🎵🎶 TheCapilla-García Family of Musicians (Mexico) invite to their autumn concert this Friday, September 20 in Brussels, they will present a repertoire of:
Kreisler, Massenet,Vivaldi, Shostakovitch,Bach, Ysaye,Paganini, Flolov,Tangos: C.Gardel,C. Segal, A.Piazzolla..
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!! then this is the opportunity!!
Come and get to know the talent and share this musical occasion to talk to the members.
Family Concert. 🎵–TalentMexicanoenBelgica🎶
Those of the Collective Feminist Coven
Home: February 2016.
We are feminists of various disciplines, but all human rights defenders. We were born with the idea of building ideas, making alliances, spreading media topics that cross all women, positioning the feminist agenda that by nature is an agenda of the human rights of women and girls.
We provide guidance and accompaniment to various cases such as self-suggestive or assisted abortion, orientation to cases of sexual violence and all sexist violence in its various modalities.
We develop actions and adhere to other causes, in the face of the problem of structural violence experienced by women, we are outraged and organized to take to the streets together.
Within our agenda is the visibility of gender-based violence, the denunciation of femicides, the promotion of sexual rights and reproductive rights.
We teach gender courses for private initiative and for some public spaces. We give talks and conferences related to the human rights of women and
Conveners to the first national march #24a Annually we carry out The March of the Catrinas (since 2016) launching the invitation to national mobilization (18 States mobilized with us in 2018 on November 2).
We have participated in the citizen observatory for the Review of the Vive Segura App in Mexico City together with the INMUJERES del D.F., UN Women and various civil society organizations, human rights defenders, feminists and activists.
Let’s talk in Plural, radio program at the IMER (Mexican Radio Institute) from where we made important national links to give voice to work and feminist struggle.
Campaign: “This is Machismo” on social networks 2018 Campaign: “I also aborted Mx” 2019
Campaign: “Gender Violence Lives Among Us” consists of 5 videos currently circulating on social networks with the requirement of the activation of the Gender Violence Alert in Mexico City. 2018-2019 Members of the Citizen Observatory for #AVGCdMx (Alert of Gender Violence in Mexico City).
Speakers in spaces such as UNAM, mayor of the State of Mexico, Maremoto (at the Mining Palace), Module of Legislative Attention and Citizen Care in the Mayor of Miguel Hidalgo.
Contact details in addition to social networks: firstname.lastname@example.org
Feminismo.lasdelaquelarre.feministas/ LasDelAquelarreFeminista/ @LxsDelAquelarre
Brussels 22 June 2019.
Watching and chatting with Marcia Scantlenbury journalist and Director of the Museum of Toleracia and Human Rights in Chile.
Welcome by Noemi Candelora Managing Director of the WS, Roxana Alvarado of the Women’s Collective and Tamara Cruz of ALWAYS
Participants: Ursula Jaramillo (Groen), Cecilia Torres (Ecolo), MaryNagy (Défi)
Moderan: Monica Weissel (OMLA) and Thamara Cruz (Always)
Context of Migration:
The migrant women of Latin diasporas who live in Europe in family reunification, generation political exiles, by temporary employment, study stay.
Representation: right and tolerance in the context of migration
Citizenship since migration: Paricipation of Latina Women for a decent life with respect for human rights.
- Participation in the social inclusion of Latin diasporas: challenges: employment professionalization, rights and gender.
- Women’s issues in the face of access to justice in the integration of lazinediasporas:Stays in Shelters, SAP and Custody
- Support in repatriation.
- Latina women and political participation: in reference to Latino feminist agendas
Latina Women Candidates for the Régional and Federal Elections. Brussels2019.
9 candidates convened
- Julia Violeta Erazo – PS Brussels (Peru)
Candidate for the Brussels Capital Region list – Ecolo
- Leticia Sere- Groen Brussels (Uruguay)
Regional Groen List Candidate
- Marie Nagy- Défi Brussels (Colombia)
Regional List Candidate – DéFi
- Giulina Chirinos Saavedra- Groen Deurne (Peru)
Candidate for Parliament Flemish Region -Groen
- Marcela de la Peña- Ecolo Brussels Capital (Peru)
Candidate for the Regional List Brussels Capital.
- Belinda Torres Leclercq- Groen Kortrijk (Recorded Message) (Peru)
Candidate for Parliament Flemish Region- Groen
- Ursula Jaramillo – Groen Sint Niklaas (Chile)
Region Candidate – Groen
- Cecilia Torres – Groen LLN-Ottignies (Ecuador)
Region Candidate – Groen
- Karina Mars – PS Gent (Dominican Republic)
European List Candidate – PS
Participants: Julia Violeta Erazo, Leticia Sere, Marie Nagy, Giuliana Chirinos, Marcela de la Peña, Luis Barbarán, Kelly Mercado, Rómulo Pacheco, Elie Marechal, Monica Weissel, Adriana Luna, Virginia Hernández and Thamara Cruz.
