Evelyn Margarita Martínez Bocanegra

DOI: 10.59427/rcli/2024/v24cs.584-591

The objective of the research was to analyze the institutional and regulatory advances regarding the attention and punishment of the crime of violence against women and members of the family group. as well as to identify the challenges that this implies from a public health and human rights approach. It is well known that domestic violence is a phenomenon rooted in time and widespread in all geographical, economic, social and cultural areas. Although progress has been made in the institutional framework and in the concrete action of the State, it is still insufficient and deficient for external and internal reasons. On this occasion, we will focus on institutional reasons.The methodology was from a qualitative approach, applying the technique of documentary source analysis, the phenomenon and the conceptual and theoretical categories are described from interdisciplinary, hermeneutic and critical analysis methods. The institutional and political crisis that the Peruvian State has been experiencing for decades does not allow the creation of public policies with a public health and human rights approach, which not only weakens the credibility of the State itself, but also leaves the victims in a situation of greater vulnerability.

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