Violencia basada en género interseccional La violencia sexual y basada en género (VSBG) afecta a mujeres de todos los ámbitos de la vida, pero a algunas las afecta más. Cuando el género se junta con otras identidades como orientación sexual, raza, estatus migratorio, y discapacidad, la violencia se ve agravada por otros tipos de discriminación. En Uruguay, el 77% de … [Lee más...] about La violencia no discrimina, ¿o sí?
Ana María Saiz
Ana María Saiz
Ana María Sáiz is a Senior Sector Specialist in the Migration Unit of the Social Sector of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). She joined the IDB in 2005, initially working for the Department of Development Effectiveness and Strategic Planning. Since then, she has worked in various sectors of the IDB and in the Country Department Central America, Haiti, Mexico, Panama and the Dominican Republic. She was based in Haiti from January of 2013 to September 2018, leading the Housing and Urban Development Division’s portfolio, and joined the Migration Unit in April 2021 in Headquarters, where she oversees migration-related work in the Caribbean and Southern Cone countries, and is the focal point for Gender and Diversity related projects. Ana María holds a B.A. in economics from the Universidad de los Andes from Colombia, a Master’s degree in Criminal Justice from Boston University and is currently pursuing a Master’s in Urban and Regional Planning at Georgetown University. Prior to joining the IDB, she served as the Chief of the Planning Office at the Superintendencia de Valores (Superintendent of Securities in Colombia); and Research Assistant for Econometría, S.A a consulting firm in Bogotá.