This November 25 is commemorated as the “International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women”. in Peru, From January to October 2022, the lives of over a hundred women ended. sexist violenceOn Saturday, November 26, Peruvians will take to the streets to draw attention to this problem.
in this note Republic We detail the itinerary of the show, its schedule and statistics on femicide in Peru.
March 25 in Lima: what is the route of the show?
Feminist organization Flora Tristán shared the route of the march titled “Macho Peru: They rape us, they kill us and they destroy us” held in our country at 25N on social networks.
The protest will take place on Saturday, November 26 at 16:00 in Washington Park. (5 blocks of Arequipa Av.) and Clorinda Matto de Turner Park (42 blocks of Arequipa Av.). All the public can participate.
25 March LIVE against sexist violence: latest news, meeting points and protest routes
Femicides in Peru: a constant problem
It cost the lives of more than a hundred people from January to October 2022. woman product sexist violenceAs reported by Statistics Portal Ministry of Women and Vulnerable Population.
149 people registered in 2018 woman’s murder and 304 trials. In 2019, it rose to 166 and 404, respectively. Despite a decrease in reports during the pandemic, cases they are increasing every year.
Currently, at least 13 women are killed each month.
Is Law No. 30364 sufficient?
Andrea Prado, communications coordinator for the feminist NGO Manuela Ramos, told La República that although registered femicides fell by 12 percent by October compared to the same period in 2021, this crime (art. It is the most extreme form of violence.
Commissioner Patricia Sarmiento Ombudsman Institution Women’s Rights Additional Member (DP) stated that they were faced with this decrease in numbers and said, “We cannot say that. Law 30364Law to prevent, punish and eliminate violence against women and family group members”.
- If you know or know someone who has been affected by or involved in domestic or sexual violence, you can call the number 100. Ministry of Women and Vulnerable Populationwith a team that specializes in “providing information, guidance and emotional support”.
- Line 100 is authorized to refer the most serious cases of domestic or sexual violence to the CEM or the Emergency Care Service. This service is open 24 hours a day, every day of the year (including holidays).
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