Between January 2019 and August 2021, the federal government achieved the registration of “little more” than 550 thousand aggressors of women in the country, reported the head of the National Commission to Prevent and Eradicate Violence against Women (Conavim), Fabiola Alanís Sámano.
The official explained that in that period, only 28 entities in the country reported regularly, but incomplete, information on the care of women and girls, victims of some type of gender-based violence, to the National Bank of Data and Information on Cases of Violence against Women (Banavim).
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He stressed that with this statistical information there is a first approximation to the universe of alleged aggressors of women in the country, although he acknowledged that the number of victims of gender-based violence is larger than that reported by Banavim. the lack of complete integration of the information from the 32 states of the Republic and also by a still unknown percentage of women who do not go to the authorities to seek support.
Fabiola Alanís announced that in view of the need to make violence prevention mechanisms more efficient, the national policy of intervention for aggressors with a gender perspective will be strengthened, with the participation of the three levels of government.
He stressed that the strengthening of this policy must comply with: the consolidation of an Approved Model of Comprehensive Work with Generators of Violence, the creation of state and municipal centers for comprehensive re-education and the improvement of information mechanisms on assaults on women.
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