Webinar opening and presentation.
Ana Lidia Fernández-Layos Fernández, founder at Opciónate, Improve your life Improve the world.
Cyber managers and video games for the education on and prevention of gender-based cyberviolence.
Jorge Flores Fernández, founder and director of Pantallas Amigas.
Gender-based cyberviolence against women. Projects by the Spanish Agency for Development Cooperation.
Miriam Ciscar Blat, Deputy Director of the Spanish Agency for International Cooperation.
Presentation of the European CYBERSAFE project.
Nicholas Spetsidis, responsible for the coordination and implementation of the CYBERSAFE Project (Heraklion Women’s Associations and Heraklion Prefecture-Crete).
Introduction of the Association for Progressive Communication – APC Women.
Erika Smith, APC Women’s Rights Programme and coordinator of the Take Back the Tech project.
Digital rights for free culture on the internet.
Fernanda Carlés, TEDIC Project Assistant.
Presentation of project by Collectiva Feministas Luchadoras.
Lulú V. Barrera, coordinator of Colectiva Luchadoras.
Videogames. A tool for social transformation?
Nira Santana Rodríguez, artist, teacher and researcher. Expert in Art, Gender and Videogames.
Presentation of project `Acoso.online´.
Candy Rodríguez, researcher and journalist. Representative in Mexico of “Online harassment”, the first Latin American Platform to fight against the unauthorized dissemination of private content.
Breaking the digital divide project
Tania del Pino Alonso Pérez, Councillor for Social Services, Education and Primary Schools of the Mogán City Council. Third Deputy Mayoress of the Social and Socio-Community Action Area.
Project “Online Violence against women”
Lucy Rodríguez Gangura, Sociologist, technical officer at Las Palmas de Gran Canaria City Council. Equality Unit.
Miriam Ciscar Blat
Deputy Director of the Spanish Agency for International Cooperation.
Miriam Ciscar has been working in the areas international cooperation and humanitarian action for 20 years. She has worked for more than 7 years with the UN Population Fund fighting against gender-based violence in humanitarian and development contexts in countries such as the Philippines and Myanmar, among others. Since early February 2019, she has held the position of Deputy Director of the Directorate of Multilateral, Horizontal and Financial Cooperation and is the head of the Gender Unit of AECID. In addition, Miriam is a professor of the Master’s Degree in Law against Gender Violence at the University of Valencia, where she teaches international and comparative law against gender violence.
Founder and Director of Pantallas Amigas.
Degree in Computer Science from Deusto. In 2004, with the experience acquired in the application of multimedia tools in education and training, he identified the need to launch PantallasAmigas. Author and co-author of multiple guides for families, educational resources and multimedia campaigns for the prevention and awareness of digital threats such as cyberbullying, grooming, sexting, sextortion, gender-based cyber-violence, disinformation and hoaxes, techno-addictions and online privacy. Collaborator in university and summer courses, he has appeared several times before Congress and the Senate to speak about issues related to minors and the Internet, and in the Subcommittee for a State Pact against Gender Violence. Participant in international forums (Europe and Latin America), he has carried out consultancy and training services for the UNODC in the area of prevention of cybercrime against minors.
Responsible for the coordination and implementation of the CYBERSAFE Project (Women's Associations of Heraklion and the Prefecture of Heraklion-Crete).
Master in International Economics by the HUMBOLTD University of Berlin and Project Coordinator at the Union of Women’s Associations of the Prefecture of Heraklion since 2011. He is responsible for the coordination of fundraising activities as well as projects and grants. He also provides technical assistance for the implementation of the CYBERSAFE project.
She works for APC Women's Rights Programme and coordinates the Take Back the Tech project.
Originally from the US, Erika has been working to train women in Mexico in the use of computers and the Internet since 1991. She is a member of APC’s Women’s Rights Programme where she is responsible for networking and capacity building efforts in the Latin Americas region on issues related to gender, ICTs, digital security and feminist internet. She is part of the coordinating team of Take Back the Tech!
TEDIC Project Assistant.
Mechatronics Engineering student with still working on her thesis at the Faculty of Engineering of the National University of Asuncion (FIUNA). She worked as a coordinator and educator in educational projects using technology, maker culture and digital fabrication. Feminist and activist for the reduction of the gender digital gap, she is a member of Girls Code and Django Girls chapter Asunción. She is currently working on her thesis in Data Science implemented in the educational sphere.
Nira Santana Rodríguez
Artist, teacher and researcher. Expert in Art, Gender and Video Games.
Bachelor in Fine Arts and a Masters in Feminist Studies, Equality Policies and Gender Violence from the University of La Laguna, as well as an Expert in Video Game Design from the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, the activist and visual artist, Nira Santana Rodríguez, raises current issues from a gender perspective, investigating the relationships between art, video games and digital culture.
Researcher and journalist. She is the representative in Mexico of online harassment, the first platform in Latin America to resist the dissemination of intimate content without consent.
Cyberfeminist workshop leader, researcher and journalist graduated from the FCPyS of the UNAM. The main axes of her research work are linked to digital security, digital violence against women, inclusion and education of women in and through ICTs. She has been an intern at organizations Derechos Digitales, Hiperderecho and Luchadoras. Representative in Mexico of acoso.online, the first platform in Latin America to resist the unauthorized dissemination of private content. She is co-founder of Colectiva Mecha and is part of the collective Ciberseguras.
Lulú V. Barrera
Human rights defender and feminist activist.
She currently serves on the global Board of Directors of Amnesty International and is a member of the National Network of Women Human Rights Defenders in Mexico and the Network for Political Innovation in Latin America.
She directs Luchadoras, a collective that uses technology to move forward in the fight for gender equality, combating online gender-based abuse and advocating for an Internet free of violence against women.
Luchadoras has been recognized by the Mexico City Awards and the Mexico City Human Rights Commission. They have been finalists for the “Equals in Tech” award from the United Nations ITU, and the FRIDA Lacnic Program.
Tania del Pino Alonso Pérez
Councillor for Social Services, Education and Nursery Schools of Mogán Town Council. Third Deputy Mayoress of the Social and Social-Community Action Area.
Lucy Rodríguez Gangura
Sociologist, currently a technical officer in the Equality Unit of the City Council of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.
Feminist activist from the age of 15.
Especially involved in the struggles of working women, through 25 years of trade union membership, having been responsible for the Women’s Secretariat of Intersindical Canaria.