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3 Women in the Mental Health Field - 3 Mujeres en el Campo de la Salud Mantal PDF Imprimir E-mail
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Jueves, 15 de Marzo de 2012 14:32

Celebrating Three Women in the Mental Health field- Celebrando Tres Mujeres en el campo de Salud Mental?

Today we are celebrating Women in the Mental Health field. I have had the pleasure of working with the three women we are highlighting today. I continue to learn so much from each of them. It is an honor to call these amazing women, mentors and friends. They are and have been on the cutting edge of the wellbeing of our community. Thank you Jessica, Roxanna and Marta for inspiring balance in our lives!!!

Jessica was a visual of strength and commitment for me as a young advocate/social worker at Children's Hospital. Thank you Jessica for the grace and clarity you brought to that space and the ongoing support you bring to our work. Thank you!!! Here is a short bit about Jessica.

Jessica Henderson Daniel, PhD, ABPP, is Director of Training in Psychology in the Department of Psychiatry, Associate Director of the LEAH (Leadership education in Adolescent Health) in the Division of Adolescent Medicine, and Chair of both the Dr. Martin Luther King Observance Committee and the Black History Month Observance Committee at Children's Hospital Boston where she has been employed for 36 years. She is an Associate Professor in Psychology in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. She is also Adjunct Associate Professor in the Clinical Psychology Program at Boston University. Her career has focused on mentoring, instruction and training.

Última actualización el Martes, 20 de Marzo de 2012 15:45
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Statement - Women in the Nicaraguan Caribbean Coast - March 8 International Women´s Day PDF Imprimir E-mail
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Martes, 13 de Marzo de 2012 16:43



We women of the Caribbean Coast of Nicaragua, Miskitus, Creole, Garifuna, Ebony, Mayangnas, Crossbred, members of ethnic women's movement of the Caribbean coast, Caribbean Voices, with the joy that brings us together to celebrate our day, this March 8th


1. The Caribbean coast is almost half the country, with a great economic potential, but it is the region with the highest rate of extreme poverty in Nicaragua, maternal mortality and teenage pregnancy, and is among the regions with higher rates domestic violence in the country.

2. Caribbean women´s are pillars in the construction of socio-economic development in our families and communities.

3. Caribbean women´s are consolidating our organizations and movements for: 

-Visible the situation of women and promote the boost of public policies needed to full development and equal condition for Caribbean women.-

- Consolidate the leadership of women and youth in the Caribbean, promoting awareness of their rights.-

- Building concerted agendas from the perspective of women and influence decision makers on our political and economic agenda.-

- Promote reforms to the law of autonomy to create mechanisms to ensure women's participation in all political, social and economic development.

- To influence local and national governments to the sexual and reproductive rights of women are recognized in the set of laws, policies and plans...

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