Jackeline Romio

Jackeline Romio holds a doctorate and a master's degree in demography from the Institute of Philosophy and Human Sciences of UNICAMP, a Bachelor's degree and a degree in letters from the Faculty of Philosophy, Letters and Human Sciences of USP. Develops interdisciplinary research on violence and the relationship between racial, gender, gender and social class oppression; Writer of scientific articles on the themes of femicide, feminist epistemology, female mortality, health, and social indicators of violence against women. Her PhD Dissertation aimed to investigate female mortality from femicides in Brazil, with data from the health sector from 1996 to 2014. Femicides are understood as female deaths related to gender oppression and defined in three categories: reproductive femicide, linked to deaths from abortion, domestic femicide, linked to lethal violence in the residence or family and / or conjugal relations, and sexual femicide, linked to lethal violence with evidence of sexual violence. She articulates feminist theory and empirical analysis of female mortality based on secondary sources of information.

All photos are courtesy of speakers or their affiliations unless otherwise indicated.