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Universidad Europea Master's Degree in Gender Violence and Equality Policies Online
Universidad Europea

Master's Degree in Gender Violence and Equality Policies Online

11 Months

Spanish

Part time

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Sep 2024

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Distance Learning

Introduction

Specialize in the prevention and intervention in gender violence from a legal, political, psychological and educational approach and in the design and execution of equality policies as an essential tool in the fight against gender violence.

Our online Master's Degree in Gender Violence will specialize you, from the perspective of law, education, politics and psychology, in prevention, care and intervention in gender violence. At the end of the master's degree you will receive an Equality Agent Certificate.

Around 35% of women around the world have experienced violence at some point in their lives. This violence is more frequent in those regions where women are subjected to greater inequality compared to men.

Studying our Master's Degree in Gender Violence and Equality Policies will allow you to train in the prevention of gender violence and, in addition, in the design and execution of equality policies as an essential way to fight against said violence.

Why study our Master in Gender Violence?

  • interdisciplinary training
    You will study gender violence from sociology, law, politics, education and psychology.
  • Equality Agent Certificate
    You will acquire the necessary skills and competencies to carry out the professional tasks of an Equality Agent.
  • international focus
    You will be trained in national and international regulations and policies on gender violence and equality.
  • intervention measures
    You will design care and intervention proposals with victims and aggressors applying sociopsychological theories.

Specialize in care, prevention and intervention in gender violence

The online Master's Degree in Gender Violence prepares you to face gender violence from a legal, psychological, educational, political and police perspective.

  • Gender, violence and diversity: Study violence and gender discrimination in the social and labor spheres and in the media.
  • Educational and social prevention: Analyze the educational possibilities in terms of prevention and learn how to design awareness campaigns.
  • Police action protocols: Learn how criminal and civil judicial processes are in cases of gender violence.
  • Intervention with aggressors and victims: Learn to intervene with aggressors and victims from psychological and sociological perspectives.

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