Recognition, Redistribution and Popular Participation: Towards an Integrative Judicial Policy


1 from March by 2018

Gender Seminar, Feminisms and SJ


The Human Rights Laboratory of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (LADIH) makes public the result of the call for selection of expanded abstracts for presentation in the Gender, Feminisms and Justice System Seminar, which will take place in Rio de Janeiro, at the National Faculty of Law of UFRJ, during 15 and 16 March 2018.

The presentation can be made by only one or both co-authors, and the 10 minute deadline is non-extendable. Letters of acceptance will be forwarded to the e-mails informed when sending the expanded abstract.

It should be noted that only accepted and submitted abstracts may be sent, in the form of articles, to compose the Electronic Proceedings of the Seminar.

Deadline for Submission of Full Article for publication in the Proceedings: 30 May 2018 (23: 59, Brasilia time), to the email from Subject: Seminar Gender, Feminisms and the Justice System, as directed (please click here).

1 Day: DATE 15 MARCH 2018

GT1 - Feminisms, Antipunitivism and Women's Incarceration

Coordinators: Natália Sant'Anna de Figueiredo (PPGD / UFRJ), Raquel Alves Rosa da Silva (PPGD / UFRJ)

GT1-A: Natália Sant'Anna de Figueiredo (Coord.)

14: 00-14: 10: Opening and Presentation of the WG.

1 Block - Theoretical Discussions:

14: 10-14: 20: Jessica Santiago Cury and Paulo César Corrêa Borges - Between Race, Criminology and Gender: A Necessary Intersection.

14: 20-14: 30: Rayane Marinho Rosa and Humberto Ribeiro Júnior - De-patriarchalizing and Decolonizing Critical Criminology: A Necessary Dialogue.

14: 30-14: 40: Thiago Celli Moreira of Araujo - Marxism, Gender and Penal Abolitionism.

14: 40-14: 50: Natasha Assumpção Auto and Liana Marília Souza Gomes - Does Semantics Used in Interpreting Criminal-Type Elements of Rape Crime Favor Machista and Misogynistic Judicial Decisions?

14: 50-15: 00: June Cirino dos Santos - In defense of a truly critical criminology.

15: 00-15: 10: Renata Saggioro Davis -Virgin, honest, adulterous, prostitute: When criminal law classifies women.

15: 10-15: 20: Monica de Melo - Feminisms, Antipunitivism and Women's Right to a Life Free of Violence.

15: 20-15: 40: Block Discussions.

Block 2 - Imprisoned Women:

15: 40-15: 50: Natacha Guala - Control over women: strategies of resistance from women incarcerated in the province of Santa Fe (Argentina).

15: 50-16: 00: Laize Gabriela Benevides Pinheiro and Barbara Nascimento de Oliveira - Behind Grids, Other Currents: Female Incarceration and Gender, Race and Class Oppressions in Sergipe.

16: 00-16: 10: Patricia Bocardo Batista Pinto - Criminal Execution between the Administration and the Judiciary: A Study on the Procedure of Serious Disciplinary Fouls in Female Penitentiaries.

16: 10-16: 30: Block Discussions.

Block 3 - Femicide:

16: 30-16: 40: Ana Carolina de Sá Juzo and Ivo Gonçalves Mendes Teixeira - Femicide: What Comes After Typing?

16: 40-16: 50: Luiza Sousa de Carvalho - Feminicide Law in Brazil: Limits and Possibilities.

16: 50-17: 00: Caroline da Silva Soares and Julia Simões Neris - Black Female Subject: Femicide and Racial Question.

17: 00-17: 10: Bruna Fortunato Barcelos - Femicide: An Analysis of the Recent Exposition of an Old Problem in Legal Discourses.

17: 10-17: 30: Debates and Closure.

GT1-B: Raquel Alves Rosa da Silva (Coord.)

14: 00-14: 10: GT Opening and Presentation.

Block 1 - Incarcerated Women:

14: 10-14: 20: Elaine Barbosa - From Critical Criminology to other perspectives: punitive social control from the letters of imprisoned women.

14: 20-14: 30: Semirames Khattar and Camilla Medeiros de Oliveira - Female Incarceration: The Relationship Between Class, Totalitarianism and Gender Paradigms.

