0:30am Registration and Coffee
11:00am Greetings and Overview
Ma. Cristina Caballero
, President and CEO, Convenor;
Director, Mayor's Office on Latino Affairs
Summary and Overview of Forum Agenda
, Vice President of Government and Community Affairs, Herbalife
11:30am Domestic Violence: An Inventory of Harms
, Dep.Dir. Office of Victim Services and Justice Grants, D.C. Govt.
Executive Director, D.C. Safe
Vida Senior Center
The Character of DV –
Bodily and Psychic, Social and Legal, Related Ills: Trafficking
: The Changing Moral Consensus-- Flight rather than Tolerance?
Education, Immigration and Demographic Adjustment, Striving for an Economic Equipoise. The Moral Consensus: the Position of Women in Domestic and Social life.
The Remedies: the Moral Sanction – Assault, Offensive Affection, Harassment, Abuse of Economic Advantage In Marriage (or even in Employment Situations). The Condition of Equity before the Law – a Work in Progress
12:30pm Midday Session
: Busboys and Poets Restaurant and Bookshop
Special Topics: Rebuilding Puerto Rico -- Women and the Types of Economic Discriminations.
Ivonne Díaz-Claisse, Ph.D.
President/CEO, HISPA. STEM studies: their use among women and minority students.
Latino Role Models their Challenge in Rescuing a Generation.
1:30pm LGBT Issues
— Health care, Housing, Discrimination. Special Transgender Challenges
Ruby Jade Corado
, Executive Director, Casa Ruby, Washington, D.C.
: Technical Learning for Economic Sustenance. Education in Domestic and Social Morality and Relationships. Less Dogmatic than Pragmatic, Aiming at What Works.
, Black Women's Roundtable
2:30pm Condition of Women Around the World
Women Step Forward, in many Climes and Nations, to save the Civic Order – The Amazing case of Rwanda. Immigration and Refugee flows: Six Sore Spots.
Luz Patrícia Mejía
MESECVI, Organization of American States on Convention of Belém do Pará
, Immigration Policy Analyst, Cato Institute
, Carecen, Director, Legal Services, Immigration
: A Policy to Define the Legal Position of Persons, Minor or Adult, Impressed into Offending Performances by Traffickers. The Legal Effects of the Trafficking Environment. The relationships: between ordinary Domestic Stresses and Hurts and a Susceptibility to Traffickers’ Blandishments. Homelessness, Street Kids
Questions on Trafficking: Focus on Virginia
Cristina Kiritz Arnold
, President, Prevent Human Trafficking
Andrea Rojas Solari
, Associate Director, Strategic Initiatives, Polaris