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Mar Daza

Feminist. She believes that there will be no revolution without dancing. Interested in cultural studies, with a strong vocation for emancipatory education. He currently works as general coordinator of the Democracy Program and Global Transformation (PDTG-Perú).

This program to achieve their goals  with five areas:  1) “Publications & Research” which develops and promotes research related to the processes of social transformation. 2) “Weaving Networks” contributes to strengthening the social fabric and the deepening of democracy since the country's social organizations. 3) “Counter-Hegemonic Cultures”  seeks to intervene in the social imaginary that sustains relations of oppression in our societies. 4) “University, Power, Knowledge & Social Transformation” promotes debate on relations of domination in the world today and the possibilities of change from different perspectives of critical theory. And finally,  5) “Self-training & Construction Internal” contributes to strengthening and training of program team to do their jobs better and better.

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http://www.democraciaglobal.org

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Mario Palacios Panéz

Ex-president and active member of Confederación Nacional de Comunidades del Perú Afectadas por la Minería (CONACAMI) [National Confederation of Peruvian Communities Affected by Mining]. CONACAMI represents ancestral indigenous communities who build economic, social and environmental justices as peoples with collective rights against the abuses of transnational companies extractive economic and political activities, nationally and globally. In different parts of the country we have organized as Coordinadoras Regionales de Comunidades Afectas por la Minería (CORECAMIs) [Regional Coordinators of Communities Affected by Mining], Federaciones de Comunidades Provinciales, Departamentales y Regionales [Federation of Provincial, Departmental and Regional Communities], as well as Frentes de Defensa [Defense Fronts] and Centrales de Rondas Campesinas [¿?].
Resistance and organization of those affected by mining began in 1997 and 1998, in the midst of the Fujimori dictatorship and its imposition of savage neoliberalism, the destruction of social organizations, privatization and the growth of transnational companies in the lands and territories of the communities. The organizing process had its peak in October 1999 with the founding of the CONACAMI. Part of that history is told in the Confederation’s publications.

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http://www.conacami.org/website

http://www.alterinfos.org/spip.php?article1478

http://sumakkawsay.tieneblog.net/2011/03/el-buen-vivir-una-construccion-colectiva-por-mario-palacios-panez

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Raphael Hoetmer

Activist researcher, member and former coordinator of the Democracy Program and Global Transformation (PDTG)-Perú. In June  2003, in a scene of intense global changes, the PDTG was created  as part of the Unit Graduate School of Social Sciences at the Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos. Since then, it provides a forum for transdisciplinary analysis of power, democratization and social movements. Its main objective is to strengthening the capacity of the Peruvian civil society to find democratic solutions to the challenges of globalization.

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Rocío Muñoz Flores

Afro, feminist, journalist, researcher, women leader, member and coordinator of  PerúAfro. Afro-Peruvian women Feminist. PerúAfro was founded in 1999. Its main objective is to fight against racial discrimination, gender and sexism, promoting the defense of Afro-Peruvian women. PerúAfro has the following areas of intervention. A) “Area of  Human Rights” which aims to train and promote human rights  through feminist and antiracist education. B) “Area of Advocacy” whose task is to design and promote educational and training activities, aimed at influencing national and international agendas dealing with topics related with our work. C) “Area of  Knowledge Production and Research” whose goal is to generate diagnoses and studies that provide current and objective information on the situation and context of Afro-Peruvian people, especially women. D) “Area of Training, Development and Agency”, whose goal is to strengthening capacities of Afro-Peruvian women to be active agents of development and to empower them.

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http://peruafro.blogspot.com

http://peruafro.blogspot.com/2011_03_01_archive.html

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Virginia Vargas

Sociologist and feminist activist in Peru and Latin America. Member and founding member of the Center "Flora Tristan" in Lima and the political current Marcosur Feminist Articulationin Latin America. Works the subject of American feminism. He teaches as a visiting professor at several universities in the region. Currently serves on the Program Feminist Studies and Debate, which is part of the Center "Flora Tristan". Team member andcoordinator of the Democracy Program Global Transformation of the Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos. Also actively involved since its inception in the World Social Forum, on behalf of the Feminist Articulation Marcosur.

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http://www.flora.org.pe/web2

http://www.democraciaglobal.org

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