Madrid Summit Moderators
Jesus López Gil
Practice lawyer specialized in Human Rights and social activist.
Practice lawyer specialized in Human Rights and social activist. Member of the Board at the Association of Lawyers against Hate Crimes and worker in the Movement against Intolerance.
Deputy of Equality at Diputación of Valencia.
She was born in Las Palmas de G.C. 48 years ago. After living 11 years in Barcelona today and 13 live in Valencia where she is Deputy PSOE in the Diputación of Valencia managing the areas of Equality, Youth and Sports. LGBT activist and feminist since memory (1995 approx.) And has taken her activism to politics as Secretary LGTB of the PSPV-PSOE since 2012.
LGBT rights activist.
One of the founders and Chairperson of Mozaika, the only LGBT organisation in Latvia and President of EPOA - European Pride Organiser’s Association, licensor of EuroPride. The last 10 years she has worked in the field of Human and LGBT Rights and has served on the board of the organisations since its foundation. Garina is an expert in LGBTI rights, freedom of assembly and public LGBTI events security in Eastern and Central Europe region. She was one of the Co-Chairs of EuroPride 2015 - Riga.
Julio Gómez Caballero
Director of Trabajando en Positivo. Social Worker.
Social worker with more than 15 years of experience in design, execution and coordination in programs aimed to people with HIV and / or drug addicts, as well as in activism and political advocacy. He led the process in creating the Coordinator "Trabajando en Positivo", of which is currently director.
Dra. Ana García-Arroyo
Dra. Ana García-Arroyo
She holds a doctorate in English philology and post graduated in postcolonial literature and culture studies. Specialized writer in Indian civilization with works on the sexual alternatives of India or the history of the women in the country, among others. She is also a literature professor at the Rovira i Virgili University in Tarragona.
Lawyer and cultural manager.
Lawyer and cultural manager, member of AACDO (Association of Lawyers against Hate Crimes). He has taught postgraduate courses on culture, cultural management and cultural heritage at various universities in Spain and Argentina. He is the author of "When they talk about culture". "The myth of culture in the new public space" (CVG, 2013), "essay on public space and cultural policies".
Joaquín Müller Thyssen
Jornalist. General director of Fundéu BBVA
General Director in Fundéu BBVA and journalist. Previously he occupied the graphic and Television direction at EFE Agency, as well as his General Secretary.
He has been a parliamentary journalist, EFE correspondent in the Basque Country, head of the National TVE area and editor in Telecinco News.
Carlos Jiménez Renjifo
Desk Officer for Spain and Andorra of the UN Regional Information Centre for Western Europe.
Since 2004, He is the Desk Officer for Spain and Andorra in the UN Regional Information Centre for Western Europe (UNRIC) in Brussels. He began my UN career in 1984 in New York Headquarters, in the Office of the Spokesperson of the Secretary-General. From 1987 to 1992, He was the Reference Assistant and later the Information Assistant at the newly created UN Information Center in Madrid (UNIC). Between 1992 and 1994, he was the Information Assistant and Spokesperson for Europe of the Geneva-based Regional Office for Europe of the United Nations Programme. In 1994, He returned to UNIC-Madrid, where He took over the post of National Officer and Officer-in- Charge, until 2003. He studied journalism at the School of Communications of American University in Washington and was a correspondent of EFE, Spanish News Agency. He was born in Lima, Peru.
Prof. Titular de Lógica y Filosofía de la Ciencia
Logic and Philosophy of Science Professor at the UAM. He has developed his research in Logic and Theory of Computation, fields in which he has published as much articles of investigation as books and manuals. More recently he has devoted his attention to the political structure of the Network and the study of the behavior of social networks designing tools that analyze the homophobic language in them.
Jurist (International Protection, Gender Violence and Criminal Law). Attorney specializing in international protection, gender violence and criminal law. She is currently an instructor in the Office of Asylum and Refuge of Spain.
Graphic Designer and LGBTI Activist.
LGBTIQ activist and graphic designer. Former board member of CSD Zürich. Co-organizer and responsible for the 2007 InterPride World Conference in Zurich. Board member of EuroPride 09 Zurich. Former Co-President in InterPride (International Association of LGBTI Pride Organizers) and former President in EPOA (European Pride Organisers Association). Currently a member of the organising committee of Zurich Pride Festival.
Co-founder of the Fundación porCausa and editor of El País's blog '3500 Million'.
Co-founder of the Fundación porCausa and editor of El País's blog '3500 Million'. Gonzalo Fanjul is a researcher and activist against poverty. Co-founder and research director of the journalistic Fundación porCausa, and also as director of policy analysis at the Institute of Global Health in Barcelona. He is an associate researcher at the British think tank Institute for Overseas Development and co-editor of the 3500 Million blog in newspaper EL PAÍS, in which he received the FAO 2012 Prize. Publications in the field of international development, migration, food security and relations Countries.