14: 30-14: 40: Alice Quintela Lopes Oliveira - Prison Beyond Body Control: The (Re) Construction of Gender Identity in Prisons According to Feminist Criminology.

14: 40-14: 50: Tani Maria Wurster and Camille Vieira da Costa - Vexing Magazine and the Control of Women's Bodies: Because in the Beginning Eve Ate the Apple.

14: 50-15: 00: Nathali Estevez Grillo - Climbing Strength and Courage on the Descent: A Study on the Resistance of Girls at the Casa Foundation.

15: 00-15: 10: Rosângela Teixeira Gonçalves and Camile Nunes Dias - Overview of the Current Prison Situation of Women in Brazil and the State of São Paulo.

15: 10-15: 20: Larissa do Vale Teixeira and Miguel da Fonseca Orlando - Fangs Not Menstruating: A Critical View on the Applicability of Positive Provisions to Female Transgender Incarceration.

15: 20-15: 30: Carolina Soares Nunes Pereira - An Abolitionist Reading of the Bangkok Rules: Between Female Detention and Prison Reform.

15: 30-15: 40: Fernanda Kilduff - Women in Prison in Argentina: The Reaches of Punishment.

15: 40-15: 50: Sidnelly Aparecida de Almeida- “Imprisoned women: reflections on the experience with the Manhuaçu prison - MG ”

15: 50-16: 20: Block Discussions.

Block 2 - Trafficking and Women:

16: 20-16: 30: Aila Fernanda dos Santos - The Sexual Division of Labor in Drug Trafficking and Women's Incarceration: The Specificities of the Drug War in relation to Women.

16: 30-16: 40: Luciana Costa Fernandes - How Do Women Judges Judge Women for Drug Trafficking?

16: 40-16: 50: Luisa Bertrami D'Angelo - Women Arrested for Drug Trafficking: Between Protagonism and Figure in the Plots of Punitivism and Gender Inequality.

16: 50-17: 00: Alicia Alonso - Incarceration and Gender: Impacts of the Repressive Drug Policy in Chile.

17: 00-17: 30: Discussions and Closing

GT 2 - Psychiatric Knowledge, Gender and Deprivation of Liberty

Coordinators: Patricia Charlemagne (PPGD / UFRJ) and Rachel Gouveia Passos (UFRRJ)

14: 00-14: 10: GT Opening and Presentation.

Block 1 - Security Measures: Crime and Madness on the agenda.

14: 10-14: 20: Renata Veronica Lyre Courts: Psychiatric Reform and Deprivation of Liberty.

14: 20-14: 30: Bruna Gabriela M. of Oliveira Ramos and Silvia H. Tedesco: The Profile of Women Present at the Hospital of Custody and Psychiatric Treatment in the State of Rio de Janeiro: Gender, Race / Ethnicity and Class, Possible Relationships.

14: 30-14: 40: Bruna Martins Costa and Camila Damasceno de Andrade: Women in Santa Catarina Prison: Psychiatric Discourses and Female Criminalization (1950-1970).

14: 40-14: 50: Paloma Rodrigues Moreira - The Relationship between the Brazilian Penitentiary System and the Mental Illness of Women Deprived of Liberty.

14: 50-15: 00: Mariana de Assis Brasil and Weigert - Women in Compliance with Security Measures: The Muslim Women of the Brazilian Penitentiary System.

15: 00-15: 10: Luna Borges Pereira - The Unconstitutionality of the Security Measure: Women's Life Governance, Madness and Discrimination.

15: 10-15: 30: Block Discussions.

Block 02 - Meeting between Knowledge: Trans and Interdisciplinary Studies

15: 30-15: 40: Geovana Siqueira Costa and Alessandra de Andrade Rinaldi - Exemplary Women: Gender, Madness and the Brazilian Judiciary (2008-2017).

15: 40-15: 50: Melissa de O. Pereira and Paulo Duarte of C. Amarante - Psychiatry, Institutions and Women: Between Care, Medicalization and Asylum.

15: 50-16: 00: Carolina Lopes de Oliveira - For the Right to Intersexuality: reflections on the space of corporealities in Brazilian law.

16: 00-16: 10: Kalline Flavia Silva de Lira - Group of Women in Situation of Violence: Analysis of Experience in a Mental Health Service of Pernambuco.

