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March 08 - April 07, 2021
La Educación Sexual como medida de Prevención del Abuso Sexual:
La educación sexual es controversial culturalmente por prejuicios, mitos y valores morales basados en oppression de genero las familias y de las posturas sociales y religiosas. Por este motivo, es importante crear oportunudades que se centran en la educacion colectiva comunitaria. Esta educacion colectiva comunitaria debe ser enfocada en conocimeintos basicos como los son los conceptos relativos a la sexualidad y a la educación sexual, las relaciones saludables y la diversidad sexual y el rol de los asesores entre otras cosas.
- conocimeintos basicos :Definiciones, perfil de los agresores , conceptos relativos a la sexualidad y a la educación sexual.
- Construcción colectiva de medidas de prevencion: relaciones saludables, y la diversidad sexual (uso de lenguaje inclusive y conceptos de sexualidad).
- Consideraciones como Asesores
- Herramientas para compartir con la comuidad comunidades que hablan Español.
Renee Lopez: Bilingual Advocate/Latina Outreach Coordinator for Domestic Safety Resource Center in Lamar, Colorado for the past 5+ years. Renee has work providing direct client services to survivors of sexual and domestic violence through case management and advocacy; providing community outreach and education to the Latinx community; and collaborating with other community services providers through local sexual assault response team and other efforts. Renee has participated in many Culturally specific programs and efforts in Colorado which include Colorado Latina Leadership Network with CCASA; became facilitator for SEPA (HEALTH, EDUACATION, PREVENTION, AND SELF-CARE) within the Latina rural community, the human trafficking advocacy, graduated from FLTI which is Family Leadership Training Institute and most recently the Stewards of children from Darkness to Light for Latinx communities. Renee is a proud Latinx member and leader in her community, the mother of 3 boys and grandmother to 5 beautiful children.
Agueda Morgan: Agueda joined CCASA in July 2015. She has worked in the field to end sexual violence since 2006, when she began volunteering on the hotline at Moving to End Sexual Assault (MESA) in Boulder County. From 2007-2015, she worked in a paid staff position at MESA, providing direct client services to survivors of sexual violence through case management and advocacy; managing their 24-hour English and Spanish crisis line; coordinating, training, and supervising advocates; providing community outreach and education to the Latin@x/Hispanic community; and collaborating with other community services providers through the local sexual assault response team and other efforts. Agueda’s experience also includes working for the Women, Infant and Children program in Denver. She earned a BS in Health Care Management and Nutrition from Metropolitan State College of Denver, and an MPA with a concentration in Gender-Based Violence from the University of Colorado-Denver.