ERIC Number: EJ694758
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2005-May
Reference Count: 4
Learning and Transforming Reality: Women from Rosario's Neighborhoods Demand Access to Public Health Services Free of Discrimination
Intercultural Education, v16 n2 p129-135 May 2005
This article focuses on the activities of two women's groups in Argentina -- CLADEM and INSGENAR. CLADEM, which has a much broader presence in Latin America, aims to give a feminist perspective to the construction of real democracies with social justice, free of discrimination and with full exercise of human rights. INSGENAR is a local, non-governmental organization based in Rosario in the Province of Santa Fe, one of the provincial chapters of CLADEM-Argentina. We describe the human rights workshops that have been conducted with women in the past few years and their transformative impact.
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Health Services, Females, Public Health, Neighborhoods, Justice, Civil Rights, Nongovernmental Organizations
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