Michele Woods is the Director of the Copyright Law Division at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) in Geneva, Switzerland. Michele serves as Secretary of the WIPO Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights (SCCR), and was the Secretary for the Diplomatic Conferences that adopted the texts of the Beijing Treaty on Audiovisual Performances in June 2012 and the Marrakesh Treaty to Facilitate Access to Published Works for Persons Who Are Blind, Visually Impaired or Otherwise Print Disabled in 2013.
Bilbao (Vizcaya), 3 de febrero de 1981
Doctora en Ciencias Químicas por la Universidad de la Rioja
Secretaria de Organización del PSOE La Rioja
Alcaldesa – Presidenta Ayuntamiento de Haro (La Rioja) (junio 2015- actualidad)
Rosario Galarza has a bachelors degree in Communications and graduate studies in Cultural Foundations of Education at Syracuse University. In 2021, she joined IDA as Intersectionalities Officer for the Capacity Building Unit.
AccessAbility started as the first professional and the premier accessibility consultancy service in India with its motto “Access = Ability” that metamorphosed into a consultancy working toward inclusion and participation of persons with disabilities rather than only accessibility.
She was born in 1968, in Valencia, southeast of Spain. At the age of 7, she begins to manifest progressive vision loss due to Retinitis Pigmentosa, currently suffering from practically total blindness. She has conducted studies both in specific centers for the blind and in the inclusive system.
She currently resides in Madrid, where she has held different jobs, highlighting that of Director of the Madrid Educational Resource Center and the current one, the Directorate of the Bibliographic Service.
Dr Naomi Dale, PhD, a consultant clinical psychologist in the Developmental Vision Clinic, Great Ormond Street Hospital London UK and Associate Professor at University College London (UCL) Institute of Child Health. She is one of the authors of the Developmental Journal for babies and young children with visual impairment (DJVI).