Meeting of women from Latin America and the Caribbean takes place in Brasilia

The CEO of Cenarium Amazônia Network, Paula Litaiff, during a panel discussion at the event. (Video/Reproduction)
Adrisa De Góes – Cenarium Magazine

MANAUS (AM) – The current challenges of Latin American and Caribbean women was the theme of the “3rd Meeting of Women of Latin America and the Caribbean” and was held from Friday, 21, to Sunday, 23, at the University of Brasilia (UnB). The debate aimed at proposals for building a fairer and more sovereign continent for the female population.

The event was attended by about 1,000 women from more than 14 countries. The CEO of CENARIUM AMAZÔNIA NETWORK, Paula Litaiff, was one of the guests of the dialog tables and addressed the theme “Media”.

“In this area, we represent Amazonas in the debate on the search for financing alternatives for independent journalism and the strengthening of public TV aimed at serving the population”, said the journalist.

The CEO of the Cenarium Amazon Network, Paula Litaiff, during the dialogue table of the Meeting of Women of Latin America and the Caribbean. (Ana Pastana/Cenarium Magazine)

In the debates, participants shared experiences and discussed a common agenda of struggles of the feminist movement. Proposals for ending exploitation and oppression against women were also developed.

About the meeting

The 3rd Meeting of Women from Latin America and the Caribbean featured a series of activities, debate groups, women’s march and political-cultural interventions that took place on the Darcy Ribeiro campus of UnB.

Previous editions of the event took place in the Dominican Republic in 2015 and in Ecuador in 2018. In Brazil, the event is organized by the Olga Benário Women’s Movement and has the support of the Women’s Coordinator of the Human Rights Secretariat (Codim / SDH) of UnB, Roberta Cantarela.


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