Alicia Poza, a member of the Commission on March 8, offered yesterday at a conference organized by Sewell UI which highlighted the role of women throughout history and said the crisis is an "opportunity" to reflect on the need to achieve equality.
Poza, who delivered the lecture "The values of the difference," he said as a woman "has been despised and dreaded deep man, and therefore controlled and subjected to over time."
Considered that this time of crisis is an opportunity to start changing things in order to create a world that is truly shared by women and men and able to overcome the clichés rooted in our customs and ways of being. "
He noted that "the essence in order to change things and that women actually have their proper places is based on the recognition of difference" and acknowledged that women "are afraid and fear because we have to beat him paralyzed."
"We must confront it from opening and we have to rebuild and we must do it from the enthusiasm and positivity," he argued Poza, reiterating that "a democratic government must be based on respect and love others."
Source: IU Alcantarilla