Imma Guixé

 “Nobody has called us, they think they (women) are only victims of this conflict, but they are wrong, we are peacemakers in our homes, communities, countries and the world” – Somali woman in Dolo Ado (Ethiopia ) (2008).

She is an expert in international cooperation, human rights and gender issues. Since 2008, she has been a director of Amnesty International Catalunya.

She has worked for various national and international NGOs in different countries, and she is also a consultant and evaluator for international organizations such as UN Women and UNDP.

Imma Guixé is a speaker and author of various articles on human rights education, advocacy, and gender issues.
Holds a degree in Law, University Pompeu Fabra (UPF), Master’s degree in Gender and Development from the University of Sussex (UK) and a Master’s degree in International Relations, specializing in Human Rights and Development, Columbia University (New York).