Incluir Para Crecer, Festival Latinoamericano de Economía Inclusiva.
Colaborando con el arte de la inclusión.
Graduated in Languages from the Industrial University of Santander, she has been working since 2008 as executive director of Asdown Colombia, a Non-Governmental Organization dedicated to promoting the rights and inclusion in society of people with intellectual disabilities and their families.
She is recognized as an expert on issues of inclusive education, recognition of legal capacity and empowerment of families and people with disabilities in Colombia.
She is a member and founder of the Regional Network for Inclusive Education in Latin America, Inclusion International and RIADIS, with whom she has carried out research, communication campaigns and documents on the best way to achieve education for all, including children and girls with disabilities nationally and internationally.
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Responsible for International Programs of the ONCE Social Group since 2017, a position from which she exercises the Technical Secretariat of the Ibero-American Disability Program, as well as the coordination of technical assistance in disability policies for the EUROsociAL+ Program and the partnership strategy with international organizations, among other functions.
She has a degree in International Relations, a Degree in Communication Sciences and a Master’s Degree in Marketing from the University of the Republic (Uruguay). She holds a Specialization Diploma in Social Management and Disability Policies from FLACSO Chile and a Specialization Diploma in International Cooperation for Development from the AECID (Spain).
She had previously been Executive Director of the Latin American Union of the Blind, a regional organization representing the visually impaired in 19 countries.
Architect, painter, co-creator of 4 companies and 4 social movements, former Executive Director of Sistema B Chile today co-leader of Ciudades+B and co-author of 6 books on collaborative ecosystems.
WELLBEING ECONOMY ALLIANCE
Ana settled in her home country of Spain to be part of the WEAll team, after many years of travelling the world. During those years she worked on sustainable livelihood and ecological conservation projects from Nepal, New Zealand and Vancouver Island.
Previously, she worked as head of Exchange Programs at Centro Cultural de Idiomas.
Since the birth of WEAll in 2018, she has been the Network Coordinator and has managed to make more than 400 individuals and organizations part of it, which has gone from 1 WEAll Hub, that of Scotland, to 18 Hubs in different countries of the world, and that in the WEAll Citizens platform there are more than 3000 citizens from all over the world. It has not been only for their work but a combination of joint work of the amplifier equipment and all the people who are part of WEAll.
Laura is a Social and Visual Anthropologist, Master in Mental Health for Social Sciences, with studies in Semiotics, Linguistics, Phenomenology and Epistemology. Specialist, trainer and international reference in different Systemic approaches for Human Development, with more than 30 years of experience
She works internationally as a Consultant and Facilitator of personal, organizational and social transformation processes, Coach, Teacher and Academic Researcher. She is part of the Strategic Team of the Presencing Institute (PI), founded and directed by Otto Sharmer (Mit Senior Lecturer), representing and disseminating the work of U Theory and Social Presence Theater (TPS) in Latin America (as a team leader), Spain and Germany.
Co-coordinator of the Working Group on Inclusive Education and the Alliance of Organizations for the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
Member of the Regional Network for Inclusive Education and Inclusion International.
Co-president of Sistema B, Uruguay.
Member of the digital committee of IATEFL (2012-2020) and the online committee of IATEFL BESIG (2010-2020)
She gives national and international conferences.
Speaker at the TEDx event “Education Includes Us All“.
With a degree in Economic Sciences and a Master’s in Business Management, Sabina has 25 years of experience in different positions in the disability sector linked to the ONCE social group.
She is currently the Director of Training and Employment, Operations and Agreements of Fundación ONCE and General Director of Inserta Empleo.
Throughout her career, she has promoted and launched numerous successful projects related to the training and employment of people with disabilities. She has been the main promoter of ODISMET, an Observatory that offers up-to-date statistics on the situation of people with disabilities in Spain in relation to the labor market, with the support of the European Social Fund and in priority collaboration with the INE.
She is Director of the Higher Statistics Council (advisory body of the public statistics institution in Spain) as well as Chair of the European Platform for Rehabilitation (EPR), a European network of service providers for people with disabilities.
Dancer, Teacher and Scenic Creator.
Reichian Body Therapist and Yoga Instructor. She enables processes of creation in Education and teaches Contemporary Dance classes, as well as ballet and yoga. She is a teacher in the “Espacio de Desarrollo Armónico” for two decades, member of the del “Grupo Espacio De Artes Escénicas” as a multidisciplinary artist for a decade, both spaces directed by Graciela Figueroa. She is a teacher at the “Escuela Departamental De Danza de Maldonado” and co-creator of the “Estudio de Danza y Artes Del Movimiento Miralejos”.
Along with her teaching work, she delivers workshops on artistic deepening and therapy. She participates, collaborates and promotes stage creation processes, as a dancer, performer and choreographer, from the interpretation and the direction.
Paraguayan, 30 years old, Public Accountant and Engineer in Agroindustries, specialist in Governance, Political Management and Public Management. Experience in the economic empowerment of youth, working on projects in rural and urban contexts with populations in vulnerable situations, currently, Manager of the Entrepreneurship area of the Foundation from where various projects are coordinated with components aimed at the formation of entrepreneurial skills, the development of enterprises and their strengthening, with special emphasis on the economic inclusion of Persons with Disabilities.
1995, Montevideo, Uruguay. Photographer, writer and audiovisual producer. After graduating with a degree in Audiovisual Communication in Montevideo, she began her studies in author photography in Barcelona. She then developed his first personal photographic project “How to live with things I cannot control”. After this project, she began her formal exploration of the intersection between photography and poetic writing, especially applied to personal narrative.
Screenwriter and director of nina & emma, a film that will be released in 2023. Co-author of the book Como gato entre lineas, an anthology of emerging Uruguayan writers.
Teacher of the Diario Intimo workshop, where daily life is worked as creative raw material for artistic channeling in writing and photography.
Desde uno de los auditorios icónicos del Uruguay, el Sodre, estaremos realizando un espectáculo de danza con las bailarinas Magdalena Cosco y Valentina Bidart, acompañado con la música de Luciano Supervielle.
Luego nos separaremos en grupos pequeños para conocernos mejor.
Magda is 22 years old. She is in the third year of her Bachelor’s Degree in Dance at the Faculty of Arts. She is the first Uruguayan university student with Down syndrome. She has been dancing since she was 7 years old. She is a Zumba instructor.
Dancer in the play El Hilo Rojo of the SODRE National Ballet.
A disability rights activist, she has made commercials and modeled.
She works as an illustrator at 4D Lab
Together with the dancer Valentina Bidart they choreographed a video clip by the Uruguayan musician, Luciano Supervielle. This video was shown at a Gala performance of the dancer Julio Bocca.