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PANDORA

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PANDORA
Young Women,
Community Development
through EU and LA Cooperation
3 countries reviewed
Peru
Mexico
Ecuador
5 aspects in the survey
Education
Socio-Cultural
Political and economical
Machismo
Violence
PERU
Sample
Age
: Average of 24
Housing
: family
Gender
: 40% male, 60% female
Employment
:
51% students
30% workers
11% of others
8% of students-workers
EDUCATION
Access to education
Same opportunities for males & females
Financial obstacle
Knowledge of sexuality
Sexuality not perceived as a taboo
Access to sexuality information
internet
at school
BUT, need to have more explanations
Communication ways on sexuality
With friends: easiest way
Family circles: still a taboo
At school: technical aspect > diseases, contraceptives
Sensibilisation
on abuse theme
Always a woman
It refers to sexual aggression
Power/weakness, lack of consent,
lack of respect, forcing
Early pregnancy
Frequent cause: lack of information/orientation
Rural and disadvantage areas
Education of own children
Inequality between children:
selection of the most able child
SOCIO
CULTURAL
ASPECTS
Inequality/origins
Racism

Social inequality

Discrimination
Activities M/F
community and home
Machismo is present inside the family

Woman have a double working day

Men are breadwinners
Roles family
(of the members and yours)
Mothers responsible for the house

Fathers does the hard labour
Religion
Influencing life:
sharing
dancing
having partners
eating, drinking
style, clothes
Limiting women
Abortion
100% disagree: synonymous of killing

"Tolerance" in case of rape or danger for the mother
POLITICAL
AND
ECONOMICAL
ASPECTS
Exterior image and personality/media
Media are focus on gossip, judging people, denigration of female image

Women as a subject to sell

Scandal, materialism, rubbish, conformism, consumerism, self-centred values, physical appearance
Strong stereotypes: men are stronger than women (weak)
Job
Job requiring physical strength for men

High level positions reserved to men
Properties
Men are more likely to inherit and gain
properties than women

Reason: more capable to manage their properties
Family economy in the future
Priority is given to substantial needs
food first
education then
Woman president
Agree: would be a good opportunity

Doubts: will it happen?
Violence/referring institutions
Police corrupted

People prefer to go to dedicated centre:
" Demuna"

2nd choice: church
MACHISMO
Feeling expressions
Through actions and words
Kisses, affection, good manners, respect, helping at home
Abused women
Abused women perceived as weak and fragile
that need for help from family or psychiatrists
Women without children
No wish to have kids is perceived as a choice
Generations
Strong differences between generations
grandparents were stricter and sexist
today, traditions and strictness is disappearing
VIOLENCE
Tolerance level
Try and talk
Split if the situation gets worse
Equal rights
Thinking that men and women
have equal rights
Sample
MEXICO
Age
: Average of 21
Housing
: family
Gender
: 39% male, 61% female
Employment
:
84% students
2% workers
9% of others
5% of students-workers
EDUCATION
Access to education
Same rights for men and women
Economical obstacle
Knowledge of sexuality
As a prevention against transmittable diseases and unwanted pregnancy

Knowledge of contraceptives

Communication ways on sexuality
Family circles
Friends
Otherwise, no way
Sensibilisation on abuse theme
Interpreted as sexual abuse
"To violate the rights of a person"
Can apply for girls and wives
Early pregnancy
Described as a problem, caused by the mother's ignorance

Lack of information:
how to be pregnant,
contraceptives methods

Lack of responsibility
Education of own children
Priority given to boys or the eldest one
of the family
SOCIO
CULTURAL
ASPECTS
Inequality/origins
Strong discrimination based on skin color, language

Between indigenous and others:
wage and lifestyle
gender
physical appearance
maya language vs. spanish
Activities M/F
community and home
Idea of "only man can do physical work, while women cook"

Men are in charge of the house,
bring money
Roles family
(of members and yours)
Mother: sweeps, cooks, washes

Father: tinker, bathing children

Children: collect trash, dirty clothes, raise the animals

Cleaning house all together
Religion
Religion forbids you certain things:
to dance
wear what you want to wear

Some argue that religion does not influence their live;
it depends on your religion

