Costa del Sol: Female victims in Malaga

THE VICTIM Assistance Service of Andalucia (SAVA) of Malaga attended 439 people in the first half of this year, of which 313 were women. Of these, in 178 cases, they were for gender violence

These findings were presented by the Secretary General for Justice, María José Torres, on Tuesday at the opening of the Technical Conference: actions against gender violence, organized by the Territorial Delegation of Tourism, Regeneration, Justice and Local Administration, which brought together different experts to discuss and address various aspects of gender violence and attended by 275 people.

Torres highlighted that gender violence “Is an issue that must be addressed from a multidisciplinary and transversal perspective.”

He highlighted the importance of training courses, which are being given throughout Andalucia to professionals who work with victims.

 

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