16: 10-16: 20: Michele Salgado de Lima - From Women to Women at the Edge of the State - An Analysis of the Welcome of Pregnant Crack Users by Care, Health and Justice Equipment.

16: 20-16: 30: Fernanda Araujo de Almeida - Women and Use of Psychoactive Substances: Dismantling Stigmata and Harvesting Dreams.

16: 30-16: 40: Rafael Porto Francisco and Hugo Ribeiro Lanza - An interaction between law and psi knowledge: what to do with homosexuals ?.

16: 40-16: 50: Liandra Lima Carvalho and Veronica Santos de Souza Lima - Love Bandit! Choice! Destiny! A Study on Women Who Have or Had Marital Relationships with Incarcerated Men in the State of Rio de Janeiro.

16: 50-17: 00: Ana Gabriela Souza Ferreira - Lilith, Eva, Medusa - Wandering Women: Archetypes and Female Segregation.

17: 00-17: 10: Iago Soares de Oliveira - Psychiatric Power, Suicide and Women: Youtube as a Control Device.

17: 10-17: 30: Debates and Closures

GT 3 - LGBTQIA + People and Justice Systems

Coordinators: Heloisa Melino (PPGD / UFRJ) and Marina Ganzarolli (FD / USP and CEBRAP)

14: 00-14: 10: GT Opening and Presentation.

14: 10-14: 20: Rafael Carrano Lelis - Discovering Latin American Colors: An Analysis of the Constitutional Protection of LGBTI Rights in South America and Mexico.

14: 20-14: 30: Bruno de Assis Pimentel Carvalho and Daiana Seabra Venancio -The incompatibility of homophobic practices with the constitution and international treaties.

14: 30-14: 40: Anderson Ferreira Sanches and Andreza do Socorro Pantoja de Oliveira Smith -Women and transvestites in the international human rights protection system.

14: 40-14: 50: Milena Queiroga Silva and Camila Soares Lippi -The implementation of the ruling of the European Court of Human Rights in the Vallianattos et al. Greece: the struggle against authoritarianism and the search for social rights.

14: 50-15: 00: Pedro Rennó–Advisory Opinion No. HDI Court 24: LGBTQIA + Human Rights, court dialogue and conventionality control.

15: 00-15: 10: Natalia Cintra de Oliveira Tavares and Vinicius Purity Cabral -The LGBTQI + refugee status determination system as a colonizing instrument.

15: 10-15: 20: Bruna Martello and Laura Gigante Albuquerque–LGBT rights: a reality omitted by the federal legislature.

15: 20-15: 30: ArísioAntonio Fonseca Junior and Thais da Silva Barbosa–The legal protection of LGBT people: effective protection or symbolic legislation?

15: 30-15: 40: Flora Hilario Mendes Pereira and Marina Barbosa de Freitas - The social name and the recognition of gender identity of trans people in the light of Brazilian law.

15: 40-15: 50: Mariana Py Muniz Cappellari and Daniel Paulo Caye -Access to Justice in civil registry rectification actions: state violence in obstacles to the exercise of the right to gender identity.

15: 50-16: 00: Priscilla Cristine Silva de Souza - The LGBT movement and the criminalization of homophobia: between perspectives of critical criminology and a demand already tired of waiting.

16: 00-16: 10: Isaac Port of Santos -Epistemological reflections on the formation of a criminology queer

16: 10-16: 20: Henrique Rabello de Carvalho -Gender, the judiciary and transgender and transvestite women: Maria da Penha Law and guarantee of rights.

16: 20-16: 30: Ana Carolina de Azevedo Walks and Raisa Duarte da Silva Ribeiro– Transgender: transformative remedies and fighting violence.

16: 30-16: 40: Jessica Lana de Souza da Silva and Carlos Eduardo Santos Maia– Political and social trajectory of fighting homophobia in the city of Juiz de Fora.

16: 40-16: 50: Julia Silva Vidal and Marco Aurelio Máximo Prado–Notes on police inquiries involving transvestites in Minas Gerais.

16: 50-17: 00: Vanessa Alves Vieira - Normative arrangements for the protection of the LGBT population in the context of deprivation of liberty in Brazil.

17: 00-17: 10: Gustavo Henrique Pereira Ribeiro and Lisandra Espíndula Moreira -In the name of honor: masculinity and heteronormativity in criminal justice.

