On the 8th of March, the International Day of Women, what happened to the girls? Do you have any missions that the children have?
ONU Women and the Olympic Committee llevan adelante el program Una victoria lleva a la otra con el el lens de empoderar niñas y jóvenes a través del deporte.
Create physical and emotionally safe sessions for the practice of sports with the strength to lead the leadership, the highway, health, the economic economy and the prevention of gender violence. This is the proposal of the UNU Women’s Initiative and the International Olympic Committee, which impulses the empowerment of the most popular barricades of the Buenos Aires Autonomous Region.
“With the deporte I will take care of him ”. “I know what it’s like to work in a team.” “Aprendí a levantarme”. “I want to express my feelings.” “Learn to listen to me.” The voices of the chicas are created and multiplied, but equal to their opportunities and access to rights.
All of them live in the most popular cities of the Autonomous Region of Buenos Aires and participate in the program Una Victoria Lleva a la Otra (UVLO), an initiative of the UNU Women and the International Olympic Committee, which is located in Brazil as a social leg of the Olympic Games Río 2016 y en el caso de Argentina, de los Juegos Olimpicos de la Juventud (Buenos Aires, 2018).
The 60% of adolescents from 13 to 17 years of age do not realize any physical activity or extracurricular sports. Of these percentages, the women realized a 20% reduction in sports (Observatorio Social del Deporte, 2021).
The statistics in Argentina
In the transition to adolescence, they receive incentives that can be compared to rolling sports skills, as well as with the autonomy of their body and infrequent responsibility for sexual and reproductive health. In response to these developments, UVLO has a high degree of self-confidence and benefits about health, rights, economic efficiency and financial planning of people who do not have access to this type of information.
“Our objective is to empathize with children and adolescents in their socio-emotional abilities, abilities of autonomy and coherence of their rights, utilization of sports with a perspective of gender as a tool for social transformation. In this way, we will build a future of the best for them and generate a positive impact on their families and communities “, señala Lisa Solmirano, coordinator of Una Victoria Lleva a la Otra in Argentina.
The design creates a medica that the girls love to have, and when they are born between 10 and 14 years old, they have 50% more time than the children (UNICEF, 2016).
Alarming data at world level
Place one example of the phase of implementation, currently UVLO concentrates on the results and diffuse the methodology and sensitivity of the companies, the private sector and the public about the potential of this type of board for alcanning the objectives of gender equality, and grass work tools.
Durante 2021, the initiative is launched in practice in the City of Buenos Aires near the Women’s Wine and in conjunction with the Foundation for the Studio and Investment of Women (FEIM), SES Foundation – Sustainability, Education and Solidarity, Ministry of Solidarity Humano and Habitat del Gobierno de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires, in addition to the distinctions of community organizations. The realization of sports and sports practices to contribute to the formation of integral formations of young people in the field of themes: leadership and highways; health and sexual and reproductive rights; rights and elimination of violence against women and children; professional and financial objectives and planning.
“The mayor of the program program will be able to register that there is another person who lives in the fields of my family and that we are more than ever”.affirms Eugenia, trainer of the program.
“El deporte es una herramienta para la vida, las pibas se empoderan en la cancha, son protagonistas de su propio juego”, aggregate Noelia, trainer of the program.
Defining stereotypes and roles of gender assigned
El deporte, además de promover la salud física i mental, es una poderosa herramienta para derribar los stereotipos y genera de género que generan discriminación, violencias y desigualdades.
“The initiative is fundamentally important in young adolescents because it is a stage of life where you can practice sports due to access deficiencies, lack of security measures, accusations, violences and night stereotypes that affect your participation and inclusion,” he said.
The numbers of Una Victoria Lleva a la Otra in Argentina
- 1,236 adolescent participants
- 128 trainers and facilitators
- 46 community sports organizations implementing activities
Dates: Barriers and designations of children and adolescents in sports
In the world
- Dedicated children have 40% more time than the children of children. Most of the people who have time to play, learn and practice sports (UNICEF, 2016).
- The design creates a medica that the girls love to have, and when they are born between 10 and 14 years old, they have 50% more time than the children (UNICEF, 2016).
- The 60% of adolescents from 13 to 17 years of age do not realize any physical activity or extracurricular sports. Of these percentages, the women realized a 20% reduction in sports (Observatorio Social del Deporte, 2021).
- Of the adolescents who do not realize any extracurricular physical activity, 74.2% retain the socioeconomic level more than 71.7% live in the villas of settlements (Observatorio Social del Deporte, 2021).
Además, of account with a relevant implementation of the Specialized Fiscal Unit in Violence against women (UFEM, 2019):
– About 90% of sexual violence victims are women.
– Casi el 40% de las victimas son menores de 18 años.
Acerca of the program
Una Victoria Lleva a la Otra is an initiative of the UNU Mujeres and the International Olympic Committee, which will last 2021 years in more than 1,200 children and adolescents from the barrios popular in the Buenos Aires Autonomous Region (Argentina) and its facilities, capacities of autonomy and concentration of the rights to the access to sports in safe spaces.
The distinction between community organizations and the program to develop thematic and practical sports practices in the participations with the objective of ending with the specifics and gender stereotypes and impulse a full-fledged development in adolescence and a life of discrimination.
Photo: Verónica Simón for AAD