On August 14th and 15th, the Meetings on Contemporary Legal Feminism Brazil-Spain: challenges of contemporary legal feminism: context, reflections and proposals to fight inequalities in Brazil and Spain, took place at the Postgraduate Law School of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (PPGD / UFRJ), within the scope of PRINT / UFRJ and in partnership with the Faculty of Law of the University of València.

The topics addressed by the professors were: women and constitutionalism by Lilian Balmant Emerique, women in the public sphere: political participation and work by Sayonara Grillo , sexual and reproductive rights (surrogate pregnancy, sexual violence, prostitution / sex work) visiting professor Ana Marrades Puig (Universidad de Valencia), diverse women, racism, whiteness and legal perspectives by Vanessa Batista Berner and students of the graduate program.

Mariana Barsted participated in this event.