Why is the fastest growing country in the last decade one of the five most unequal countries in the world? What happens with human rights in an exclusive country? What are the ways in which inequalities manifest themselves in Afro, LGTBIQ +, indigenous communities? How do women suffer? In what way are the poor? Is it possible to transform those conditions? What do we have to do to get it?
Within the framework of LGBTIQ + Pride Month, Fundación Iguales, City of Knowledge and the collective of journalists Concolón, invite “Desiguales: An agile conversation about exclusion in Panama”. Referents of the sciences, activism and culture will share experiences and knowledge about discrimination, love, individual change and the possibilities of social transformation on Tuesday, June 11 at 5:00 p.m. at the City of Knowledge Convention Center.
The feminist lawyer Ana Sánchez, the music of Francia Herrera, the historian Guillermo Castro, the ex-Minister of Social Development Leonor Calderón, the scientist Ivonne Torres, the activist and cultural manager Aris Rodríguez Mariota, the lawyer and Afro-descendant leader Urenna Best, the ngäbe educator will participate Bencemar Montezuma and Pau González, trans man and human rights activist.
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