TR: How pink is the red tide in the Americas? - Women's movements, Politics and Public Policy in the Americas Seminar

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How pink is the red tide in the Americas?

Women’s movements, Politics and Public Policy in the Americas Seminar

La vague rouge est-elle aussi rose dans les Amériques ?

Séminaire sur le mouvement des femmes, la politique et les politiques publiques dans les Amériques.

 

Date/date:     Friday March
31st 2017/vendredi le 31 mars 2017

Location/local: Local/Rm C-426

Université du Québec en Outaouais (UQO), 283, boulevard Alexandre-Taché,
Gatineau

Time/Horaire: 9AM - 5PM

 

Program / Programme

 

9h-10h45

Women’s movement, gender violence and policy in Latin America

Mouvement des femmes, violence et politique en Amérique latine

President and discussant: Simone Bohn – Depart. of Political, sciences, York University.

 

Violence, Public Policy and the Construction of Autonomies:

A New Wave of Women’s Movement in Mexico

Cecibel Rodríguez & Marta Mercado – Program of Rural Studies Program, University of Guelph

 

Collaboration and Conflicts among the Sandinista National Liberation Front (FSLN), the National Police and the Women’s Movement regarding Violence against Women, Women’s Citizenship
and Gendered Democracy

Nadine Jubb – Depart. of Political Science at York University

 

Le mouvement des prostituées au Brésil: une controverse et puissant mouvement de femmes

Diana Helene - Professeure à l'université UNIGRANRIO (Brésil)

Soraya Silveira Simoes - Professeur au IPPUR-UFRJ (Brésil)

 

 

 

11h-12h45    

Gender policies and social reproduction

Politiques de genre et reproduction sociale

President and discussant: Lisa Mills - School of Public Policy and Admin., Carleton University

 

Conditional Cash Transfers and Women’s Empowerment in Argentina and     Bolivia: What Can We Learn from Social Reproduction Feminism?

Melisa Handl - Faculty of Law at the University of Ottawa

Susan Spronk - School of International Development and Global Studies at the University of Ottawa

 

Politiques de genre, mouvements féminins et féministes sous le gouvernement d’Évo Morales en Bolivie

Nora Nagels – Départ. Sciences politiques, UQAM

 

The State of Maternal, Neonatal, Child Health (MNCH) Policy in Latin      America: Global Initiatives and Transnational Advocacy in Guatemala

Candace Johnson – Depart. of Political Science, University of Guelph

 

 

12h50-14h10 

Lunch Keynote: The state of "pink politics" in the context of the Latin American red tide

Dr. Amy Lind – Mary Ellen Heintz Professor and Head of the Department of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, University of Cincinnati           

 

14h10-15h50 

Women’s movement and women in movement

Mouvement de femmes et femmes en mouvement

President and discussant: Susan Spronk – University of Ottawa

 

Vague rouge, vague rose: l’exceptionnalité haïtienne

Denyse Côté – Départ. de Travail social, UQO

 

Evaluating Strategic Political Partnerships: The Case of the Women’s Movement and the State in Contemporary Brazil

Simone Bohn – Depart. Of Political Science, York University

Charmain Levy – Décanat de la recherche, UQO

 

Habiter au féminin

Anne Latendresse & Diana Helene Ramos – Départ. de Géographie, l’UQAM

“[W]hat is more important: gold or water?” The World March of Women in Peru building a trans-local political agenda to protect water and life from mining development

Anabel Paulos - School of Sociological and Anthropological Studies, University of Ottawa

 

15h50-16h   

Break

 

 

16h-16h45   

 

Concluding comments and exchanges

 

Le dîner sera servi pendant l’allocation de la conférencière principale. Veuillez confirmer votre présence auprès de Fadoumo.farah.fadoumo@gmail.com

A sit down lunch will be served during the keynote conference. Please confirm your presence with Fadoumo. farah.fadoumo@gmail.com

 

 

 

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