Indicators of violence. Instances of intervention in the institutional path: difficulties for adequate intervention. Institutional barriers: difficulties of detection, care, and referral within the health and legal realms. Intervention from an intersectional perspective: situation of female immigrants. Action protocols. Discrimination in intervention agents. Importance of protocols. The critical path: definition of institutional flows of application measures, points of instability, and ruptures in the fulfillment of objectives and set goals. Discrepancies between planned frameworks of action and the execution of intervention measures. Institutional failures and grievances at those international (experiences in international litigation).
Competencies and learning outcomes
- Understand and apply a gender perspective in professional practice or research on matters concerning gender equality and prevention of gender-based violence.
- Know how to use the appropriate tools to promote effective equality for women and men and the prevention of gender-based violence.
- Be capable of consulting on effective equality for women and men and the prevention of gender-based violence.