Delegate to the Board of Directors in Talavera, David Gomez ArroyoBy making the fight against gender-based violence the common responsibility of everyone and everyone, it has ensured that the administrations, institutions, professionals, political parties and society as a whole, whose only goal is to eliminate machismo, work “urgently and in unity”. and to eliminate violence against women just because it is so” and “we can all help for this purpose”.
Gómez Arroyo reminded that since 2003, 1,171 women, 2 of them in our province and 53 of them in Castilla-la Mancha, have been killed by their partners or ex-partners, and 48 of them have been killed. , 4 in our land and “this is the truth and hence Government of Emiliano García-Page He will continue to put forth all his efforts and determination to put an end to this very serious problem that has shaken the foundations of our democracy.”
Council delegate in Talavera, accompanied by the mayor of Cebolla, Silvia Diazand its director HEIs “Arenales del Tajo”, Ramón Navarro participated in the November 25 commemoration celebrated by the educational community of this institute. A manifesto was read, victims of gender-based violence were named, and a minute’s silence was held in the action, where the center’s students created a mural of a pixelated woman’s face and purple bow.
The regional government underlines the critical role of advancing education and achieving gender equality, thereby achieving a society free from gender-based violence. This was highlighted by David Gómez Arroyo, delegate to the Board of Directors in Talavera, emphasizing the “essential role played by the education community as those who educate our youth, as those who will build the society of the future”. Who should it be to become an egalitarian society free from all forms of sexist violence?
The Governing Body delegate in Talavera, accompanied by Cebolla mayor Silvia Díaz and IES ‘Arenales del Tajo’ director Ramón Navarro, participated in the 25 November International Day for the Elimination of Violence commemoration 50 teachers and 350 ESO, 102 Baccalaureate and 23 FP training cycles Against Women celebrated by the educational community of this institute.
The memorial consisted of the creation of a two-and-a-half-metre mural by the center’s students, in which a pixelated female face was created along with a purple bow. In addition, the statement was read, the names of the murdered women were mentioned and a minute’s silence was held.
During this action, the delegate of the Board in Talavera stated that “in the last two decades, as a society, we have accepted the struggle against all forms of sexist violence as our own struggle” and reminded that since 2003, 1,171 women have been killed by their own men. In Spain, the partner or ex-partner, 53 of them in Castilla-la Mancha, 2 of them in our province, and 4 of them in our lands, 48 girls and boys were also murdered.
Likewise, the delegate also noted that women and girls who are victims of sexist violence, as well as women who are victims of trafficking for the purpose of sexual exploitation, women who are sexually exploited or in the context of prostitution, girls who are victims of female genital mutilation, forced and forced marriage, and different forms of sexual violence.
“This is the truth, and that is why the Government of Emiliano García-Page will continue to exert all its efforts and determination to put an end to this very serious problem that is shaking the foundations of our democracy,” said Gómez Arroyo.
Through social dialogue and consensus, the junta delegate said, “our democracy has succeeded in developing laws and tools to defend and guarantee the rights and freedoms of all women. “Some of the laws and tools that are being improved every day to make them more effective and therefore Government of Castile-La Mancha We want to support and appreciate the invaluable work of professionals, experts, women’s associations, nonprofits and the feminist movement for civil rights and women’s liberation.”
Calling on society as a whole not to step back from what has been achieved and to continue moving forward, Gómez Arroyo said, “A truly democratic society is not possible without the freedom and equality of women.”
Gómez Arroyo insisted that combating sexist violence is a shared responsibility of all, and also of all: governments, institutions, professionals from different fields, political parties and society as a whole, whose sole aim is to work “urgently and in unity”. He claimed that for the simple truth of outlawing machismo and eliminating violence against women” and “we can all help in this goal”.
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