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Marisela Chávez Arriaga

Marisela Chávez Arriaga, is a graduate of the Universidad del Valle de México, with more than seven years' experience in the attention to victims of sexual crimes. She has coordinated specialized programmes in human trafficking and childhood sexual abuse. She participated in the project "Eres valiente di lo que sientes" (You're Brave, Say What You Feel) for the prevention of childhood sexual abuse. At present, she is collaborating with Psychocartoon México in psychological attention for children that have suffered sexual abused and in the development of technological tools that help eradicate violence towards children.

Workshop

Mum, Dad...I want to tell you something...

Digital Learning Objects for the Prevention and Management of Childhood Sexual Abuse

Presenters: Martha Cecilia Rendón Muciño and Marisela Chávez Arriaga

Childhood sexual abuse is a serious social problem that severely affects those children that suffer it, and it is necessary to develop innovative and effective mechanisms that help prevent it. This workshop will present the project called "Mum, Dad...I want to tell you something...", which is an example of the technological advances at the service of emotional health, because it is a series of digital learning objects (DLO), that are directed to parents. In this project, two cartoon characters (children), after experiencing an event at school, decide to talk to adults about things not talked about in families, but which should be.