The Marbella City Council, through the municipal delegation for Equality and Diversity, will resume the campaign against sexist aggressions during the San Pedro Alcántara Fair with the aim of raising awareness, informing and preventing about this type of crime. For this, several performances will be developed, which will begin this Friday, October 8, at the Trapiche de Guadaiza Cultural Center, with a workshop talk addressed to 4th year ESO students from the sampedreños institutes, in which the assistant doctor in medicine of the Emergency Unit of the Costa del Sol Hospital and author of the Andalusian Protocol of Health Action from the Emergency Area in the face of Gender Violence and the Protocol of Attention in cases of Sexual Assaults and Submission will take part. Chemist of the hospital center, Carmen Agüera, and the nursing supervisor and reference in gender violence of said health complex, Yolanda Jiménez.
Both will speak on chemical submission and sexual abuse with the aim that students learn to recognize them, focusing on prevention and awareness against the harassment of women.
There will also be a ‘purple point’ in Marqués del Duero street, where the technical staff of the delegation itself will distribute a guide aimed at citizens, which includes what to do if you are a victim of any type of sexist violence, resources of interest at the local, regional and national levels in relation to these crimes, recommendations on prevention and information with a view to intervening in these types of situations, including data on chemical submission, as well as direct deterrence messages to the aggressors themselves, and bracelets with awareness messages with slogans such as ‘Harassment is not flirting’, ‘It is not no’ or ‘Nothing justifies sexual assault’.