Speakers Madrid Summit
Part of the Project Team of the Asexual Visibility and Education Network.
Part of the Project Team of the Asexual Visibility and Education Network. His main work is spreading awareness of asexuality as a valid sexual orientation and helping to build an asexual community in different countries, as well as doing his best as an ally to the wider LGBTQ+ movement. Dore coordinates media requests for the Asexual Visibility and Education Network, and was one of the organisers of the International Asexuality conferences in London 2012 and Toronto 2014. More recently he has worked with the Office of National Statistics (UK) on the 2021 UK census.
Director at Musolas Institute for Gender identity
Director at Musolas Institute for Gender identity and specialist in surgical sexual reassignment. International Doctorate cum laude in Medicine by the International University of Catalonia. Specialist in Plastic, Aesthetic and Reparative Surgery at the National University of Mexico
He has participated in 34 humanitarian missions in developing countries, has written 5 books and has participated in numerous surgical publications and videos.
Jesús Santos Homobono
Activist for the LGBTI families rights.
Activist for the LGBTI families rights. Member of Galehi (Spanish association of homoparental families) and Member of the board of directors at NELFA (European network of associations of LGBTI families). Gay, naval engineer, feminist, married to another man for 10 years, and with a son in common. Member of LGBT rights associations, like COGAM, in 2005 they founded GALEHI a group of gay and lesbians parents who already had sons and daughters. He claims and defends the equality of rights for all people and all families, with the same rights to access reproductive techniques assisted for all people, including Surrogate Gestation. We demand educational programs that contemplate family diversity.
Doctor & Imam Ludovic-Mohamed ZAHED
Imam and Doctor in Anthropology and Psychology. Founder of the first european inclusive mosque and founder member of the Interfaith Network GIN-SSOGIE as well as the INIMuslim Internatiol Network. International coordinator of the CALEM until 2014. Member of Theologians' network living with HIV/AIDS.
Nominated for the queer muslim award in 2014 and One of the 3 French gay in 2012.
Co-founder of first sport culture and activism organization of the region qSPORT/QueerSport in Croatia.
Zeljko Blace is working in fields of contemporary culture and arts, digital technology and media, community sport and activism by cross-pollinating queer perspectives, media and social practices. Blace is co-founder of first sport culture and activism organization of the region qSPORT/QueerSport in Croatia and ccSPORT initiative that emerged in the curating of large scale exhibition & program 'conteSting/conteXting SPORT 2016' in Berlin. Blace is networking, curating and consulting for projects and organizations including GLISA/OutGames Buenos Aires 2021.
LGBTI activist, co-chair in the International LGBTI Association in Asia and the advisor for Being LGBTI in Asia Phase II. Zhang became the Executive Director of CLA in 2013. And she has been working on creating an inclusive feminist movement and increasing the visibility of LGBTI communities in China. Dana is also devoted to LGBTI community development in Asia Pacific region.
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.
Inter/national Solidarity manager in Korean Sexual-minority Culture and Rights Center, Committee member on Rainbow Action against Sexual minority Discrimination
Candy Darim Yun is an Inter/national Solidarity manager in Korean Sexual-minority Culture and Rights Center. She started her movement from the full-time activist of Sexual minority committee of Democratic Labor’s Party at 2006. After that, she co-founded and worked at the “Korean Transgender Activist Group Jirung-e” for 5 years which was the first trans rights group in Korea.
Yun worked aggressively with the agreement of necessity in Trans rights movement as a project manager in “Transgender patchwork project” and cofounded “Salim Health Cooperative”. Currently, she is working for the hosting first Pride house in Asia which is the welcoming venue for LGBT athletes who visits the country when the global sports events happen.”
Member of the executive committee of Damj, the Tunisian Association for Justice and Equality working on the human rights of LGBTIQ people in Tunisia.
Member of the executive committee of Damj, the Tunisian Association for Justice and Equality working on the human rights of LGBTIQ people in Tunisia. Has participated in round tables on homosexuality and religion, the unconstitutionality of article 230 of the Criminal Code of Tunisia penalize. He is also a member of the LGBTQI coalition in Tunisia, of the individual freedoms group, and was director of the Independent Election Superior Elections Office in 2014. He has been involved in drafting a number of reports on the human rights situation Of LGBTIQ people.
Jennifer Chang & Liza Dazol
Jennifer Chang, Exectuvie Producer of Out & Around y Director, eBay Greater Europe
Lisa Dazol, Excecutive Producer of Out & Around
When Jennifer Chang, now a business manager for eBay, and her current wife first fell in love, they vowed to follow a life of adventure. Jennifer had no idea that their promise would lead her to leave nine jobs, pick up a video camera and travel to fifteen countries through Asia, Africa and South America for one year.
Without any film experience, they bought a book on “How to Make a Documentary” and went in search of the people who are leading the movement for gay, lesbian and transgender equality. Their documentary captures the momentous changes occurring in the status of queer people around the world today. A film in partnership with the It Gets Better Project, the joint mission is to share stories of hope around the world.@outandaround OutandAround/
Researcher in communication, contributor at Wikimedia Spain.
PhD in Audiovisual Communication and Advertising by the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Her lines of research are social networks, online opinion leaders and behavioural analysis on virtual communities related to cultural events and major events. She is the author of a scientific articles, several book chapters and a member of several teaching innovation projects.
She has worked for Globomedia productions for the past decade, developing communication and production issues. She collaborates actively with Wikipedia since 2009, both in the creation and in the edition of contents, as well as in student guidance in the use and approach to the wiki world. She also contributes to Wikimedia Spain since 2016 in the development of activities and projects.
Gynecologist in the Sexual and Reproductive Health Program for the City Council of Madrid.
Qualified and with experience in: contraception, sexology, epidemiology, cooperation and development, especially with minors and adolescents, migrants, LGTB, roma, disabled, and HIV affected populations, women in prostitution, etc. Ex- President of the Spanish Family Planning Federation (FPFE), member of the IPPF, and also member of its European Executive Committee (2005-08). Spokeswoman of the Platform “Decidir Nos Hace Libre”, focused on abortion (2012-2015). International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) Award for Outstanding Contributions to Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, 2015.