From the mind of an expert: Feminist Economy and Law

Date: 7 of october of 2019

Time: 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Place: E-301

The Economics Law Department invites students and all interested in the topic to participate in the conference. Admission is free with advance registration.

The feminist economy emphasizes the incorporation of the gender variable (woman, man, others) to explain the workings of the economy and markets.

The overlap of this public agenda discourse has led to regulations for equality. In this scenario, “intersectionality,” gender quotas, salary gaps, and gender equality will be the dialogue cornerstones.


– Natalia Moreno Salamanca, Feminist Economics Professor at the Universidad Nacional School of Gender Studies. Economist and Master in Gender Studies. Member of the Board of Feminist Economy of Bogotá and the Gender and Economic Justice Group. Researcher on care economics and gender-focused fiscal policy issues. A promoter of the #MenstruaciónLibreDeImpuestos Campaign.

– María Andreína Oropeza, political activist of the Vente Venezuela party, and Y&D (Youth and Democracy) ambassador.

– María Alejandra Londoño, specialist in Business Intelligence and magna cum laude professional in Finance and Foreign Trade. She has a minor in Humanities and currently serves as director of the Colombian Libertarian Movement. Also, she was a speaker at the Liberty International World Conference, Mongolia 2019.

– Kelis Zulay Moreno Mosquera, Afro-Colombian attorney with a Master’s in Law from the University of California – Los Angeles – and a Specialization in International and Comparative Law, Racial Critic Studies, and Administrative Law. She has experience in ethnic issues; International and Administrative Law; Territorial and women’s rights. At UCL, she gave a speech on “Afro-descendant women,” and has advised women victims of domestic violence in Bogotá. Also, she mentors the American Society of International Law women’s group.