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Graduate Diploma in “Justice, Gender, and Violence”

The CIM, through the MESECVI and in collaboration with the Supreme Courts of Justice of Mexico and Argentina; the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR); and the Latin American Council of Social Sciences (CLACSO), on September 8, 2014, launched the Graduate Diploma on “Justice, Gender, and Violence.”

Start date: September 8, 2014 – The application period for the first edition of the Diploma Course is now closed.

Designed for justice officials in Latin America, including law enforcement personnel, public defenders, forensic medicine personnel; human rights defenders, and other professionals interested in pursuing training on gender justice, the Graduate Diploma, will provide the basic knowledge and analytical and practical tools needed for effective protection of women’s human rights, based on the constitutional, regional, and international obligations that States have the responsibility to fulfill.

This is an excellent opportunity to identify and gain knowledge of the instruments, mechanisms, and argumentation strategies for guaranteeing women access to justice free from gender-based stereotypes and in conditions of equality.

 

Coordinators and teaching staff:

 

  • Luz Patricia Mejía Guerrero, Technical Secretary of the Follow-up Mechanism to the Belém do Pará Convention (MESECVI)
  • Mónica Maccise Duayhe, Head of the Gender Equality Unit, Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation, Mexico
  • Adriana Ortega Ortiz, Director, Gender Equality Unit, Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation, Mexico
  • Fernando Ramírez, Judge, Member, Oral Criminal Court No. 9 of the Federal Capital, Argentina
  • Flora Acselrad, Head, Women’s Office, Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation, Argentina
  • Gabriela Pastorino, Women’s Office, Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation, Argentina
  • Alba Carosio, Coordinator of Research, Rómulo Gallegos Cultural Center, and Instructor, Central University of Venezuela
  • Carmen Rosa Villa Quintana, Regional Representative for Central America. Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights of the United Nations
  • Magdalena Valdivieso, Diploma Course Coordinator and Education Advisor of the MESECVI