Speakers Madrid Summit
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.
Frank van Dalen
Vice-President of InterPride and co-chair of InterPrides Human Rights Committee. He is also chair of Pride United.
Van Dalen used to be chair of COC Netherlands and the Gay Pride in Amsterdam. He is chair of the LGBTI workgroup of Liberal International. In recent years he has visited prides around the world, including those in Europe and the USA, but also in Uganda, Cuba, many prides in Eastern Europe and Hong Kong. He is involved in several international LGBTI campaigns.
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.
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.
Activist and Human Rights Advocate for Trans women in Guatemala since 2005.
Activist and Human Rights Advocate for Trans women in Guatemala since 2005. Founder and Executive Director at Trans Multicultural Network of Guatemala Women REDMMUTRANS, since 2011. Together with organized trans companions of the Trans Women's Multicultural Network Urban and rural volunteers, she has helped give visibility to and informed about Trans women at the national government level, as well as representing REDMMUTRANS both nationally and internationally which has spoken about this communities varying realities, contexts and needs.
She has made strategic alliances with organizations of key populations in order to improve the quality of life for trans community, and has carried out actions for the visibility and advocacy to approve the strategy of comprehensive and differentiated healthcare for transgender people, political incidence for a law of gender identity.
Minister of the Government of the Brussels-Capital Region, responsible for Mobility and Public Works.
Minister of the Government of the Brussels-Capital Region, responsible for Mobility and Public Works. Member of the Board of the Flemish Community Commission (VGC), responsible for Culture, Youth, Sport and Urban Policy Member of the Joint Board of the Common Community Commission (COCOM), responsible for Policy on Assistance to Individuals, Family Policy and Film Censorship In 2014. As the Minister for Mobility and Public Works he can make his dream come true: to foster a sustainable urban development. This implies a new way of designing public space. A bigger emphasis on public transport, more space for cyclists and pedestrians.
Previously, he served as Belgium's Commissioner General for refugees and stateless people (2001–2003). In 2003 he became State secretary in the government of the Brussels-Capital Region with the competences of Mobility, the Civil Service, Fire Department, Urgent Medical Assistance and chairman of the Flemish Community Commission with the competences of Culture, Sport, the Civil Service and Media. From 2004 to 2009 he was minister in the government of the Brussels-Capital Region. He dealt with mobility and public works in the Brussels Capital Region. He was also competent for culture, sport and youth for the Flemish community in Brussels. On 13 July 2009, Pascal Smet became then a member of the Peeters II Government as Flemish Minister for Education, Youth, Equal Opportunities and Brussels Affairs.
Pablo Ortíz Navarro
Biotechnology processes graduate and project manager. He was a model for Flex, using his media impact to give visibility to asexuality in Spain. He has spent years collaborating with environmental volunteer projects, leading fairs and scientific conferences and others in a humanitarian nature.
Mirna Cunningham Kain
Indigenous Mískitu, educator and physician with a public health specialty, and is Chair of the Center for the Autonomy and Development of Indigenous People (CADPI).
Dr. Mirna Cunningham is an indigenous Mískitu educator and physician specialised public health, and Chair of the Center for the Autonomy and Development of Indigenous People (CADPI). In 2011, she chaired the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, and in 2014 she was FAO's Special Ambassador for the International Year of Family Agriculture and Adviser to the President of the UN General Assembly for the UN World Conference in the World's Indigenous Peoples in the same year. Currently, she chairs AWID - Association for the Rights of Women and Development - and the Indigenous Fund "Diferentes formas de aprender y conocer". She is also a member of the Board in The Hunger Project, the UN Trust Fund for Indigenous Peoples, the Tropical Agriculture Research and Higher Education Center (CATIE) and the Indigenous People's Support Fund at IFAD - (IPAF).
Producer of the LesGaiCineMad (International Gai, Lesbian and Transsexual Film Festival of Madrid).
He is the Producer of the LesGaiCineMad (International Gai, Lesbian and Transsexual Film Festival of Madrid) organized by the Triangulo Foundation Madrid where he has also been part of patronage and member of its board. He promotes projects of International Cooperation for the Development in Africa and Latin America, being his specialty human rights and social equality. He has been the creator of CineLGBT Network. He has been a juror in several international LGBT film festivals: Teddy Award-Belinale, Outfest-Santo Domingo, LlámaleH-Uruguay, among others and the International Festival of Cinema the Orchid of Cuenca (Ecuador) and # Article31 Film Fest Documentary Film Festival Videopèriodismo And Human Rights organized by Médicos del mundo.
Belén López Valcárcel
Actress, volunteer and student of social work.
Actress, volunteer and Social Work student. She spent 6 months working at a refugee camp in Katsikas (Greece), teaching drama lessons and coordinating volunteers at the hospital program Now in Madrid, she is part of the citizen movement Sick of waiting and is also involved in the creative process of working on refugees Aire, arena y muro at Teatro a voces.
Social Worker at the Pontifical University of Comillas. Social Mediator by the Official School of Madrid Master of Gender in absence of Thesis.
Social Worker, social mediator, feminist and social activist since 1996. Chair of the Committee on Sexual Affective Diversity, Gender Identity and Disability of CERMI State. President and Co-founder of the Onubense Association of Women with Disabilities. President and co-founder of the Andalusian Federation of Associations of Women with Disabilities. FAMDISA President of the Federation of Persons with Disabilities in Huelva Cocemfe Huelva.
Secretary of the Confederation of Persons with Disabilities in Andalusia Cocemfe Andalusia Andalusian, Managing Director of the Governing Board of National Cocemfe, Vice-President of the Andalusian Council for the Participation of Women during the years 2013-2015 and member of the Andalusian Observatory of Violence. Member of the Scientific Committee of the Congress for the Study of Violence against Women.
Intervening expert in the Andalusian Parliament for the elaboration of laws such as the Law for Equality, the Law against gender violence, and the Transexuality Law of Andalusia. She has suffered from disability since the age of 4.
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.