Jackeline Barriga Nava

Jackeline Barriga Nava es de nacionalidad boliviana, magister en psicología, académica, investigadora, escritora y poeta,  es miembro de distintas instituciones culturales,  académicas y representa a once instituciones nacionales e internacionales en su país referidos a medio ambiente, educación, cultura y paz, las instituciones más  importantes son: Representante en Bolivia por las Federación, clubes y Asociaciones UNESCO, Instituto de Evaluación y Desarrollo Educativo, Club UNESCO – Consejo Mexicano de Prestadores de Servicios Educativos (WFUCA UNESCO – INEDE – CLUB UNESCO COMPSE),  Embajadora Universal de la Cultura,  Misionera de la Paz, Miembro de Honor de la Cátedra por la Paz del Parlamento de los Estados para Seguridad y Paz correspondiente de las Naciones Unidas, Presidente en Bolivia por la Unión Mundial de Escritores por la Cultura, la Ecología y la Paz (UMECEP), Cónsul de la ciudad de La Paz por el Movimiento Poetas del Mundo, Vicepresidenta de la Sociedad Boliviana de Escritores (SODESBO), Académica de Número de la Academia de Genealogía y Heráldicas de Bolivia y Académica de Número de la Academia Boliviana de Educación Superior.

Asimismo, recibió galardones en Rumania, Argentina, Bolivia, Perú, Chile, Venezuela, España, Uruguay, Estados Unidos, Nicaragua, Paraguay, México, Colombia, como la Medalla Verde por la Fundación Especial de Medio Ambiente (FUNEMA) de Colombia, Finalista en premios internacionales de poesía en Rumania, Argentina, Perú, Estados Unidos, España y otros, Premio Rosa de Oro Internacional en Argentina, Distinción de honor por el Senado de la República de Argentina, Premio Estrella del Sur en Uruguay, Medalla por la Amistad de los Pueblos en Perú, Palmera de Oro por la Universidad del Oriente de Bolivia, Huésped de Honor en Beni, Potosí, Tarija, Expositora Internacional por la universidad Inca Garcilaso de Vega en Perú y otros.

Actualmente tiene 7 libros publicados en poesía, ensayos e investigación, entre sus últimos libros uno de ellos pertenece a un proyecto integral, innovador e internacional denominado “Poesía en Acción” lo prologa el Delegado Premio Nobel de la Paz de 1985, Prof. Ernesto Kahan y también realizó una investigación referido al método experimental reconocido por instancias internacionales y nacionales.

 

Alan Cherian Puthenpurayil

Mr. Alan Cherian Puthenpurayil (ACP) is a budding and emerging poet from India who has notched up a significant place in the poetic field. One of the hallmarks of this upcoming poet is that he does have the enormous dexterity to excel in his area of specialization. Today he stands undiminished as a poet of vitality, strength, humane mentality and well disposed towards the cherished principles of life such as love, truth, tolerance, and peace. He is an inspiration to students all over the world. He commenced his date with the Muse by writing poems of straight-forward nature, but rather recently he has attained a level of sophistication in his craft and on the verge of getting into the domain of writing scintillating poetry having inner evocation, meaning and profoundness. He is not only a poet but also an exceptional individual with literary aptitude; one of the hallmarks of this upcoming poet is that he does have the enormous dexterity to excel in his area of specialization.

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Mohamed Kouta

Mohamed Kouta, public figure and poet. He is a member and Chief represetative WNWU in Lebanon.

Executive Member and Deputy Director to Lebanon.an Executive Board Member and Assistant Director of Lebanon, IHRC the International Human Rights Commission Middle East, He is Member of the Union protection of wildlife and marine Protection, arab League of States CBC- crops ambassador & FBC divisive command FBC Egyptian blue crescent society delegate to the command (CBC-FBC) command of the blue Cross & blue Cresent crops Ambassador of Humanity

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Serpil Devrim

Serpil Devrim was born in 1960 in İstanbul. Her interest and love for poetry and literature began in her middle school years. She mostly speaks English and German. She has a daughter, her named Nazli. She worked in Istanbul in an export and import  company for 15 years then she moved to Canada and lived there for 12 years. After coming back to Turkey, she started publishing her works. Her poetry books are: At the Birth of Day, One Half Is Half Done and The Road Was Ending. She has also written a book of short stories: Purple Alphabet Women, Like Water is her novel. She has won the Muammer Hacıoğlu Literary Award for her book ‘One Half is Half Done’ in April 2018. In her poetry, she focuses on social issues, inspired by real life. She also writes love poems, socialist and lyric lines. Her poems, her novel and her stories are racial, against violence and war and she reads out her poems on different radio and television channels and shared her humanist views with listeners and viewers. Her work has been translated into Russian and Bulgarian. Her poems also got place in many world anthologies and magazine. She partook at many different international poetry festivals such as: Feminİstanbul, Bodrum Bineali and Kalimerhaba. She is involved with many charities and works with disabled and homeless children. At present she lives in Bodrum. She is a member of the PEN İnternational Writers Associatıon in Turkey.

Dr. Fco. Xavier Ramírez S

Dr. Fco. Xavier Ramírez S. member of the World Nations Writers' Union in Kazakhstan. He is a (Mexico, D.F. 1943) Mexican historian and biographer, is currently General Director of Editorial Sagitario, founded in 1996 in the port of Acapulco, Gro. Mexico exclusively for the promotion of new literary values, President of the Academic Society of Ibero-American Historians and President Emeritus of the Latin American Academy of Modern Literature.

He has promoted and financed more than two hundred Ibero-American writers. His personal literary production now reaches 35 works. He is the initiator of the Financing Program for Ibero-American Writers. It also coordinates the Ibero-American Encyclopedia of Historiographical Work, whose first two volumes appeared in August 2009 and in which the work of ten researchers belonging to the Academic Society of Historians stands out.

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