M. Celaya, M. Gálvez
This paper examines the existing regulatory framework for addressing violence against women in Mexico, both nationally and at the level of the four states that make up the geographic area where the research was conducted. We present some of the manifestations of violence: communal, in the workplace and feminicide. Emphasis is placed on how these are overlapped and harnessed by institutional violence, for which we take up the ideas of experts on the subject of violence. The results reveal how institutional practices re-victimize and violate their rights. In spite of the advances in legal matters, we do not yet have the sociocultural conditions to ensure that women can exercise their rights and lead a life free of violence.
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Published on 31/03/17
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