Lady Cheryl Angulo Romero, Nilton Cesar Velazco Lévano, Cesar Augusto Chambergo Chanamé

DOI: 10.59427/rcli/2024/v24cs.566-575

The study focused on the formulation of governmental strategies in the province of Tarapoto to address violence against women from a legal perspective. To carry out this research, a qualitative approach with a phenomenological design was adopted, which allowed us to explore the experiences and perceptions of various actors involved in this context. The participants in this study comprised 10 justice operators, 6 judicial files related to cases of gender violence and 5 women who had been victims of this type of violence. Two interview guides and a documentary analysis guide were used as data collection instruments. The comparative and dogmatic method was used to analyze the information collected. The results show that the work of the Public Prosecutor’s Office was significantly limited in the prevention and prosecution of gender violence. In addition, inefficiency in the execution of convictions issued by the Judiciary was found. It was also found that women victims of violence experienced a sense of helplessness and lack of adequate support from the authorities. Ultimately, these strategies are essential to protect women’s right to integrity and prevent gender-based violence in the province of Tarapoto and can serve as a model for addressing this problem at the national level.

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