UNIVERSIDAD CENTRAL DEL ECUADOR FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS ADMINISTRATIVAS ESCUELA DE CONTABILIDAD Y AUDITORIA INTRODUCCION AL DERECHO CA2-04. INTEGRANTES: CALVOPIÑA MIGUEL CAMACHO DANIELA CARDENAS EVELYN CARRILLO CARMEN CHAVEZ EVELYN COYAGO ELIZABETH CRUZ VANESSA DUTÁN LOURDES. VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN.
"Violence against women is perhaps the most shameful human rights violation. Not limited to geography, culture or wealth. As long as we can not say that we have real progress towards equality, development and peace."Violence against women constitutes a violation of human rights and fundamental freedoms, and impairs or nullifies the recognition, enjoyment or exercise of such rights and freedoms.
PHYSICAL VIOLENCE.It is the violence committed directly into the body of the person, are the attacks that are made with hands, fists, nails, feet, knives or other objects within reach of the attacker. This type of violence can be easily seen by the traces left in the body, but can also be mild strokes that leave no apparent trace but repeated frequencies, also undermine the health of the victim.
Psychological violence directly damage the value, esteem and emotional stability of the person who suffers are the humiliations, insults, contempt, neglect, threats, omissions, silences, and other behaviors similar to those subjected daily to a woman and other vulnerable members of the family, and have a psychological impact, and certainly throughout the health of the person who suffers.
Sexual violence is the act that is against the will or without consent of the victim that he bends by using physical violence or intimidation.Sexual violence attacks, among others, the rights to sexual freedom and bodily integrity, and can happen on the street, in a workplace, in school or in the same family as part of domestic violence.
Violence is also related to the physical strength of men to impose their views, and of course, with the submission of women to others to make decisions about his life.
Sexual harassment is any behavior or unwanted sexual advances which interfere with your right to an education or to participate in school activities. In school, sexual harassment may be a result of sexual behavior or words offend you, check with stigma, degrade, be afraid or threatened by your sex.
• Touching, grabbing, and pinching any part of the body.• Being cornered.• Send notes or sexual photographs.• Writing sexual graffiti.• Make suggestions, gestures, looks, jokes or sexual comments (this may include sounds such as barking)• Make proposals or sexual rumors say.• Take away someone's clothes.• take off your clothes.• Being forced (o) to kiss, or do something sexual to someone.• Being raped (o) or an alert of rape.
You are not aloneAll women are entitled to a life without violence