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Public policies in Ecuador to mitigate violence against children and adolescents

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Alexandra Marisol Barcia Maridueña ,
Alexandra Marisol Barcia Maridueña

Universidad Estatal de Milagro – Ecuador

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Iván Andrés Muñoz Mata ,
Iván Andrés Muñoz Mata

Universidad Estatal de Milagro – Ecuador

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Marcia Lisbeth Verdugo Arcos ,
Marcia Lisbeth Verdugo Arcos

Universidad Estatal de Milagro – Ecuador

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Thalía Lilibeth Figueroa Suárez ,
Thalía Lilibeth Figueroa Suárez

Unidad Educativa Eloy Alfaro - Ecuador

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Abstract

The monograph focuses on examining public policies in Ecuador to mitigate violence against children and adolescents, this in the context that the rates of violence in the country have increased over the years and the ways in which they are produces are diverse, as well as the aggressors are no longer only found in the family environment but also in the school environment and in other areas where the minor has participation. In this sense, a review of the regulations in force in the country is carried out to assess their coverage and effectiveness based on international instruments on which they are based. The result of this review has made it possible to identify that despite the diversity of legal instruments, children's rights continue to be violated, which infers the need for actions to reinforce the guarantees of their compliance.

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Barcia Maridueña AM, Muñoz Mata IA, Verdugo Arcos ML, Figueroa Suárez TL. Public policies in Ecuador to mitigate violence against children and adolescents. Data and Metadata [Internet]. 2024 May 20 [cited 2024 Jun. 24];3:334. Available from: https://dm.saludcyt.ar/index.php/dm/article/view/334

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