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Publicación de Naciones Unidas presenta un paquete de servicios esenciales para mujeres y niñas que sufren violencia

Paquete es dividido en cinco módulos y contiene una guía de implementación

  • 29 May 2019
  • Posted by: Anna Uchoa
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Publicación de Naciones Unidas presenta un paquete de servicios esenciales para mujeres y niñas que sufren violencia

Paquete de servicios essenciales para mujeres y niñas que sufren violencia

El Programa Mundial de las Naciones Unidas sobre Servicios Esenciales para las Mujeres y las Niñas sometidas a Violencia es una iniciativa de colaboración entre ONU Mujeres, el FNUAP, la OMS, el PNUD y la ONUDD, que tiene por objetivo proporcionar un mayor acceso a un conjunto coordinado de servicios esenciales y multisectoriales de calidad para todas las mujeres y niñas que han experimentado violencia de género.

El Programa identifica los servicios esenciales que deben prestar los sectores de la salud, los servicios sociales y judiciales, así como las directrices para la coordinación de los Servicios Esenciales y la gobernanza de los procesos y mecanismos de coordinación. Con el objetivo de garantizar una prestación de servicios de alta calidad a las mujeres y niñas sometidas a violencia, especialmente en los países de ingresos medios y bajos, se han identificado una serie de directrices específicas para los elementos centrales de cada servicio esencial. En conjunto, todos estos elementos conforman el “Paquete de Servicios Esenciales”.

El paquete de servicios esenciales consta de cinco módulos, con un sexto módulo, una “guía de implementación” complementaria destinada a ayudar en su implementación.

Fuente: UN-Women

 

Package of essentials for addressing violence against women

  • 3 December 2018
  • Posted by: Jane Piazer
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Package of essentials for addressing violence against women

UN Women guide to policymakers, activists and programmers to address violence against women in different scenarios.

IDB: Women’s Health Survey 2016 Jamaica, Published in 2018

IDB: Women’s Health Survey 2016 Jamaica, Published in 2018

The Women’s Health Survey (WHS) 2016 Jamaica, published two months ago, is the first annual Women’s Health Survey report for Jamaica and it is part of a larger collection of Inter-American Development Bank research on intimate partner violence (IPV) in the Caribbean. The study used a combination of qualitative and quantitative research methods and demonstrated that IPV and violence against women and girls (VAWG) is prevalent in Jamaica.

UN Trust Fund to End Violence Against Women: Generating Sustainability

UN Trust Fund to End Violence Against Women: Generating Sustainability

The 2017 Annual Report of the UN Trust Fund to End Violence against Women, published in 2018, highlights some of the activists and movements that worked towards the rights of women and girls. It also serves as a testimony of the achievement of some of their grantees. The UN Trust Fund managed 120 projects in 80 countries addressing and preventing violence against women and children and benefitting over 340,000 women and girls directly. Over 45,000 women and girls who beneficiated were survivors of violence. An estimated 35 percent of women in the world have experienced physical and/or sexual violence.

A Agenda Sobre Mulheres, Paz e Segurança no Contexto Latino-Americano

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A Agenda Sobre Mulheres, Paz e Segurança no Contexto Latino-Americano

According to this publication, Latin American governments are lagging behind the rest of the world with the United Nations’ Security Council’s Agenda on Women, Peace and Security. The region has the highest homicide and feminicide rates in the world. Economic and gender inequality; organized crime; land disputes; and systemic violence are some of the factors that adds to the victimization in the region. The authors argue that national and regional laws will be insufficient in solving this issue; call for gender issues to be included in security agendas; and propose additional methods to fill the gap.

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