"It is therefore crucial impact in rural areas, where there is greater pressure on women to hide abuse living, It is a closed environment, where, paradoxically, the close relations neighborhood far from helping pose more stress, shame and suffering ", Remedios says Serrano, president of Femaxi
The municipality of Bacares host this Saturday 19 January the opening day of the prevention project against sexist violence Quotes Silence, funded by the Andalusian Women's Institute of the Andalusian and organized by the Union of Associations of women Almanzora. The training seminar will be attended by renowned speakers in the field of promotion of equality and prevention of gender violence as Pastor Rafaela Martinez, feminist activist president- cofounder of the Andalusian Platform Support European Women's Lobby (PALM) expert in promoting equality policies, empowerment and prevention of violence against women. Inés Blasco, social worker coordinator of activities and projects of the Association of Women's Aldeilla of El Ejido or Alicia Amezcua, social educator, president of the association of women for social change Azahar and expert coaching.
For his part, the host organization, the Association of Progressive Women Bacares do a sightseeing tour through the town streets with emphasis on women of his people throughout history up to the present. Following the conclusions, there is provided a 'surprise' musical by voluntary Youth Information Center of Purchena.
The training day, It is part of a larger project designed to highlight the prevention of sexist violence in rural areas including training workshops with women's associations and a play with a gender perspective by Mar Galera. Try to influence, especially in women over 60 years of the rural world given its vulnerability to identifying the broad spectrum of types of violence.
"A greater degree of rurality and isolation greater penetration and acceptance of gender roles and mandates arising in situations of patriarchal violence. This situation of inequality is compounded if we refer to the strip of majority age from 50- 67 years where most do not have a paid job and is dedicated to family care. They are the ones who have dealt with the care of hij @ s, parents, in-law and mothers-and now the grandchildren, thus they continue to transmit the same values and stereotypes ", Serrano explained Remedios, president of the Federation of Women Almanzora, FEMAXI and coordinator of this training plan.
"It is therefore crucial impact in rural areas, where there is greater pressure on women to hide abuse living, It is a closed environment, where, paradoxically, the close relations neighborhood far from helping pose more stress, shame and suffering ", Serrano concluded.