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The Ni Una Más movement. Teresina Muñoz-Nájar, Lorena Álvarez and Rocío Silva Santisteban in conversation with Mabel Cáceres

Arequipa 2019 , 

In a country where ten women a month are killed in episodes of gender violence, it is vital to look into the history and background of the victims, making these cases visible. The publisher and journalist Teresina Muñoz-Nájar is the author of the book Morir de amor: Un reportaje sobre el feminicidio en el Perú, which studies the stories of four women whose lives were ended by their partners. The journalist Lorena Álvarez presents her book Primero muerta: Asesinos de mujeres en el Perú, which includes six profiles of murderers and rapists in the country. Rocío Silva Santisteban is a writer, university lecturer, activist and journalist specializing in matters of gender, literature and human rights; she has published poetry books such as Asuntos circunstanciales and Turbulencias, and the book of short stories Reina del manicomio. They talk to Mabel Cáceres.

The Ni Una Más movement. Teresina Muñoz-Nájar, Lorena Álvarez and Rocío Silva Santisteban in conversation with Mabel Cáceres