- Welcome to Thamara Cruz to explain the conversation, dynamics and themes.
- Presentation of the Gallery by Virginia Hernández Becerra. Who gave a brief overview of self-construction after a process of violence and how with support and guidance fromArt-Teprapia can be reconstructed, she herself has worked on her personal history and based on this cultural process managed to get ahead and creates the Luna Rosa Literary project, living without victimism. cómo con apoyo y guía del Arte-
- Moderation by: Adriana Luna.
Part One: Presentation of each candidate to which party it represents and what are the main topics within its program.
-Giuliana Chirinos: As a party issues of environment, health, air quality are the main axes of action. Issues related to migration and integration are part of the challenges that are faced during the arrival of migrants, refugees and asylum. Discrimination as a starting point serves to review the various problems that arise from there to the population. Superdiversity and promoting practices that enable living together and well-being are essential in the Flemish and specific region in Antwerp. Learning a language, employment, discrimination and social inclusion are part of the support programmes that can be developed through awareness-raising for better reception. https://www.groendeurne.be/stem_vijf_groene_deurnenaars_naar_het_parlement
-Marie Nagy: Current member of the municipal council and the police. As a party they forese social issues such as access to justice, social inclusion, generating equality and joining actions to combat climate change. As a candidate of Colombian and European origin, support for migrants in the search for a solution during her first career are main axes of her campaign: migrants from different backgrounds, the need to generate ties between the different diasporas for coexistence. Segregation is one of the issues that most affects employment, support for integration, spaces to include migrants and support them in building their own job opportunities. https://www.marienagy.be/
Marcela de la Peña: Feminist militant in Europe, Africa participates in different areas against patriarchy. As a party they consider issues to solve problems that are lived in the city Brussels such as the environment and equality and as an open candidate proposes to carry out gender issues to the public agenda, social inclusion of migrants from the perspective of activism to regularize migrants “without papers” and access to the visibility of marital violence in prevention. It understands migration with clear but limitless criteria for linking the problems faced by women, domestic workers and employment.. https://ecolo.be/programme2019/
Julia Violeta Erazo: Feminist and socialist militant. As a party, social issues such as pensions, unemployment, access to paid work, discrimination and better regulated spaces to avoid inequality. As a candidate she reviews the problems that during the migration journey without difference of origin since the obstacles are the same for everyone. In his vision of citizens and humans he has focused on the problems that afflict both men and women on equality. It recognizes that the struggle and defence of rights is for equality between men and women. Today’s austerity is a result of how it has affected the rights of the population. Improve practices to carry out surveillance in work practices. http://unisenixelle.blogspot.com/
Leticia Sere. Mother two children, printer, communal councillor and police in Schaarbeek. As a party; mobility and green spaces, the recovery of places to live together and conserve healthy and safe environments are a priority. As a candidate: identity, the preservation of the mother tongue, fostering the coexistence of different cultures and the participation of women and giving them access to programmes from a female perspective are priority. https://www.groen.be/leticia_sere
Luis Barbarán decided not to participate as a candidate and remain as a spectator.
2nd. Part Problems of migrants during integration processes, as candidates as they consider facing them.
Giuliana: as a migranta reviewed from her trajectory the difficulties that are experienced as a newcomer, especially the time to learn a language and integration practices that must be reviewed in detail as they are: equivalences, the talents of the person that should be considered as experience. Combating the discipline,racism and problems that arise in society. They are part of the social debate since a number of stereotypes and taboos develop from there that affect not only well-being, but also psychosocial behaviour and reactions within different social sectors must be recognized as incorrect practices so that they can be punishable.
Marie Nagy: Recognizes that the effort you experience in reaching a society without knowing, speaking and understanding as a strong experience. Since their bicultural experience he has developed the bridges to appreciate talent, currently they have developed a program to recognize skills and competencies and not limit the revalidation of diplomas. The situation of Latin Americans in labor matters has two aspects, the first being the need to search and find. And the second is to generate their own (business) sources of employment on that path, it is important to help them discover the steps to be taken in administrative and tax matters.
