CEIMM-URACCAN holds latest awareness meeting on violence and gender in Rosita
These exchange spaces strengthen the autonomy of Caribbean peoples.
Maycol Lagos

Promoting gender equity

URACCAN, through the Center for Multi-Ethnic Women's Studies and Information (CEIMM), has developed a meeting on spirituality in the URACCAN Rosita extension. This process is done with the aim of sensitizing the population, based on the implementation of the strategic lines of action, from the results of the research entitled "Gender, violence and spirituality", as released by the PhD. Jacoba D√°vila Molina of CEIMM-Las Minas.

Teacher Ada Madrigal reflected on the university's work, through CEIMM. "We must continue to strengthen these processes, as well as the theme of the Covid-19 pandemic, we must also do work to prevent violence against women and children, which is a pandemic silenced for many people and which has severe effects on us that destroy society as a whole," said Madrigal, facilitator of the workshop.

David Martinez, a fourth-year college student in the Local Development career, and Smith Simons Penn, Wasakin's indigenous woman, also expressed a good feeling about the experiences experienced during the encounters on violence and gender.