Panel Discussion Human rights-based and Gender-responsive Care - 23rd Meeting, 50th Regular Session of Human Rights Council
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Panel 2: Human rights-based and gender-responsive care and support systems - Annual full-day discussion on the human rights of women

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Objectives: To discuss how to transform the care and support systems to advance gender equality and the rights to support and care, with a focus on the intersectionality of discrimination.
Chair:    
• H.E. Mr. Ulugbek Lapasov, Vice-President of the Human Rights Council

Opening statements:    
• Ms. Michelle Bachelet, United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights
• H.E. Ms. Elizabeth Gómez Alcorta, Ministry of Women, Genders and Diversity of Argentina

Panellists and themes:   
• Ms. Frances Raday, Professor of Law, Hebrew University, and President, Concord Research Center for Integration of International Law in Israel
- Why the transformation of care is crucial for women's rights?
• Ms. Rosario Galarza, Intersectionalities Officer at International Disability Alliance
- How should the transformation of care promote the rights to dignified life? – from a perspective of women with disabilities.
• Ms. Chidi King, Chief on Gender, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Branch, Conditions of Work and Equality Department, International Labour Organization
- What are the concrete transformations happening?
-SPEAKERS-

  • Ms. Michelle Bachelet, High Commissioner for Human Rights (Introduction)
  • H.E. Ms. Elizabeth Gómez Alcorta, Ministry of Women, Genders and Diversity of Argentina
  • Ms. Frances Raday, Professor of Law at Hebrew University
  • Ms. Rosario Galarza, Intersectionalities Officer at International Disasbility Alliance
  • Ms. Chidi King, Chief of Gender, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Branch, Conditions of Work and Equality Department of the ILO
  • Viet Nam, Mr. Do Hung Viet
  • Estonia (on behalf of a group of countries), Ms. Katrin Saarsalu-Layachi
  • Chile (on behalf of a group of countries), Ms. Claudia Fuentes Julio
  • New Zealand (on behalf of a group of countries), Mr. Nathan John Glassey
  • Liechtenstein (on behalf of a group of countries), Mr. Daniel Batliner
  • European Union, Ms. Lotte Knudsen
  • UN Women, Ms. Adriana Quinones
  • Bolivia (Plurinational State of), Ms. Maira Mariela Macdonal Alvarez
  • Mexico, Ms. Francisca E. Méndez Escobar
  • Thailand, Ms. Suphatra Srimaitreephithak
  • Switzerland, Ms. Samira Cizero Ntasano
  • Azerbaijan, Ms. Narmin Huseynova
  • Morocco: Conseil National des Droits de l'Homme, Ms. Zahira Fountir
  • Global Initiative for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, Ms. Juliette Wyss
  • Defence for Children International (Joint Statement), Ms. Solea Winnie Nalubegan
  • Israel, Ms. Merav Marks
  • France, Ms. Emmanuelle Lachaussée
  • Sudan
  • Brazil
  • Gambia, Ms. Baturu S.J. Camara
  • Cuba, Ms. Mirthia Julia Brossard
  • Namibia, Ms. Tangi Shikongo
  • Georgia, Ms. Nino Baqradze
  • South Africa, Mr. A. Mbedzi
  • Iraq, Ms. Zainab Alabtan
  • Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of), Mr. Emilio Segundo Barroeta Guillén
  • United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Ms. Kameni Chaddha
  • Center for Reproductive Rights, Inc., Ms. Paola Salwan Daher
  • Action Canada for Population and Development, Ms. Pooja Badarinath
  • Asociacion HazteOir.org, Ms. Maria Isabel Moreno
  • Ms. Frances Raday, Professor of Law at Hebrew University (Final Remarks)
  • Ms. Rosario Galarza, Intersectionalities Officer at International Disability Alliance
  • Ms. Chidi King, Chief of Gender, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Branch, Conditions of Work and Equality Department of the ILO