Women 2030 assumed the commitment to attend the Faculty Councils of the 11 faculties of the UCV, this with the aim of raising awareness about the need to generate chairs that stimulate and strengthen the role of Venezuelan women from an early age
This Friday, May 27, the organization Women 2030 together with the Faculty of Legal and Political Sciences of the Central University of Venezuela, held a discussion in the Sessions Hall of said Faculty to discuss how to promote the demands of women in the social political agenda from the Venezuelan Academy from the country.
The event was attended by the founders of Mujeres 2030, Doctor Egleé González Lobato and Sasha Ackerman; authorities of the FCJP-UCV, headed by Dean Lourdes Wills and representatives of professors, students, political parties and civil society organizations and individuals; Among those who highlighted the recently elected Faculty Counselor, Barbara Burguillos, the former TSJ magistrate who was a member of the gender commission, Marisela Godoy, Yajaira Forero for Primero Justicia and Aixa Armas de Mujer y Ciudadanía; as well as the professors of that Faculty Miguel Alonso, Secretary of the Council of the Faculty of Legal and Political Sciences of the UCV and Rosa María Pérez, Coordinator of the Specialization in Law and International Policies of the UCV.
The discussion begins a unifying movement for the demands of women with a special focus on university women who will seek from the Academy, and taking advantage of the university spirit “generate training programs and skills for their empowerment and the development of their life project , to challenge the political situation and count on them to advance the progress of our country through the Sustainable Development goals for 2030”.
“We want the students in the classrooms to understand that they are capable. The future of Venezuela is in the university classrooms in the faces of our students, we are going for them!” González Lobato explained.
Mujeres 2030 assumed the commitment to attend the Faculty Councils of the 11 faculties of the UCV, this with the objective of raising awareness about the need to generate chairs that stimulate and strengthen the role of Venezuelan women from an early age. For its part, the Faculty of Political and Legal Sciences of the Central University of Venezuela, in the voice of its dean, Dr. Lourdes Wills, expressed its commitment to offer its support in the struggle for women’s demands, generating constant spaces for training for men and women who are part of the university community and Venezuelan society.
“The University, together with families, creates critical thinking and hence the importance of recognizing the power that the Academy has in promoting policies and actions that reduce the gender inequality gap in every area of our society. We have learned in Women 2030 that only if we achieve that Sustainable Development Goal will we achieve a prosperous country. We work so that our children, women and men of the future, can live in a country that is less unequal and therefore more prosperous and full of opportunities”, said Sasha Ackerman in the space.