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Vanda Guiomar Pignato

Architect of Ciudad Mujer

The FMLN

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Employment History

Architect of Ciudad Mujer

Center for Democracy


Director of the Center for Brazilian Studies

Brazilian Embassy


Lawyer

Brazil


Cultural Attaché and the Representative

Workers Party


Cooperation and Academic Solidarity for World Service


Affiliations

Social Inclusion

Secretary


Web References(31 Total References)


El Salvador Update: March 2014 / Informe mensual El Salvador, marzo 2014 -

democracyinamericas.org [cached]

Pignato is the architect of "Ciudad Mujer" multiservice centers for women and has worked tirelessly for the defense of women.
She also campaigned actively for the FMLN in the final weeks before February 2nd. Vanda Pignato accepted the ban on campaigning, but continued to be outspoken and visible in the final weeks at events targeting human trafficking and in support of the rights of women. President Funes and FMLN presidential candidate Sánchez Cerén attended a large rally on March 2nd organized by Pignato, ISDEMU (Salvadoran Women's Institute), and UN Mujer to sign a pact on the defense of women's civil and political rights. Vanda Pignato, current Secretary of Social Inclusion will be in the FMLN government, likely heading the new Ministry of Women's Affairs. According to Vanda Pignato, the President would like to continue his weekly radio and TV show "Conversing with the President," perhaps, she said, as "Conversing with the Ex-President.


democracyinamericas.org

Pignato is the architect of "Ciudad Mujer" multiservice centers for women and has worked tirelessly for the defense of women.
She also campaigned actively for the FMLN in the final weeks before February 2nd. Vanda Pignato accepted the ban on campaigning, but continued to be outspoken and visible in the final weeks at events targeting human trafficking and in support of the rights of women. President Funes and FMLN presidential candidate Sánchez Cerén attended a large rally on March 2nd organized by Pignato, ISDEMU (Salvadoran Women's Institute), and UN Mujer to sign a pact on the defense of women's civil and political rights. Vanda Pignato, current Secretary of Social Inclusion will be in the FMLN government, likely heading the new Ministry of Women's Affairs. According to Vanda Pignato, the President would like to continue his weekly radio and TV show "Conversing with the President," perhaps, she said, as "Conversing with the Ex-President.


Montage Initiative

montageinitiative.org [cached]

Vanda Pignato, who is also the Secretary for Social Inclusion.


www.cipamericas.org

The Catholic Church felt obligated to hold an emergency press conference after Vanda Pignato, Secretary of Social Inclusion and former first lady, made public in a radio interview that she had received an accusation that an important bishop in the Archdiocese of El Salvador had committed sexual abuse.
Secretary Pignato warned in the conference that if the Catholic Church did not make a statement about the case, she would reveal the identity of the priest named by the victim. "The victim sought out the Catholic Church, submitted her sworn statement and held on to the hope that something would be done. I understand that the bishop of San Salvador would go to the Vatican and return to take action on the issue," said the Secretary of Social Inclusion in a radio interview. Pignato said that the Catholic Church received the accusation at the end of October. However, nothing was done, and the accused bishop even traveled in a delegation to the Vatican to thank Pope Francis for the work he had done in the cause of canonizing the martyr Archbishop Oscar Romero.


How Violence Affects Women in El Salvador - Latin America Working Group

www.lawg.org [cached]

Vanda Pignato, El Salvador's Secretary of Social Inclusion, told La Prensa Gráfica that women stay silent because of "fear, shame, terror, and above all, because they do not trust the judicial system.


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