This Master’s degree aims to train professionals capable of identifying situations of violence against women and the causes of gender violence. Graduates are equipped to examine and implement preventive measures and ensure that better information, help and advice (legal, health, psychological, social) are provided in this field.
Therefore, the overall aims of the Master’s are to train professionals:
- Highly specialised in social intervention in violence against women.
- Ability to use advance methodological techniques and tools.
- Socially committed, with high ethical standards, and actively involved in continuing their training.
- Capable of providing coordinated responses to social needs.
- Whose actions are inspired by quality and innovation.
- With an interdisciplinary and holistic approach to intervention in gender-based violence that takes into account the numerous factors that have a bearing on social demands.
- Capable of identifying and evaluating violence against women, thus promoting the development of skills to deal with the effects of gender-based violence.
- Capable of applying behavioural guidelines that remove stereotypes and attitudes which foster discrimination and violence against women.