Marcela de la Peña. The main problem he reviews is the arrival of migrants and the invisibility of the person and their competences, how they lose their professional experiences and how problematic recognition can be: the first legal, the revalidations of professional skills, knowledge and work experience. She proposes that the rights of women working in cleanliness should be recognized and that transit migrants should be supported with a specialized information centre that can guide and provide timely information. On another issue, bring the individualization of rights since many women cannot access a legal stay because they depend on their partners in order to be regularized. Cases where there is violence this creates other problems that are not seen but that are lived.
Julia Violeta Erazo. Migrants arriving in irregular conditions have enormous difficulties in accessing legality and in the meantime suffer a number of problems that do not allow them to access socio-economic development, they will add different obstacles such as language, discrimination and inequality that generates problems not only socioeconomic but health, proposes to change service checks to recognized legal contracts since this will not allow them to have real supports by placing them at risk constantly.
Leticia Sere. Language is one of the main problems to learn, the time to learn only one of the official languages generates inequality, for this it proposes to create bilingual schools that allow them to advance children in learning simultaneously and generate better spaces both to be able to learn the official languages but also to live together. Another topic reviews that the emancipation of women can lead them to carry out their own jobs. Supported by consultation spaces and creative start-ups to promote the circular economy. There are many empty spaces in the center that are being found and can be used to generate self-employment. Lower the tax at the federal level to those who earn the most and participate in these practices to promote employment.
3rd. Part. Violence, Femicide and accompaniment during the social and legal process.
- Testimony Y (recorded and graphic) Problems of migrant women. 5 min x candidate (total 35 min).
Monica Weissel contextualizes all forms of violence and she talks about the practices that arise when founding the Collective for two Latinas for 10 years. She tells how from the vulnerability of women and also being a migrant it is almost immediate to put hemselves at risk to live and fall victim to issues related to marital, child violence, psychological and institutional violence.
Giuliana Chirinos: Facilitate and support the victim to report, make an awareness-raising program to prevent all kinds of violence. In Flemish region there is little talk of violence and therefore no action is taken to reduce it.
Marie Nagy: proposes to create a specialized centre by experts, universities and members of civil society organizations so that they can follow up on time and analyze the data in a timely manner so that they are valued and able to recognize the dimension of the reasons for documenting the problem. Currently there are 30 to 40 women daily victims of violence in Belgium (2 times more than in France), 70% of complaints are not tracked and only 11% are convicted. They propose to recognize Femicide in the penal code.
Marcela de la Peña: Talks about structural, domestic institutional violence and eliminates the classification of violence without follow-up, promoting training at all levels of government so that from there the responsibility for the fight against violence is promoted in all its manifestations and at all levels.
Julia Violeta Erazo: recognizes the absence of follow-up to cases of violence. The problem is structural and legal work must be done, it proposes to review the issues of violence against women. Involve judges, in order to modify the constitution and recognize that it must be a call to all citizens, social, legal and justice services in order to change including civil society associations and each from their role and responsibility.
Leticia Sere: agrees that street haarceration is one of the main problems to implement and review what are the different forms of attention against violence that are lived in public spaces and also private ones. Victims’ records need to be carefully reviewed and monitored so that when they call police, social services and psychological supports they are sensitized and provide timely services and follow-up.
-It is essential to review the term Feminicide at the legal level, to hold those involved accountable.
-It is proposed to make a consensual review of violence towards Migrant Women.
-Recognize violence as a structural social problem to influence different levels of government.
-Train social and police officers under the Istanbul Convention.
-Follow up on complaints.
The Feminist Subcommittee of the Blue Book Trainee’s Committee of the European Commission, organized the panel debate Hands on Harassment: Has #MeToo Redefined the Status Quo?
February the 6th.2019 at 18:00-20.
Information relating the updated program:
18:15 – 18.20h: Welcome by the moderator
18.20- 19.00h: Presentations by each speaker (+/- 10 minutes per speaker). We would love to hear about your work, expertise or any other issue you have a particular interest in. However, it would be great if you could dedicate a few minutes on topics like the #MeToo movement, (the legal aspects of) sexual harassment and/or female minority groups. It is possible to use a PowerPoint presentation.
19.00 – 19:30h: Debate session, guided by the moderator.
o Do you think #MeToo has changed anything at all?
o Why is it important to address sexual harassment and why or why not we should consider sexual harassment a political issue?
o Has #MeToo benefited all women? Do you think #MeToo has had an impact on diversity?
o Does sexual harassment need additional regulation? Do you know any case where #MeToo made an impact on national ruling? How far should regulation on sexual harassment go? After the ban on catcalling in France, has anyone received a fine?
o What role does culture, race, class, (sexual and gender) identity, baldness or working place play in sexual harassment? How do you think this mix shapes Brussels for women?
19:30 – 20.00h: Questions and closing.
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