The agency, which collects data from all the courts in the province, surveyed and processed 3,063 cases of family and gender violence. In the Capital, 1,352 files were initiated and in the interior 1,711, distributed as follows: in the 2nd Circumscription with head in Goya in 443; in the 3rd Circumscription with head in Curuzú Cuatiá 428; in the 4th Circumscription with head in Paso de los Libres 459, and in the 5th Circumscription with head in Santo Tomé 381.
Of every 10 victims, 9 are women, 94% of the victims are women and 73% of the aggressors are ex-partners, cohabitants or spouses. In the remaining cases, filial violence reaches 8% and fraternal 5%.
The types of violence recorded were verbal, physical, sexual, economic, capacity restrictions, and environmental. The highest level of violence is verbal and is observed in the range of young people and adults (from 18 to 59 years old), with a value of 2,250 cases. This figure among children and adolescents (NNyA) reaches 179 cases and in older adults, 201.
The measures taken by the magistrates were 1725 prohibitions of approaching and exclusions from the home; 75 injunctions for abstention; 103 citations and interdisciplinary approaches; 122 dismissals and 373 hearings (psychological and socio-environmental reports). The information is released within the framework of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, which is commemorated on November 25.
Violence against women includes any act that may result in physical, sexual or psychological harm or suffering, as well as threats, coercion or arbitrary deprivation of liberty, both in public and private life.
The Judiciary of Corrientes has trained the members of the organization in the Micaela Law with workshops and talks. And it also relieves the resolutions and sentences that apply the gender perspective in the courts and tribunals of Corrientes. These decisions are reflected in a public access micro-site on the institutional website and aspects such as effective judicial protection are highlighted; sexual, reproductive and health rights; to work and social security; to non-discrimination; to life without violence; civil and patrimonial rights; to non-discrimination in the family; and women in vulnerable situations.