H.E. Epsy Campbell Barr

Epsy Campbell Barr is the Vice President of the Republic of Costa Rica, a prominent Afro-Costa Rican leader. Campbell is researcher and human rights activist on issues related to women, indigenous and Afro-descent people, poverty, social development and environment. She graduated as an economist with a Master's Degree in International Cooperation for Development and a Master's Degree in Advanced Management Techniques and Political Decision. She was Coordinator of the Network of Afro-Latin American and Afro-Caribbean Women; Coordinator of the Women's Forum for Central American Integration; Founder of the Center for Afro-Costa Rican Women, National and International Consultant on issues related to employment, development of peoples and communities. She has participated as an international lecturer in different universities and seminars, organized by intergovernmental and multilateral organizations, as well as public institutions, electoral and political institutes in America and the Caribbean, and NGOs of the region.


05.00 - 05.20
Dubai Municipality Hall
01.35 - 01.50
Plenary Hall