17: 10-17: 20: Nathalia Brito de Carvalho -The ban on homophobic bullying in schools as a strategy to combat prejudice against LGBT people.

17: 20-17: 30: Debates and Closure.

GT 4 - Justice System designed by Women

Coordinators: Juliana Costa Chichierchio (PPGD / UFRJ) and Maysa Carvalhal (PPGD / UFRJ).

14: 00-14: 10: GT Opening and Presentation.

Block 1 - Women and Penal System:

14: 10-14: 20: Mariana Pinto Zoccal -Criminal justice system: institutions, characters and gender.

14: 20-14: 30: Julia Somberg Alves - The limitation of female sexuality by penal codes as a way of maintaining patriarchy.

14: 30-14: 40: Ana Carolina de Oliveira Marsicano - Social control and punishment as a continuum in the process of women's domination.

14: 40-14: 50: Camila Belinaso de Oliveira and Sophie Dall'olmo - And the city in singing did not let it sleep: a feminist reflection of law as a mechanism for maintaining and perpetuating capitalist patriarchy.

14: 50-15: 00: Maria Midlej Bastos and Flavia C. Cohin - Criminalizing does not pay: antipunitivism in combating violence against women.

15: 00-15: 10: Block Discussions.

Block 2 - Domestic Violence:

15: 10-15: 20: Elisa Borges Matos and Zilda Onofri Patent - Domestic violence and intersectionality: notes on the limits of the Maria da Penha Law.

15: 20-15: 30: Beatriz Carvalho de Araujo Cunha - Impossibility of coercive driving of women victims of domestic and family violence.

15: 30-15: 40: Camila Cardoso by Mello Prando and Maria Paula Benjamim Borges - Post-rupture stalking: a risk analysis on emergency protective measures between January and July of 2017.

15: 40-15: 50: Julia Somberg Alves - Maria da Penha Law and the Role of the Penal System: Concerns from the Internship held at the Specialized Prosecution Office for Domestic and Family Violence against Women at the Public Prosecution Service of Minas Gerais.

15: 50-16: 00: Michelle Moraes Santos - Domestic Violence: Facing the network problem.

16: 00-16: 10: Laura Gigante Albuquerque and Domenique Assis Goulart - “I don't see myself in the word female, hunting target, resigned victim”: the insufficiency of the justice system in face of the demands of domestic violence.

16: 10-16: 20: Block Discussions.

Block 3 - Restorative Justice

16: 20-16: 30: Agatha Lorraine Seixas– Restorative justice and socio-educational measures in the school context: a case study of the higher education institute of Rio de Janeiro.

16: 30-16: 40: Yollanda Farnezes Soares– Restorative justice: empowerment of women victims of domestic violence.

16: 40-16: 50: Lethicia Reis de Guimarães– Restorative justice as a possibility of overcoming the punishment of the 11.340 / 06 law.

16: 50-17: 00: Livia de Souza Vidal– Conversation wheels: a restorative experience in social education.

17: 00-17: 10: Igan Figueiredo Mainieri -Restorative Justice: Prospects and Criticisms for its Application in Cases of Domestic and Family Violence Against Women in Brazil.

17: 10-17: 20: Debates and Closure.

2 Day: DATE 16 MARCH 2018

WG 5 - Invisible Prisons: Maternity situation and justice system

Coordinators: Maíra Fernandes (PPGD / UFRJ) and Aline Pancieri (PPGD / UFRJ)

14: 00-14: 10: GT Opening and Presentation.

14: 10-14: 20: Ana Paula Bennech - Women and Maternity in Prison.

14: 20-14: 30: Sandra Strap - Gestation and Maternity in Prison: Paradox Between Care and the Exercise of State Punitive Power.

14: 30-14: 40: Mariane Couto - Maternity in a situation of deprivation of liberty in the State of Pará: Current Issues.

14: 40-14: 50: Christiane Freire and Kátia Mello - Women's Prison in the Brazilian Prison System: Moral Judgments and Criminal Subjection.

14: 50-15: 00: Sandra Ornellas and Barbara Lima - Maternity and Prison in the Patriarchal Criminal Justice System.

15: 00-15: 10: Vanessa Lopes and Mario Valente - Analysis of Federal Supreme Court rulings on the possibility of house arrest under Law 13.257 / 16.

