Speakers Madrid Summit
Amaranta Gómez Regalado
Indigenous muxhe, activist and social anthropologist. Originally from the city of Juchitán de Zaragoza, Oaxaca, Mexico.
Indigenous muxhe, activist and social anthropologist. Originally from the city of Juchitán de Zaragoza, Oaxaca, Mexico. Social activist for over 15 years at local, regional and international levels in Health, Sexuality, ancestral gender identities, human rights and Cultural promotion. Former regional secretariat muxhe / trans ILGA-LAC, for Latin America and the Caribbean. Current regional coordinator of the International Secretariat for Indigenous and Afro-descendant People on HIV / AIDS, Sexuality and Human Rights. Co-Chair of the International Trans.
Reginaldo Agustín Nguema Mangue
Secretary of "Gays Africains Emigration".
Secretary of "Gays Africains Emigration" and original from Equatorial Guinea. He has a 40% disability in one leg and moved his residence to Spain, since childhood he has suffered bullying due to his disability.
Visual artist living in Madrid, her photographic training was carried out at Blankpaper (2010) and EFTI (Master of Contemporary Photography and Personal Projects, 2015/16). She has participated in collective exhibitions, such as Pa-ta-ta Festival, Granada (2017), "Hacia Donde Mirar", Madrid (2016/17) and "Fotoproyectos 13", Unonueve Gallery, Madrid (2016). Her work has been published in EXC! (2016) and has self- published "Woundedland" (2016) and Ignored Island (2017).
Juul van Hoof
Program manager on LGBTI issues at MOVISIE, the Netherlands Centre for Social Development.
Program manager on LGBTI issues at MOVISIE, the Netherlands Centre for Social Development. Van Hoof advises and supports local authorities in developing and implementing LGBTI inclusive policies, advising policy makers and NGO’s and building local coalitions.
She has worked in many LGBT projects on the intersectionality of identities and local LGBTI policies. Currently, she is the founder and coordinator of the Rainbow Cities Network (33 international cities in 15 countries with an active and explicit LGBT policy).
Deputy of the City President of the Special Commission for Monitoring and Prevention of Institutional Violence.
Deputy of the City President of the Special Commission for Monitoring and Prevention of Institutional Violence. Co-author of the law Santa Fé Metro Station - Carlos Jáuregui.
Coordinator of educational and youth area of Positive Support.
Educational and youth coordinator of Apoyo Positivo. Psychologist and Sexologist, since 2005 she has developed her professional work in the area of Sexology in the social sector and in the NGO environment, carrying out functions in the field of program management, training and teaching, education, and sexual and couple counseling in entities such as the Sexpol Foundation, the Young Center for Contraception and Sexuality in Madrid or UNAF. She has worked for the promotion of sexual and reproductive education, health and rights with vulnerable groups such as youths, women, immigrants and LGBTI people. She was part of the team that started a sexual health center for young people in INJUVE.
Staff - International Organization for Migration - Mexico. Graduated in International Relations at the Universidad Anáhuac México.
Staff - International Organization for Migration - Mexico. Graduated in International Relations at the Universidad Anáhuac México, part of his thesis was dedicated to the study of the LGBTI migrant community in Mexico; This chapter was published by Duke University in conjunction with his alma mater. It works in the Program of Attention to Returned Migrants (PAMIR) and this in the International Organization for Migration, the United Nations Agency for Migration. He has training in various areas of Human Rights.
Freelance photographer who began his career in 1975 as an intern to Crawford Barton.
He is a freelance photographer who began his career in 1975 as an intern to Crawford Barton, who was then the staff photographer for Advocate Magazine. Nicoletta also worked in Harvey Milk’s camera store in the heart of the burgeoning lesbian gay bisexual transgender mecca in the Castro district of San Francisco and he was involved in Milk’s victorious election to public office on one of the first openly gay political platforms in the world. Nicoletta’s body of photographic work maps his long romance with San Francisco and it’s people, especially the lesbian, gay bisexual, and transgender communities. Nicoletta’s work has been featured in numerous settings: books, periodicals, films and collections, including The New York Public Library’s Wallach and Berg Collections and The Bancroft Collection at University of California, Berkeley. In the press section of his website you will find a resume, press clippings and web links to articles about his work.
President of the Association Stop Digital Gender Violence.
President of the Association Stop Digital Gender Violence. Computer Expert. Creator of the protocol DIPE (Protocol of intervention to victims of digital violence). Expert in Computer Law and Judicial Qualifications. Expert in intervention with victims of digital violence.
Jorge de Pául de la Iglesia
Born on June 25, 1997, in Madrid, having studied at the Claret School in Madrid and the Wilson's Hospital School in Ireland. He started university in 2015, as a student of Political Science and sociology. During the first year, in January of 2016, between students he founded the association LGBTQ + of the university. In the last course is when he started with activism, giving lectures in colleges or university, in different themes as hate crimes or conferences on Queer Theory, one of his main topics of interest. He is currently vice-president of the association UC3M LGBTQ +, student, delegate, and half of the Invertidxs project, with which they pretend to make youtube a more communication channel for activism.
Javier Umaña Rivera
President of Pride of Costa Rica.
President of Pride of Costa Rica. Radio and tv broadcaster and entertainer, professional drag queen, actor and administrative assistant. He has been presiding over the march for diversity and the Pride Awards in Costa Rica for 8 years.
Sergio Martínez Villa
Degree in Media Communication.
Degree in Media Communication at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid that combines cinema with theatrical writing and teaching. In recent years four of his texts for the theatre have been released: 'Profiles',' La madre tolerante ',' Period of reflection 'and' The last one that I want ', in addition to the collective spectacles' El banquete', 'A Seven steps of Don Quixote 'and' La mujer del monstruo '. She has won the XL Born Theatre Prize for 'The Obedience of the Shepherd's Woman' and the 10th Leopoldo Alas Mínguez Award for the theatrical texts LGTB for 'The Ocean Against the Rocks'. From various grants awarded by the SGAE Foundation, National Drama Center / Beckett Room and Fourth Wall Room throughout the year 2016, she has written the texts' Agate. A Gospel ',' The End of Violence 'and' In The Law '.