CEIMM-URACCAN conducts resilience workshops with women victims of violence
Participants requested, for safety, that their faces not be shown.
Neylin Calderon

Therapeutic processes of self-care

The Center for Multi-Ethnic Women's Studies and Information (CEIMM-URACCAN) conducted therapeutic workshops with women who were victims of domestic violence. This activity was carried out at the Slilma Innovation and Entrepreneurship Centre, with the aim of creating resilience spaces in formation of the rights of indigenous women in Bilwi, Puerto Cabezas.

According to the Licda. Angela Valle, technique of the CEIMM Bilwi enclosure, these workshops are held to achieve empowerment in women who have been survivors of various types of domestic violence.

The first meeting began this past Sunday, October 18 of the current, but from the CEIMM, in coordination with the psychologist Nancy Balderramos, these workshops of self-care and resilience with the same actors will continue, Valle said.

"Let us remember that violence is a process that cannot be ended in a session, the idea is to continue with the same group of women, so that they have tools that strengthen them in the face of this patriarchal system and the sexist system that we live every day and contribute in eradicating violence towards women," the CIS technique detailed.