Good morning! It’s Monday and it’s our turn to share the latest text in the series on shelters for women in situations of violence. Check out what we have here today. Attorney Deyni Terry Abreu is a reference for feminist activism in Cuba. She has specialized in the right to housing, a key issue to be analyzed in the search for alternatives to temporary shelters for women affected by male violence in Cuba, and their descendants. In this interview, the jurist proposes a revision of the institutional framework of the housing sector in order to settle this social debt. Can we have shelters for abused women in Cuba? Sandra Abd’Allah-Álvarez Ramírez In collaboration with YoSíTeCreo in Cuba
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