15: 10-15: 20: Marcia Silvia and Larissa Lima - Historical Prisons: Considerations on Female Social Invisibility in Goiânia.

15: 20-15: 30: Luciana Cruz and Paula Pereira - The Listening Experience in the Maternal and Child Ward of the Women's Penitentiary of the Capital.

15: 30-15: 40: Luciana Cruz and Luiza Ferreira - Transmission of Stories between Mothers and Filhxs Living in Prison, Thinking Questions about Memory and Guilt.

15: 40-15: 50: Mariana Dornellas - The Impact of Prison on the Family of Arrested Women.

15: 50-16: 00: Mariana Lins of Carli Silva -Maternities Kidnapped by Punitive Power: Suspension or Loss of Family Power of Imprisoned Women.

16: 00-16: 10: Priscilla Rabbit– Dismissal of Family Power of Incarcerated Women and Violation of Constitutionally Guaranteed Rights.

16: 10-16: 20: Ana Picolli and Karla Cuellar - Strengthening Family Bonds of Women Prisoners in Maternity.

16: 20-16: 30: Bruna Mendes and Louise Barbosa - Women in Prison: An Approach to Obstetric Violence in the Penal System.

16: 30-16: 40: Flávia dos Santos and Cristiane Andrade -Health Policies for Women Deprived of Liberty.

16: 40-16: 50: Nathali Grillo -Juvenile Justice System: Maternity at the Casa Foundation.

16: 50-17: 00: Mariana Oliveira - The Blaming of Mothers of Adolescents Deprived of Freedom in the Socio-Educational System of Rio de Janeiro.

17: 00-17: 30: Discussion and Closing.

GT 6 - CITY: Networks, Articulations, Social Movements, Public Policy Formulations and Social Control.

Coordinators: Igor Soares (PPGD / UFRJ) and Fernanda Vieira (UFJF).

GT6-A: Igor Soares (Coord.)

14: 00-14: 10: GT Opening and Presentation

14: 10-14: 20: Peterson Beraldo de Andrade and Sonia Aparecida Siquelli - Bioethical Approach to Gender in the Educational Field

14: 20-14: 30: Fernanda Pereira de Moura - The Partyless School and the Attempt to Dismantle Human Rights Education

14: 30-14: 40: Carlos Eduardo Cunha Martins Silva - Student Occupations as a Radical Affirmation of Democracy: The Paulista Student Movement in the Year of 2015

14: 40-14: 50: Adriane de Oliveira Ningeliski and Laura Jane Garbini Both- Forming Litigants: The Reality of Law Courses in Brazil

14: 50-15: 00: Iara Maria da Conceição dos Santos and Rachel Gouveia Passos- Training and Organization of Social Workers of Mental Health of Baixada Fluminense / RJ: Extension as a Mobilization Tool

15: 00-15: 10: Layana Mara Laiter Martins and Fernando de Brito Alves- Maria Da Penha Nucleus: A Bridge Between The State University Of Northern Paraná And The Jacarezinhense Society

15: 10-15: 20: Lethícia Reis de Guimarães and Layza Queiroz Santos- For a New Way of Thinking Domestic Violence in Urban Occupations

15: 20-15: 30: Luciana da Silva Oliveira and Paula Land Curi- Training of Multipliers for the Reception of Women in Gender Violence

15: 30-15: 40: Ana Carolina Almeida Santos Nunes and Alice Junqueira Terra Caffaro- Fighting Gender Violence in Public Spaces in Latin America: Far Beyond Laws: A Critical Analysis of State Responses to Sexual Harassment in Public Spaces.

15: 40-15: 50: Gabriela Rodrigues de Moraes and Luiza Sousa de Carvalho- Brazilian Women's House of Brasilia: Possibilities and Challenges for the Policy against Violence against Women.

15: 50-16: 00: Leticia Rocha Santos - Attention To The Author Man Of Domestic Violence.

16: 00-16: 10: Veronica Calado and Flavio Augusto de Oliveira Santos- Public Policies as an Instrument for Overcoming the Framework of Double Violation of the Rights of Women with Disabilities.

16: 10-16: 20: Rodrigo Galvão do Amara - Access to Justice of the Low Income Person.

16: 20-16: 30: Yasmin de Melo Silva and Daises Santos- Duke Of Caxias - Project To Overcome The Landmark Of Male And White Power By Feminist Social Action.

