In 2013, La Casa Mandarina started a research project:
Breaking the silence:
gathering and disseminating the best practices around the world to heal, prevent and end sexual violence in Latin America.
There are a lot of positive and negative experiences around sexual violence projects that should be promoted as learning tools, and practices that should be adapted to different contexts. We need to share our research, our projects and our practices, and systematize them in order to design and disseminate robust regional –or even global- strategies to fight and end sexual violence together. Research and proactive community-level advocacy is certainly a way to effectively act against this silent epidemic.
Here are some of the best practices we have found in USA & Mexico. Feel free to email us your project!