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nuestras actividades

Talleres de Capacitación en Género

La Línea de Género ha venido realizando una serie de talleres con los equipos de la Comisión de la Verdad y Reconciliación (CVR). Consideramos que la interrelación entre equipos es de vital importancia para lograr la transversalidad de la perspectiva de género en nuestro trabajo.
En los últimos meses hemos desarrollado los siguientes talleres:

  • Taller con voluntarios de la Comisión de la Verdad y Reconciliación
  • Exposición de la Línea de Género en el Taller de la Línea sobre la Persona Desaparecida (Luchando por la Memoria. Julissa Mantilla)
  • Taller de género con analistas-codificadores del área de Apoyo Metodológico
  • Charla sobre “Perspectiva de Género en la Comisión de la Verdad y Reconciliación” en la Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú

Con la finalidad de que los materiales elaborados por la Línea de Género puedan ser utilizados por aquellas personas comprometidas en la lucha por los derechos humanos, queremos compartir con ustedes la guía de capacitación “La perspectiva de Género en la Comisión de la Verdad y Reconciliación” utilizada en nuestros talleres. Esperamos les sea de utilidad.

Public Forum: Breaking Silence.
International Day of Women

This event took place on Friday March 8th at the Catholic University Cultural Center Auditorium and was the occasion to reflect on the role of women during the political violence period being investigated by CVR, as well as to convoke the different civil society organizations and representatives to collaborate with this work.

Some of the lecturers were Commissioner Sofía Macher, who informed about the work performed by CVR to introduce the gender issue in its investigations, as a starting point to establish the importance of the role of Peruvian women in the violence process in the country. Another lecturer, Narda Henríquez, professor of the PUCP Gender Studies Diploma, presented her research on the role of women during the 80’s and 90’s during the political violence period.

On the other hand, Diana Ávila, Executive Director of Project Counseling, presented the work her organization carries out with displaced women coming from Andean communities. Also, Pilar Coll, lectured on her work in prisons and spoke about the testimonies of women condemned in the political violence context.

Finally, Angélica Mendoza, President of the National Association of Relatives of Murdered, Kidnapped and Missing Citizens (ANFASEP) gave her testimony on her own role in fighting for human rights during the hardest years of political violence.

The event was massively attended, which shows the interest of organizations and the public at large for this issue and for CVR’s work.