16: 30-16: 40: Maria Cecilia Cury Chaddad and Fernanda Mainier Hack - Female Mobilization in Achieving Rights for the Food Allergy Population.

16: 40-16: 50: Marcia Bastos de Araujo - Women's Resistance In the Carioca Favelas: the resizing of the “role” of women through the struggle for housing led by women.

16: 50-17: 00: Mariana Camille Medeiros Pink - The Vulnerability of Northeastern Women to Multiple Discrimination Based on Gender, Origin, and Culture.

17: 00-17: 10: Ana Carolina Carvalho Barreto and Ian Eduardo de Carvalho- The Representations of Women in Music as a Social Movement of Claim and Empowerment.

17: 10-17: 20: Mayara Nicolitt Abdala - Domestic Violence Against Women: A Look From Nelson Rodrigues Theater.

17: 20-17: 30: Debates and Closure.

GT6-B: Fernanda Vieira (Coord.)

14: 00-14: 10: GT Opening and Presentation.

14: 10-14: 20: Helenice Pereira Sardenberg and Renan de Souza Cid - Segregation And Hostility: The Excluding City Cartography.

14: 20-14: 30: Vitor Fraga da Cunha - The Struggle for the Right to the City in the City-Company Model.

14: 30-14: 40: Soninha Alves and Silmara Conchão- Gender Social Relations And The Urban Space.

14: 40-14: 50: Yasmin Dolores from Parijós Galende and Fádia Yasmin Costa Mauro- City of Men: Androcentrism in the Construction of Urban Space and the Need for Female Participation to Address Gender Equality.

14: 50-15: 00: Leticia Graça Generoso Pereira and Gabriela Mendes Cardim - Femini-City: An Analysis of the Absence of Women in Urban Discourse and the Depatriarcalization of Cities.

15: 00-15: 10: Mariana Imbelloni Braga Albuquerque - (I) Mobility Policies: Single Wagons, Single Policies And Women's Urban Mobility.

15: 10-15: 20: Gabriela Mendes Cardim and Leticia Graça Generoso Pereira - (No) Come to the Street !: the denial of the right to the city to LGBTs and the confrontation of violence and invisibility in Brazilian urban spaces.

15: 20-15: 30: Maria Walkiria of Faro Coelho Guedes Cabral and Ana Carolina Machado Amoni Girundi - Urban Planning With Gender Responsibility: The Women's Reference House and Women's Movement in the City of Belo Horizonte.

15: 30-15: 40: Carolina Guida Cardoso of Carmo - Visibility Of Urban Appropriations Of Refugees In Brazil.

15: 40-15: 50: Joan of Flowers Duarte - Youth And Territory: Criminalization Of Poverty And Gender Selectivity.

15: 50-16: 00: Monique de Carvalho Cruz and Carmen Ferreira Corato Costa- Racist Use of “Security Assurance” and Its Impacts on the Life of Black Women in Rio de Janeiro

16: 00-16: 10: Ohana Oliveira - Incarceration And Extermination In Rio De Janeiro.

16: 10-16: 20: Christtiani Pereira of the Prado Valle - Female Crime: Social And Moral Aspects Of Incarcerated Women In Brazil.

16: 20-16: 30: Dayana Christina Ramos de Souza Juliano - Black Insurgencies and the Denial of the Right to Life: Women's Political Trajectories in the Face of Black Youth Genocide - From Mourning to Struggle!

16: 30-16: 40: Renata Vieira Meda - Challenges for the coexistence between fundamental environmental rights with the cultural of traditional peoples in protected areas.

16: 40-16: 50: Beatriz Neder Mattar - The Concealment of Female Protagonism as a Social Fact and Product of Economic Inequality.

16: 50-17: 00: Suhed Acioli Mansur Lopes - 21st Century Feminisms: A Construction of Concepts From the Optics of Discourses in Social Networks.

17: 00-17: 10: Layana Izabel Aguiar Silva - Voluntary Interruption of Pregnancy: Feminist Theory and Criticism by Ronald Dworkin.

17: 10-17: 20: Tenor Tieta by Andrade Bitu and Ariston Flavio Freitas da Costa- Women Workers, Anarcho-syndicalism, and the Responses of Critical Labor-Theory Theory: Need to Revisit Narratives for an Articulated Analysis from the Theories of Social Movements.

