From 1985 to 2016, over more than 40 years and in different governments and historical moments, Brazilian federal bodies for the elaboration and management of public policies for women have worked to build greater gender equality and implement policies that ensure human rights of Brazilian women.
Former Presidents and former Ministers responsible for these policies come together to analyze the current situation of dismantling women’s rights.
The event Institutional Policy Memories Cycle: construction and dismantling of human rights and policies for women in Brazil is held by the Institute of Advanced Studies of the University of São Paulo (IEA / USP) and has the support of some organizations, including CEPIA.
Jacqueline Pitanguy, Rosiska Darcy de Oliveira, Solange Bentes Jurema, Iriny Lopes, Eleonora Meniccuci and Niema Gomes, all former ministers or former presidents of Brazilian federal body for women policies, will be the speakers of the event, with the mediation of Wânia Pasinato, researcher at the IEA.
The meeting that takes place on May 14 at 3 pm (Brazil time) will be broadcast on the IEA channel on youtube: www.iea.usp.br/aovivo