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The activities of this free course will be extended until the July 16.

This June 4 begins at the University of La Serena the Training Course 2014 '' Intervention in Violence of Couple with a Gender Focus '', dictated by the Center for Women Liwen and framed in the agreement signed by the house of higher education and the National Service for Women.

It is a free course, with certification and whose workshops will take place in the Multipurpose Room of the ULS, located in the Campus Isabel Bongard (Amunátegui 851, La Serena). Your participants will have classes of 15: 00 to 18: 00 hrs., Always on Wednesdays, trying in each opportunity a different scope.

This is how the first workshop includes '' General Aspects '', in charge of the coordinator of the Liwen Center, Keyla Marín (social worker); continues the 11 of June "Psychosocial Aspects", with the psychologist of the same Center, Karina Meza; the 18 of June, Keyla Marín will refer to the '' Theoretical Models ''; and the June 25, the psychosocial duo of Gonzalo Marín and Jennifer Hiche will address the '' Men's Center Intervention Model ''.

The 2 of July, the theme will be '' First Reception '', with the social assistant of the Liwen Center, Leslie Jiménez; On the following Wednesday (9 in July), the Center's lawyer, Natalia Honores, will refer to the Law on Intrafamily Violence 20.066; finalizing the activities of the course on Wednesday 16 of July, with the day on '' Labor and Sexual Harassment '' and the certification ceremony.

The initiative is also supported by the Association of Officials of the U. de La Serena.


Recall that the Liwen Center serves older women of 18 victims of gender violence, especially in the context of a couple, offering them psychological, social and legal support. Her work with the ULS has been strengthened through the agreement signed by the University with SERNAM in the 2012 year, coordinated by the academician of the institution, Georgina García.

Workshops, talks and dialogues have been a part of the actions carried out in this alliance for the prevention of gender violence and work to support its victims, which has been developed through three axes incorporated in the agreement: design of actions that foster emotional relationships without violence and generation of professionals with training in matters of intrafamily violence; joint work to develop specific agreements considering the particularities of the regional reality; and permanent coordination of the technical teams defined by both institutions, to develop the agreed work agenda.