CEIMM-URACCAN holds awareness-raising meeting on violence and gender in Rosita
This activity is part of the Decolonization and Depatriaricalization project since education, funded by SAIH.
Maycol Lagos

Actions that lead to the prevention of violence

This is the second meeting held in the URACCAN Rosita extension, with the aim of raising public awareness, based on the implementation of strategic lines of action, from the results of the research entitled "Gender, violence and spirituality".

La PhD. Jacoba Dávila Molina, coordinator of the Center for Multi-Ethnic Women's Studies and Information (CEIMM) at the Las Minas campus, said indigenous bread fruit communities, local actors, teaching staff and URACCAN students participate in the activity.

It also reported that this work was carried out by URACCAN, through CEIMM, with the support of the project "Decolonization and depatriarcalization from education", funded by the Norwegian International Student and Academic Assistance Fund (SAIH).

The academic recalled that this work is carried out in the different indigenous territories, in the sector of Las Minas and some mestiza communities of the municipality of Mulukuku.

For her part, the Licda. Mirna Coleman, of the Commission against Violence, said it is important to share such meetings with territorial leaders and state institutions, in order to carry out strategies or actions that involve the prevention of violence in our society.