17: 20-17: 30: Debates and Closure.

GT 7 - Racism and the Justice System

Coordinators: Laíze Gabriela Benevides (PPGD / UFRJ) and Ana Míria Carinhanha (PPGSD / UFF).

14: 00-14: 10: GT Opening and Presentation.

14: 10-14: 20: Natany Ayodele Luiz - Modern Punishment Dungeons: Criminal Selectivity And Mass Incarceration Of Black Women.

14: 20-14: 30: Laina Chrysostom - The Selectivity of the Brazilian Classical Feminist Movement and its Interference in the Justice Systems.

14: 30-14: 40: Amanda S. Lemos and Eliziane da Silva Lima - Woman And Black: From Shackles To Grids, A History Of Oppression And Expropriation.

14: 40-14: 50: Rafael Porto Francisco - Healerism and Criminal Law: An Analysis of Motivations for the Criminalization of a Traditional Cure Knowledge.

14: 50-15: 00: Larissa Pirchiner of Oliveira Vieira and Adriana de Morais - Institutional Racism, STF and Rights of Quilombola Communities.

15: 00-15: 10: Barbara Silva da Rocha - Asphalt Foreigners: Black Women And The Production Of (Unvalidated) Spaces Of Autonomy And Freedom.

15: 10-15: 20: Larissa Mattei and Fernanda da Silva Lima - The Struggle For Equality And Rights Of Black Women In Brazil.

15: 20-15: 30: Paloma Rodrigues Moreira and Maira Carrera Silva - Facets of Institutional Racism: Analyzes of the Brazilian Justice System.

15: 30-15: 40: Diogo José da Silva Flora - Gender Selectivity in Police Lethality: Why Women Are Not Victims in the Resistance Case?

15: 40-15: 50: Luiz Carlos Silva Faria Junior and Ana Carolina Mattoso Lopes - Racism In Judgment: Justice System And Racial Issues In Brazil.

15: 50-16: 00: Maira Carrera Silva - Development of Public Policy on Religious Freedom Against Institutional Racism.

16: 00-16: 10: Maria Claudia Girotto do Couto - Loneliness and Risk in the Field of Affections: An Analysis of Symbolic Violence Experienced by Black Women

16: 10-16: 20: Silvana Santos Conception - Experiences of Clandestine Abortion from the Perspective of Black Soteropolitan Women.

16: 20-16: 30: Vanessa Cristina dos Santos Saraiva - Is Institutional Hosting the Solution? Public Policies Targeting Children And Adolescents In Duke Of Caxias.

16: 30-16: 40: Juliana Vinuto - Prioritization of Safety in Inpatient Centers for Adolescents in Conflict with the Law.

16: 40-16: 50: Igor Frederico Fontes Lima and Ilzver de Matos Oliveira - Necropoder: The Lost Bullet As Right Address.

16: 50-17: 00: Caio Luís Prata and Taylisi de Souza Corrêa Leite - The Bourgeois State as a Structuring Construction of Black People Incarceration and Genocide in Brazil.

17: 00-17: 10: Phillipe Cupertino Salloum e Silva and Maria Jane Soares Targino Cavalcante - CALINS: a new subject of feminism and human rights.

17: 10-17: 30: Debates and Closure.

WG 8 - Democratization of the Justice System, Gender and Feminisms

Coordinators: Larissa Fontes (PPGD / UFRJ) and Élida Lauris (University of Coimbra)

GT8-A: Larissa Fontes (Coord.)

14: 00-14: 10: GT Opening and Presentation.

14: 10-14: 20: Lívia Miranda Müller Drumond Casseres: The Incrimination Of Abortion In Check.

14: 20-14: 30: Sabrina Cristina dos Santos - “TROIA HORSE”: an analysis of pec 181 / 2015 as an element of the female freedom curtailment device.

14: 30-14: 40: Khattar Semirames - The Authoritarian And Misogynist Face Enrolled In Political And Legal Narratives About Abortive Practices In Brazil.

14: 40-14: 50: Paula Land Curi - Criminalization Of Abortion: Effect Of Patriarchalism.

14: 50-15: 00: Carolina Dzimidas Haber and Maria Gabrielle Albuquerque Presler - Profile of Women Sued for Abortion in Rio de Janeiro.

