Morelia, Michoacán.- Through a statement it is reported that the Government of Morelia in the framework of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women held an event in Plaza del Carmen that will have cultural activities with a gender perspective, lectures, cinema debate and a health day.
The Municipal Institute of Women for Substantive Equality Morelia (IMUJERIS) headed by Ma. Concepción Torres Zaragoza carried out this activity, which will be in the aforementioned public space until 20:00 hours on Monday, with which it seeks to initiate actions to solve or reduce inequalities gaps and lower rates of violence.
He anticipated that the program «Juntas por una Vida Libre de Violencia», promoted in Morelia will also carry out these same days in holdings and communities of the municipality and will be replicated during 16 days of activism.
Torres Zaragoza reiterated that this event has as its main objective to guide women on municipal programs aimed at living a life free of violence. He said that INMUJERIS in addition to psychological, legal and medical care offers the population together with the Training Center for Industrial Work (CECATI) courses to obtain work skills.
In addition, the «Meetings for a Life Free of Violence» and the «Morelia Te Quiero con Igualdad» campaign bring together efforts from areas such as Union, dependencies such as the Secretariat for Economic Development and the Municipal Institute of Women for Substantive Equality, in close coordination with universities and the business sector, as well as Cabildo, to promote various initiatives aimed at generating substantive equality, ideal, fair and risk-free conditions for women, that stimulate their growth in different areas.
This event was also attended by the directors Gustavo Omar Trujillo Corona, Gaspar Hernández Razo, Melissa Vázquez Pérez, Rosalva Vanegas Garduño, the director of the municipal Victim Care Center, Blanca Gómez Santoyo, the executive secretary of the Comprehensive Protection of Children of Morelia, Sara Demédisis Hidalgo and the director of Cecati no. 78, Nestor Guillén Rodriguez.