The Minister of Women, Gender Policies and Sexual Diversity of the Province of Buenos Aires, Estela Díaz, assured that the government is getting closer “to the objective of really building a society without gender violence”, after knowing a mobile unit that will tour the municipality of San Martín to provide advice and gender policies.
The Buenos Aires minister participated in the last hours together with her Nation counterpart, Elizabeth Gómez Alcorta; the mayor of San Martín, Fernando Moreira; and the Secretary for Women, Gender and Children, Marcela Ferri, from the inauguration of the Espacio Mujeres by José León Suárez, where the Espacio Mujeres Móvil program was also launched.
“We are getting closer to the goal of really building a society without gender violence,” Diaz said, adding: “This is for our women, for our diversity, our people deserve the best places, those who are going to be served and those who work to serve to people who suffer violence.
📍 We visited the municipality of @sanmartingob With @EliGAlcorta and the Secretary for Women, Gender and Children, Marcela Ferri, to participate in the inauguration of the José León Suárez women’s space and the Espacio Mujeres Móvil program. pic.twitter.com/LmRQsY6qZf
— Estela Diaz (@EstelaEDiaz) March 29, 2022
In the SUM of the new space, the itinerant photographic exhibition “Oficios sin Prejuicios” is exhibited. that promotes gender equality in the world of work through awareness and dissemination actions, a joint effort between the provincial ministries of Women, Gender Policies and Sexual Diversity; Labor and Production, Science and Technological Innovation.
“We want a society that does not segregate or divide us, but that includes us and gives us equal opportunities to all, to all and to all. And possibilities of work, inclusion, development, that the choice of what we want to do in life, is based on what we have as a vocation, as a taste, as a desire and not something that happens to us because we do not have other opportunities ” , he pointed.
In that framework, Gómez Alcorta considered that “this look that we call a comprehensive approach is to understand that, behind each woman, there are different needs and that the State has to strengthen its capacities to give the response that each one needs.”
“We have a historic opportunity because we share a common vision at the municipal, provincial and national levels. That is what empowers us and allows us to go much further, to more and more women and LGBTI+”, said the minister.