15: 00-15: 10: Priscilla Cotti Walls Days - Medicalization Of The Female Body: Debates About The Habitual Use Of Oral Contraceptives And Their Impacts On Women's Health.

15: 10-15: 20: Paola Durso Angelucci - The Myths of the Universality and Neutrality of Human Rights: A Necessary Reflection for the Democratization of the Justice System.

15: 20-15: 30: Beatriz Carvalho Nogueira - Judicial Discourse From a Gender Perspective as an Element of Democratization of the Justice System.

15: 30-15: 40: Myllena Felix Sampaio - Compensatory Foods in the Light of Total Parity: Jurisprudential Analysis and Feminist Reflections on Brazilian Family Law.

15: 40-15: 50: Nathalya Royer - The National Council of Justice and the Democratization of the Judiciary: A Space of Female and Black Absences.

15: 50-16: 00: Caroline Soares Castelliano Lucena de Castro - Access to Justice and Transformation of Women's Submission Status.

16: 00-16: 10: Tayná Corrêa de Sa - Gender Relations and Power Structures in the Rio de Janeiro Military Police.

16: 10-16: 20: Ana Paula Sciammarella - Reflections on Gender and Magistracy in the State of Rio de Janeiro.

16: 20-16: 30: Cecilia Alkimin - The Conquest of Spaces by Women: A Gender and Race Perspective for the Democratization of the Brazilian Justice System.

16: 30-16: 40: Nathalia Brito de Carvalho - Challenges of the Feminist Movement on Constitutional Meaning.

16: 40-16: 50: Deborah Maria Prates Barbosa - Violence Against Women With Disabilities.

16: 50-17: 30: Debates and Closure.

GT8-B: Élida Lauris

14: 00-14: 10: GT Opening and Presentation.

14: 10-14: 20: Luciana Moreira de Araujo - Gender Violence and Resistance Strategies by a Group of Women from a Favela in Baixada Fluminense.

14: 20-14: 30: Denise Gold Dora - “THEMIS” - gender, justice and human rights 25 years of feminism with race and class.

14: 30-14: 40: Thais Lopes Santana Isaiah - Women in Fight: Feminisms and Law in Izidora's Occupations.

14: 40-14: 50: Juliana Fontana Moyses - The Criterion “Gender-Based Violence” for Enforcement of the Maria da Penha Law in the CJSP: A First Analysis.

14: 50-15: 00: Brunna Rabelo Santiago - Woman Is Being Human: Maria Da Penha Nucleus For The Democratization Of Women's Rights.

15: 00-15: 10: Gabriel Souza Riva Gargiulo - Does mediation in family law and the Center for the Defense of Women's Rights Victim of Violence by the Public Defender of the State of Rio de Janeiro - Does mediation reinforce gender violence?

15: 10-15: 20: Twig Santos Lopes - Maria da Penha Law on Stage: Victims' Speech on Institutional Violence and Limits on Access to Justice.

15: 20-15: 30: Ruby Cross Abs - Maria da Penha Law: Understanding Gender Violence in the Federal Supreme Court and the Superior Court of Justice.

15: 30-15: 40: Marcela Dias Barbosa - Perspectives in Dispute: Franchise Girls' Views on Sexual Violence and Rape.

15: 40-15: 50: Elizabeth Tavares Viana - From the Limits and Possibilities of the Maria da Penha Law to Confront Violence Against Black Women: Criminological and Intersectional Analysis of 100% Feminist Music.

15: 50-16: 00: Paula Veloso Grunpeter - Gender and Intersectionality: Reflections on Access to the Maria Da Penha Law.

16: 00-16: 10: Flavia Hardt Schreiner - Narratives on Domestic Violence: An Analysis of the Life Stories of Marital Violence Victims.

16: 10-16: 20: Fabiane Simioni - Gender Justice: Negotiating Legal Sensitivities and Recognition of Rights.

16: 20-16: 30: Ana Carolina Costa Lacerda - Violence in Peace Time Exceptions and Insecurity: The Role of Gender and Transitional Justice in the Democratization of the Justice System.

16: 30-16: 40: Mayara Nicolitt Abdala - Domestic Violence Against Women: A Look from the Nelson Rodrigues Theater.

16: 40-17: 30: Debates and Closure.