with FGM – United Kingdom Response”

Owolabi Bjalkander – “Treating and caring for girls and women living with FGM/C – Sierra Leone Response”

Michela Villani – “Reparative Approaches in Healthcare: Taking in Account Women’s Meanings of «Reparation» After FGM in Switzerland and France”

Nora Salas Seoane – “Empowering primary care professionals to prevent FGM in a municipality of Catalonia”

  • 13h30-14h30: Lunch break
  • 14h30-16h30: Final Roundtable: Institutions Responding to FGM/C

Chair: Clara Carvalho (ISCTE-IUL)

Speakers:

Ana Carla Correia, Portuguese Ministry of Health/Directorate-General of Health (DGS)

Helena Leitão, GREVIO (Group of Experts on Action against Violence against Women and Domestic Violence)

Teresa Fragoso, President of Gender Equality Commission (CIG) 

Catarina Marcelino, Secretary of State for Gender Equality

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