Programme for NCB delegates and observers

logoencontroMMM⇒Sunday, 25th August
⇒Monday, 26th August
⇒Tuesday, 27th August
⇒Wednesday, 28th August
⇒Thursday, 29th August
⇒Friday, 30th August
⇒Saturday, 31st August
⇒Permanent activities
Sunday, 25th August
Venue: ⇒ Lorena Hotel – Avenida Rebouças, 955

10am – midday: Participant accreditation (for participants arriving on 24th August)
12:30: Lunch
1:30pm – 3pm: Participant accreditation (for participants arriving on 25th August in the morning)

Venue: ⇒ Galeria Olido – Avenida São João, 473 – Centro

5pm: “Internal” Opening Ceremony
Welcome and presentation of participants
Presentation of general programme and methodology

7pm: Dinner

Monday, 26th August
Venue: ⇒ Lorena Hotel – Avenida Rebouças, 955

7:30 – 8am: Participant accreditation (for participants arriving on th 25th in the afternoon / evening)

Venue: ⇒ Memorial da America Latina – Av. Auro Soares de Moura Andrade, 664 – Barra Funda, Auditorio Simon Bolivar

9am: Conference “The Trajectory of Feminism in Latin America”:

Nalu Faria (Brasil), Sandra Morán (Guatemala), Sonia Alvarez (USA)

12:30pm: Lunch

2pm: Conference “Accumulation by Dispossession: Work, Nature and Women’s Bodies”:

Helena Hirata (France/Brazil), Ariel Salleh (Australia), Malalaia Joya (Afghanistan), Jean Enriquez (Philippines)

7pm: Dinner

Tuesday, 27th August
Venue: ⇒ Memorial da America Latina – Av. Auro Soares de Moura Andrade, 664 – Barra Funda, Auditorio Simon Bolivar

9am: Conference “Feminism and building alternatives”:

Georgina Alfonso (Cuba), Magdalena León (Equador), Basma Khalfaoui (Tunisia), Francisca Rodriguez (Chile), Graça Samo (Mozambique)

12:30pm: Lunch

2pm: Conference “The World March of Women as a ‘key, ongoing’ movement: assessment of WMW responses to the current context and the building of alternatives”:

Judite Fernandez (Portugal), Emilia Castro (Quebec), Nana Aïcha Cissé (Mali), Miriam Nobre (Brazil)

7pm: Dinner

Wednesday, 28th August
Venue: ⇒ Memorial da America Latina – Av. Auro Soares de Moura Andrade, 664 – Barra Funda, Salão de Atos

9am: Political assessment of the WMW as a permanent international movement within the current international context

12:30pm: Lunch

2pm: Working groups (by language): Exchange of experiences between NCBs

4:30pm: Plenary: 4th International Action – presentation
Working groups (by language): 4th International Action – dates and political content

7pm: Dinner

Thursday, 29th August
Venue: ⇒ Memorial da America Latina – Av. Auro Soares de Moura Andrade, 664 – Barra Funda, Salão de Atos

9am: Plenary: 4th International Action – adoption of principal actions / themes

12:30pm: Lunch

2pm: Plenary: IS Report 2011–2013 (narrative and financial)
IS 2006–2013: looking back over 7 years
IS and International Coordinator elections

7pm: Dinner

Friday, 30th August
Venue: ⇒ Memorial da America Latina – Av. Auro Soares de Moura Andrade, 664 – Barra Funda, Salão de Atos

9am: Plenary: IS Transfer Plan

12:30pm: Lunch

2pm: Regional Working Groups: IC elections and regional working plans
Plenary: Regional working plans and new IC members

7pm: Dinner

Saturday, 31st August
Venue: ⇒ Memorial da America Latina – Av. Auro Soares de Moura Andrade, 664 – Barra Funda, Auditorio Simon Bolivar

9am: Assembly: Presentation of the 9th IM central debates and themes

12:30pm: Lunch

Venue: ⇒ MASP, Museu de Arte de São Paulo, Av. Paulista, 1578 – Bela Vista

2pm: Feminist Demonstration

5pm: Concert

Permanent activities

There will be cultural and integration activities everyday, in the morning before the debates start, at lunchtime and in the evening.

There will be a “Feminism in action” exhibition in the Olido Gallery (in the centre of São Paulo) between 25th August and 29th September 2013. Projections, photography and historical material will present the main actions and thematic areas that are part of the movement’s struggle in over 60 countries.

A Solidarity Tent will hold a permanent exhibition on community activities carried out in the various countries by WMW activists, and calls for solidarity in the face of socio-climatic emergencies, armed conflicts and the criminalisation of social struggles. Discussion groups are planned with feminist activists from Haiti, Cuba, Palestine, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Central African Republic, Western Sahara, Bangladesh, Turkey and Greece.

The Feminist Economic Solidarity Market will also be permanent, with the participation of women’s production groups from all over Brazil.

The communications team will be active during the Meeting as part of the so-called Social Movements Communications Convergence: collective production of journalistic materials, based on the partnership between the WMW and Radio Mundo Real, ALBA TV, Vía Campesina and MAB (Movement of those affected by dams).

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One Comment em “Programme for NCB delegates and observers”

  1. Fatima Mohamed Abrao agosto 13, 2013 às 5:20 pm #

    conjunto temático que repercute as realidades vividas… tomara seja bem divulagado nas suas conclusões.. particularmente nos interessou sobremodo a Ecofeminismo como Politica…vamos torcer por sucesso no seu movimento em São Paulo…

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