Guadalajara Jalisco. – In the state of Jalisco, both the local executive and the federal level invest a total of 394 thousand 964.88 pesos in the creation and implementation of an emergent plan for the care, monitoring and follow-up of the indigenous women and girls and Afro-Mexicans living in situations of violence.
The main objective of the resources is to attend the declarations of gender violence against women in the states and municipalities for this year, which serves indigenous women, a social sector that lives in “brutal” crises, and that this On September 5 it celebrates its international day.
So far, at least published in the Official Gazette of the Federation on August 9, it is the measurable action that is considered “most recent” in protection actions, where only Jalisco and Veracruz are the entities that appear with this creation. emergent plan, only that, in the case of the state of the Gulf of Mexico, One million 119 thousand one hundred seventy-one pesos were approved there.
In the case of the project in Jalisco, it began on August 1 and should be finished before December 31 of this year, after finding in the analysis of gender violence, they detect model variations that affect care for women victims of violence.
On social media, politicians from Mexico, such as the next governor of Michoacán, Alfredo Ramirez Bedolla, or the outgoing municipal president of Tlaquepaque and the next federal deputy, María Elena Limón, recalled the date and endorsed her commitment to pay for the rights of the indigenous women.
However, this is maintained in the political messages in the face of a reality that is defined as “brutal” by the human rights lawyer. Veronica garzon, which, in an article published by Animal Político in August on the occasion of World Indigenous Peoples Day, where discrimination and differences are noted by adding gender.
According to Verónica Garzón, the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (Inegi) identifies that indigenous women have a lower educational level in a group of the 15 to 24 yearsCompared to men, they also have a higher level of illiteracy.
Ethnic women have less access to the labor market because while 65 percent of men are exercising some type of economic activity, women are only 23 percent, which means a difference of 42 points.
Where a contrary majority is shown is in informal unpaid jobs, there is the 64.7 percent of women who fulfill these activities such as the home, the field, this applies to indigenous girls from the age of 12, on the other hand, men have 35.4 percent.
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In the area of violence, the lawyer relied on data from the National Survey on the Dynamics of Domestic Relations (Endireh), which mentions that 43.9% of indigenous women have suffered violence by its partners and 14.4 percent in the school environment.