Abortion
"They have to accept the consequences
of their actions"


"You are killing a child who is not responsible
for your mistakes"
POLITICAL
AND
ECONOMICAL
ASPECTS
Exterior image and personality/media
"Beautiful with an enviable body,
beautiful eyes, money, well-dressed"

These images create jealousy
Job
There are job which are harder for women to do
Properties
Differences between what men and women get

Although they wish there would be no difference, men and boys are more likely to inherit and own properties


"My mother gave to my brother more fields but I don't understand why"
Family economy in the future
They would try to distribute equally:
man works
the wife manages the money to but necessities
Woman president
She would have more "courage and humility" as she knows the reality

Wish that a woman could be president
Violence/referring institutions
DIF to the authorities; to denounce the person responsible

National Commission for Human Rights
"it protect women, they have knowledge"
"support of indigenous women"

Schools
MACHISMO
Feeling expressions
Helping each other, with kindness and respect, talking, doing work around the house
Abused women
" A woman deserves respect
and should be treated well"


"She suffers a lot and I would suggest her
to solve the problem"
Women without children
Because they are not sure to want children:
"it is an individual decision"

They should keep the baby, there are many women who want to be mothers but can not.
Generations
Next generation treated less severely

Differences in the beating and forms of punishment

Change noticed in the last generation
VIOLENCE
Tolerance level
Limit reached when the other person forces or forbids the other one
to do something
Equal rights M/F
Same rights
to vote
to work
to study
to express our opinion
Sample
ECUADOR
Age
: Average of 30
Housing
: family
Gender
: 66% male, 34% female
Employment
:
40% students
60% workers
EDUCATION
Access to education
Education is acknowledge as a universal right
ALTHOUGH
not everyone can afford it
Knowledge of sexuality
In one side:
Enough information at school or at home
Ability to discuss freely

In another side:
It depends of your family
Lessons taught at school remain incomplete and quite general
Inequality between youngsters who can learn from family members and those who only benefit from school lessons
"There is a need to create a more direct communication"
Communication ways
on sexuality
Generally diverse or at school
or with family

Either difficult or free and open conversation
Sensibilisation on abuse theme
Understood as a sexual abuse very often

Seen as someone forcing someone else to do something; a violation
Early pregnancy
Explained by a lack of knowledge, ignorance
or even "stupidity"

Parents are often held responsible
Education of own children
Wish to send them all at school, thanks to scholarship & grants


Sons are sometimes more likely to be sent to school to have a better job in order to held his family
SOCIO
CULTURAL
ASPECTS
Inequality/origins
Based on:
race
social and economic situations
origins
where you come from;
city or countryside
Activities M/F
community and home
Men work while women do housework

Ideally women have the same physical strengths and abilities
BUT in reality do not work as men
Roles family
(of members and yours)
Sharing work at home

Stereotypically
children will study
parents will work
women in the house
men outside
Religion
Religion have an impact on everyday lives:
it shows the "good way to behave"
it perpetuates patriarchal patterns
Abortion
Cruel, unfair, inhuman

Seen as murder in the most cases

Can only be justified by medical issues
POLITICAL
AND
ECONOMICAL
ASPECTS
Exterior image
and personality/media
Perfect image associated with sexuality
Beauty standards thin
Different than real life
Job
Men do work that often requires "physical strength"

Society is still machist
Properties
Preferences given to men:
sons inherit instead of women
Family economy
in the future
Priority to food and education
Woman president
Hope that a woman could be president

A woman has been president in Chile
Violence/referring institutions
The majority would go to:
Police
Comisaria de la Mujer
the prosecutor
UPC
A psychologist

Depending whether the violence is physical
or psychological
MACHISMO
Feeling expressions
By showing affection with respect
Abused women
Perceived as someone with a low
self-esteem

A victim who is partly responsible

She should not "shut up"
Women without children
A woman should be free to decide not to have children

It is her decision

she must have "her reasons"
Generations
" My parents were more respectful towards my grandparents"
Violence was considered as a correction tool
Now the concept of punishment is different

The next generation has more freedom
VIOLENCE
Tolerance level
They would talk about it and split
Equal rights M/F
Men and women have
the same rights
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