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This initiative sought to generate a contribution in the social inclusion of the person with a disability.

Equality to the right to fully live sexuality and reproductive life for people with or without disabilities was the central focus of the discussion “Talking about Sexual and Reproductive Health of People with Disabilities in the Human Rights Watch”, a meeting organized by the University of La Serena, with support from the National Disability Service.

inclusion2The activity was attended by the Regional Director of SENADIS, Jorge Juárez, the Integrated Sexual Education team of the Universidad Católica del Norte and the academic of the University of Chile, Carolina Pérez, who presented on the reality of the rights of life Sexuality of people with disabilities, seeking to break the existing myths on this subject.

The academic of the Department of Education and coordinator of the 1799 project, Dr. Georgina García, referred to the University's commitment to integration. “Working for the right of people with disabilities is not only theirs, but of a civil society that is empowered and believes that all people have the right to integral development, education, work, in sexuality and affections, and to have spaces where these discussions take place is important for the ULS, ”he said.

The activity took place in the Auditorium of the Regional Library "Gabriela Mistral" and was attended by members of different organizations focused on integration, as well as students from the house of studies.

Written by Tomás Rodríguez, DirCom