Dr. Lopez recalled the legacy of teacher Juliana, tireless human rights defender.
Promoting equality and fair treatment
The URACCAN educational community New Guinea venue participated in an event commemorating the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. The activity was coordinated by the Centre for Multi-Ethnic Women's Studies and Information (CEIMM) and the Commission for the Eradication of Violence, Discrimination and Other Related Intolerance.
The activity that was consolidated as a territorial day against discrimination and gender-based violence, aimed to strengthen the action of institutional commissions against violence and discrimination in the territories, through the exchange of experiences and consensus.
In this sense, it was attended by Dr. Rafaela Montoya, coroner of the municipality, and Dr. Martha Reyes, judge of the municipality of Muelle de los Bueyes, and who have worked the gender theme hand in hand with this house of studies.
Dr Montoya said that "violence is a bad public health that is greatly affecting and where the victims remain women and children." Montoya also presented the old and new forms of violence in the legal framework at the national and international levels.
For the PhD. Eugenio López Mairena, vice-chancellor of the compound, "this space, has been created and develops almost annually with the purpose of continuing to raise awareness of the issue of violence".
Lopez also recalled the "significant and imitating work that our friend Juliana did," while referring to the importance of this day with the educational community and the legacy that teacher Juliana left in the municipality as a tireless advocate for women's rights.