María Elena Páucar Gutiérrez, Rodolfo Vela Vásquez, Jesús Manuel Gonzales Herrera, Violeta María De Piérola García, Nilton Isaías Cueva Quezada, Gerardo Francisco Ludeña González

DOI: 10.59427/rcli/2023/v23cs.3994-3997

It is important to contextualize the lack of adequate implementation of regulations in order to protect vulnerable sectors, especially female victims of domestic violence, their patriarchal culture, economic dependence, poverty, justice and equality, among others. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to examine the orientation of prevention and legal protection in the field of domestic violence in Peru. This review adopts the scoping review model (Codina, 2020) exploratory discursive from a qualitative approach. In Peruvian legislation, domestic violence is normed and regulated, and protection institutions are implemented, however, despite the guidelines and measures of legal protection, the processes are conditioned in many cases because women end up desisting from continuing with their complaints for personal, couple, family, economic reasons and because of the slowness in the administrative process. Domestic violence, although regulated by several laws and policies, continues to be one of the most important problems in Peru. Demanding greater attention from lawyers, legislators, politicians and those responsible for the institutions that ensure the protection of victims of domestic violence.

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