Gender and Power: necessary reflections from the perspective of health


This issue of Diálogos del Sur discussed the progress and setbacks of Maria da Penha Law, medical power over the bodies of women and children, structural violence against black women, trans and intersex people, and women’s participation in institutional frameworks of political power.

With the participation of very special guests, ISAGS opened the doors to the everyday life of Rio de Janeiro in an urgent matter common to great and small cities of South America and the world: the gender issue. The full video of the meeting is now available, and you can check it out here: