25N nas aulas

25N nas aulas

A igualdade de xénero é un tema que tratamos na aula de forma transversal en tódolos cursos, non obstante, hoxe, co motivo do Día Internacional contra a Violencia de Xénero, as alumnas e alumnos do proxecto BRO’Squixeron aportar o seu graniño de area á loita feminista con accións específicas sobre o tema da violencia contra as mulleres. Botando man de diferentes fontes, oficiais e fiables, o alumnado investigou sobre os conceptos relacionados coa violencia de xénero, identificou as últimas noticias no noso país sobre a lacra machista e plasmou as suas reflexións en forma de frase curtas arredor do mobiliario das nosas oficinas, sembrándonos que a loita contra a violencia de xénero é unha loita diaria.

O proxecto BRO’S, ou Escola de Segunda Oportunidade, é un proxecto que levamos a cabo co obxectivo de prever o abandono escolar prematuro de adolescentes que poida encaminados a situación de exclusión social. Por iso, junto coa formación para a adquisición das titulación académicas definidas, cada alumna e alumno conta cun acompañamento psicosocial personalizado e integrador que lles acude a conseguir as púas metas. Ese contexto, a igualdade de xénero é materia transversal básica en toda a formación.

No que vai de ano, un total de 37 mulleres foran asasinadas no noso país, conscientes de que esta escalofriante cifra é só a punta do iceberg visible estadísticamente dunha violencia estructural e silenciosa hacia  que sufren centos de mulleres ao noso arredor. Elas eran Flora de 82 anos, Conchi de 56 anos, Alicia de 51 anos, Mari Carmen de 46 anos, Mari Cruz de 48 anos, Jordina de 34 anos, Paula de 36 anos, Pilar de 50 anos, Mª Soledad de 60 anos, Warda de 28 anos, Betty de 52 anos, Lucía de 42 anos, Mª Teresa de 48 anos, Katia de 35 anos, Katherine de 59 anos, Alla de 48 anos, Nicoleta de 41 anos, Rocío de 17 anos, Alicia de 36 anos, Consuelo de 81 anos, África de 55 anos, Hasna de 34 anos, Johana de 41 anos, Mari Ángeles de 46 anos, Inmaculada de 43 anos, Luisa de 74 anos, Amal de 38 anos, Antonella de 30 anos, Pamela de 25 anos, Oksana de 36 anos, Carmen de 60 anos, María Pilar de 43 anos, Zuita de 38 anos, Mónica de 52 anos, Erika de 37 anos e María Isabel de 37 anos.

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