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Políticas Públicas de Atendimento a Mulheres Vítimas de Violência: a Lei Maria da Penha e Sua APLICAÇÃO no Contexto da PRÁTICA

Authors: Aline Nandi, Rosane Maria Kaspary, Raquel Caetano, Dorneles Sita Fagundes

The analysis of the Public Policy for coping with women victims of violence and the applicability of Law 1,340/2006 "Maria da Penha" whose objective of this study, seeks to identify and understand the elaboration of this Public Policy, the demands of action and other public policies from the consolidation of the Maria da Penha Law and its impact on municipalities of Taquara and Rolante/RS. For a more critical approach and with a specific focus on the theme, it was identified and mapped the applicability ways of the Maria da Penha Law in the municipalities selected for this research, its application by the bodies responsible for the assistance to the women in violence situation. For this, we raised the number of domestic violence against women recorded at the civil police station in the two towns, since the elaboration of Maria da Pena Law until the first semester of 2014. It confirmed the importance of this study as the ground for future researches which, focusing different areas of knowledge may deepen the thematic addressed here.

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