The Pandemic's Effects on Women's March 15 Parallel eventjlivese
Mexican Federation of Women Graduates
Education and training of women, Violence against women, Women and health
SDG3 – Good Health and Well-Being, SDG5 – Gender Equality, SDG16 – Peace and Justice Strong Institutions
Bullying (2016), Harassment (2016)
See above our resolutions
Greatly increased violence against women and childeren in the last 10 years. We were shown in a presentation many harrowing statistics.
The speakers believed that if women worked full time ( paid work) and children go to school not just between 8 am -12 am which is often the case in Mexico.
Awareness, not only in South-America but also in Africa and no doubt also in other parts of the world as parents & children have been forced to stay and work at home and following lessons online.

Support the Mexicai NFA & like minded associations, moving forward, update our own resolutions if necessarry. Push for beter education, which also teaches childeren, boys & girls, that violence at home is and should not be the norm. Violence against women & children is not macho, far from it!!!!!!!!!


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