Motril launches training programme to help women victims of gender violence

Training that will allow those to help victims. Credit: File image.

The Equality Area of ​​the Motril Town Hall has launched a training programme aimed at professionals who intervene in the care of women victims of gender violence.
This action has been developed within the framework of the State Pact against Gender Violence, financed through credits transferred by the Ministry of Equality.
The training course ‘Prevención de la violencia contra la mujer’ or ‘Prevention of violence against women’, lasts 40 hours, in the online mode, has allowed seventy-five professionals to study the problems enconutered by women victims of gender violence and their intervention, expanding their knowledge in topics such as communication with the victim, prejudices and stereotypes of Gender Violence, and the behaviours of the aggressor, among others.
The high participation, as well as the different profiles of the professionals, belonging to the Security Forces and the legal and social fields, are a clear example of the great involvement of the multidisciplinary team that currently works, in a coordinated and integrative way, in the detection and attention to women victims of gender violence.
With this training, the Equality Area contributes, through the State Pact against Gender Violence, to improve the existing resources for prevention and protection of gender violence in the city.
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