Organization

In order to organize the III Colloquium Feminism and Agroecology: labor, care and natural goods, three integrated committees were built – international ,national and local, constructed by academic researchers and professionals of several partner institutions, in addition to the organizations and social movements of rural women.

 

These committees are responsible for mobilizing, advertising and discussing the goals, program and methodology in each level.

 

Local Committee

  • Andrea Butto Zarzar, Assistant professor, Federal Rural University of Pernambuco (UFRPE, Brazil). Member of the Laboratory for Rural Studies (LAE-RURAL, UFPE)

  • Virginia Aguiar (Department of Education – Research Group on Agrecology and Farming /UFRPE)

  • Maria Zenia Tavares da Silva (Department Domestic Sciences – Research Group on Women /UFRPE)

  • Laura Duque Arrazola (Department Domestic Sciences – Research Group on Women /UFRPE)  Post-Graduate Programs on Consumption, Daily Life and Social Development /UFRPE)

  • Ligia Albuquerque (Joaquim Nabuco Foundation)

  • Maria do Carmo Soares de Oliveira (IICA)

  • Ludovic Aubin Member of the Laboratory for Rural Studies (LAE-RURAL, UFPE)

  • Representative of the Rural Women´s Movement of the Northeastern Region  (MMTR-NE)

  • Graciete Santos (Casa da Mulher do Nordeste – Northeastern Woman´s House)

  • Aniérica Almeida dos Santos (Sabiá Center for Agroecological Development)

  • Núcleo Jurema: Feminisms, Agroecology and Ruralities

  • Luciane Soares and Alexandra Filipak - GT Gender of the Brazilian Association of Agroecology

International Committee

 

  • Josefa Salete Cavalvanti Full Professor, Department of Sociology, Center of Philosophy and Human Sciences and Post-Graduate Programs in Sociology and Anthropology, Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE, Brazil).

  • Marta Chiappe, Agronomist, Department of Social Sciences and Faculty of Agronomy, Uruguay. Secretary of ALASRU.

  • Danièle Clavel, Agronomist and geneticist of the Center for International Cooperation in Agronomic Research for Development (CIRAD), SupAgro, France.

  • Gema Galgani Silveira Leite Esmeraldo, Professor and researcher at the Postgraduate Program in Development and Environment of the Federal University of Ceará (PRODEMA/UFC, Brazil) and Postgraduate Program in Public Policy Evaluation (MAPP/UFC, Brazil). Coordinator of the Center for Studies, Experiences and Research in Agroecology (NEEPA/UFC, Brazil).

  • Marta G. Rivera-Ferre, director of the Chair Agroecology and Food Systems and honorary research fellow of the University of Coventry (United Kingdom). 

  • Isabelle Guérin, socioeconomist, senior research fellow at the Institute of Research for Development (IRD-CESSMA, Center for Social Science Studies on the American, African and Asian Worlds, Paris, France) and associate researcher at the French Institute of Pondicherry (India).

  • Hélène Guétat Bernard, PhD in socioeconomy (EHESS, Paris), sociologist and geographer, head of the social sciences department of the French Institute of Pondicherry (India).

  • Isabelle Hillenkamp, socioeconomist, research fellow at the Institute of Research for Development (IRD-CESSMA, Center for Social Science Studies on the American, African and Asian Worlds, Paris, France) and associate researcher at the Department of Sociology, Federal University of São Carlos, Brazil.

  • Héloïse Prévost, PhD candidate at the Sociology Laboratory LISST, Rural Dynamics, Toulouse University, and member of the Arpège Gender Research Network and Effigies-Arpège Toulouse (France).

  • Dr. Rajeswari S. Raina, Professor of sociology, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Department of International Relations and Governance Studies, Shiv Nadar University (India). Associate Director of the University’s Centre for Public Affairs and Critical Theory (C-PACT).

  • Marta Soler Montiel, PhD in Economics, Lecture of Agrarian Economics, Department of Applied Economics II, E.T.S. of Agricultural Engineering, University of Seville (Spain).

  • Cheikh Sadibou Sakho, anthropologist and sociologist, head of the Sociology Department of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at Gaston Berger University (UGB) in Saint-Louis (Senegal).

  • Emma Siliprandi, PHD in Sustainable Development (UnB, Brasilia), agronomist and sociologist. Invited professor at the International University of Andalucía (Master on Agroecology). Member officer of the Working Group on Women, Agroecology and Solidarity Economy of CLACSO (Latin American Council of Social Science). Agricultural Officer at FAO (Agroecology Team).

  • Christine Verschuur, Anthropologist, Institute of International and Development Studies (IHEID), Geneva (Switzerland).

  • Andrea Butto Zarzar, Assistant professor, Federal Rural University of Pernambuco (UFRPE, Brazil).

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