¡Ya No Mas! (I've Had Enough!) - Educational Version with Public Performance Rights
¡Ya No Mas! (I've Had Enough!) - Educational Version with Public Performance Rights by Filmakers Library at Baixar Filmes Completos. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Violence against women affects the lives of millions of women worldwide across all socioeconomic classes. It is the leading cause of death and injury
Violence against women affects the lives of millions of women worldwide across all socioeconomic classes. It is the leading cause of death and injury among women from fifteen to forty-five years of age, occurring in greater numbers than traffic accidents, cancer, or war, and Nicaragua has not escaped the effects of this pandemic. A pervasive culture of machismo and the general public's indifference to violence lead to the murders of more than fifty women at the hands of their husbands or partners each year, despite the fact that half of these women filed police reports before they were murdered.
In ¡Ya No Mas!, several women recount their attacks and the frustrating attempts to obtain justice from the Nicaraguan police, district attorneys, and judges. The victims are routinely ignored by the police and bureaucrats responsible for arresting their attackers. The media mocks these women's suffering, using songs to encourage male chauvinism. Psychologist Ruth Marina Matamoros describes a situation so bad that violence against women has been declared a public health problem. To alleviate this pandemic, several all-women police precincts have been developed, staffed by specially-trained policewomen who woe the lack of shelters for battered women.
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