Buffering the longBuffering the long--term impactterm impact
of the crisis on Spanish women:of the crisis on Spanish women...
BACKGROUND OF THE EMPLOYMENT
AND ECONOMIC CRISIS IN SPAIN
53,2952,2650,46Women
66,1968,0869,49Men
59,5660,0059,80General
2...
BACKGROUND OF THE EMPLOYMENT
AND ECONOMIC CRISIS IN SPAIN
27,0220,4813,04Women
25,7919,7310,06Men
26,3620,0611,34General
2...
BACKGROUND OF THE EMPLOYMENT
AND ECONOMIC CRISIS IN SPAIN
201320102008
1.832.3001.328.000827.200
Households with all membe...
BACKGROUND OF THE EMPLOYMENT
AND ECONOMIC CRISIS IN SPAIN
Eviction rate by year: 5,82 x 1000 Housing
Total: 362.776 Housin...
• The high rate of unemployment.
• The high level of family debt via mortgage
loan (often unpaid).
• Significant cuts in p...
• The reduction of employees was 22,2%
among men (-2.605.000 workers) and
10,6% among women (-902.700 workers).
• In many ...
IMPACT OF THE CRISIS ON SPANISH
WOMEN
• In families with all members unemployed,
women are very active in seeking help and...
PROGRAMME:
CARING FOR MATERNITY AT RISK
• Pregnancy test and prochoice
counselling on pregnancy crisis.
• Co-funding volun...
PROGRAMME:
MOTHERS BETWEEN TWO CULTURES
 Support and counselling
groups for migrant
mothers from Latin
America, Pakistan,...
PROGRAMME:
SUPPORT FOR TEENAGE MOTHERS
• Support and counselling
groups for teenage
mothers from all origins.
•New Program...
PROGRAMME:
FROM COMPATRIOT TO COMPATRIOT
 Provide immediate
healthcare to the most
vulnerable immigrants.
Get a health c...
PROGRAMME:
COMPASS
 Free legal advice for
women and families from
all origins in the area of
family law.
Free psychologi...
PROGRAMME:
SECONDARY PREVENTION OF PARTNER
VIOLENCE
 Active screening of
partner violence and abuse
in all women who atte...
PROGRAMME:
CHILDHOOD IS ESSENTIAL
NEW LINE 2013 of free
basic services to prevent
and combat child poverty
and deprivation...
PROGRAMME:
SHELTERED
NEW SERVICE 2013
of legal and
microeconomic
guidance in respect to
housing owned or
rented. It’s prim...
PROGRAMME:
CLOSENESS
Community programme
aims to promote dialogue
and conviviality,
integration of foreign
population, soc...
FUNDERS
THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR
YOUR ATTENTION & YOUR TIME
Email: emendez@saludyfamilia.es
More information available Web:
www.sal...
Buffering the long-term impact of the crisis on Spanish women: Mosaic of Services from Asociación Salud y Familia
Buffering the long-term impact of the crisis on Spanish women: Mosaic of Services from Asociación Salud y Familia
Buffering the long-term impact of the crisis on Spanish women: Mosaic of Services from Asociación Salud y Familia
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Buffering the long-term impact of the crisis on Spanish women: Mosaic of Services from Asociación Salud y Familia

  1. 1. Buffering the longBuffering the long--term impactterm impact of the crisis on Spanish women:of the crisis on Spanish women: Mosaic of Services fromMosaic of Services from AsociaciAsociacióónn SaludSalud yy FamiliaFamilia European Conference FAMILIES IN THE CRISIS Finding work-life balance in difficult economic context 28-29 April 2014. Athens. Elvira Méndez, MD General Director Asociación Salud y Familia
  2. 2. BACKGROUND OF THE EMPLOYMENT AND ECONOMIC CRISIS IN SPAIN 53,2952,2650,46Women 66,1968,0869,49Men 59,5660,0059,80General 201320102008 Labour force participation rate 7.634,208.166,608.536,90Women 9.115,7010.289,9011.720,70Men 16.750,0018.456,5020.257,60General 201320102008 Employed Population (*) (*) in thousands
  3. 3. BACKGROUND OF THE EMPLOYMENT AND ECONOMIC CRISIS IN SPAIN 27,0220,4813,04Women 25,7919,7310,06Men 26,3620,0611,34General 201320102008 Unemployment rate 55,439,725,7Women 56,343,123,7Men 55,741,624,6General 201320102008 Young unemployment rate (*) (*) people younger 25 years
  4. 4. BACKGROUND OF THE EMPLOYMENT AND ECONOMIC CRISIS IN SPAIN 201320102008 1.832.3001.328.000827.200 Households with all members unemployed 30% n=2.500.000 children25% 20132008 Child poverty rate
  5. 5. BACKGROUND OF THE EMPLOYMENT AND ECONOMIC CRISIS IN SPAIN Eviction rate by year: 5,82 x 1000 Housing Total: 362.776 Housing evictions Housing evictions in Spain Source: Colau, A y Alemany, A “2007-2012: Retrospectiva sobre desahucios y ejecuciones hipotecarias en España, estadísticas oficiales e indicadores”. PAH, Enero 2013
  6. 6. • The high rate of unemployment. • The high level of family debt via mortgage loan (often unpaid). • Significant cuts in public spending on education and disability. • Significant cuts in public spending to support families and children. MAIN DRIVERS OF SOCIAL INEQUALITY AND FAMILY POVERTY
  7. 7. • The reduction of employees was 22,2% among men (-2.605.000 workers) and 10,6% among women (-902.700 workers). • In many cases, women have become the only sustaining the family unit. IMPACT OF THE CRISIS ON SPANISH WOMEN
  8. 8. IMPACT OF THE CRISIS ON SPANISH WOMEN • In families with all members unemployed, women are very active in seeking help and resources for survival. • The total workload of women has increased considerably since there has not been a significant evolution of male coresponsibility in housework and care.
  9. 9. PROGRAMME: CARING FOR MATERNITY AT RISK • Pregnancy test and prochoice counselling on pregnancy crisis. • Co-funding voluntary pregnancy interruption in extremely vulnerable women. • Active prevention of repeated abortions. • Free provision of long acting contraception (IUD & IMPLANON). • 2013: 4.560 women.
  10. 10. PROGRAMME: MOTHERS BETWEEN TWO CULTURES  Support and counselling groups for migrant mothers from Latin America, Pakistan, China, Africa, Rumania & Morocco.  2013: 382 mothers.
  11. 11. PROGRAMME: SUPPORT FOR TEENAGE MOTHERS • Support and counselling groups for teenage mothers from all origins. •New Programme 2012- 2013: 129 mothers.
  12. 12. PROGRAMME: FROM COMPATRIOT TO COMPATRIOT  Provide immediate healthcare to the most vulnerable immigrants. Get a health card allowing normal access to the public health system. Inform and guide immigrants towards social resources at their fingertips. 2013: 1.104 immigrants.
  13. 13. PROGRAMME: COMPASS  Free legal advice for women and families from all origins in the area of family law. Free psychological support for women and families from all origins in personal and family life. 2013: 1.172 families
  14. 14. PROGRAMME: SECONDARY PREVENTION OF PARTNER VIOLENCE  Active screening of partner violence and abuse in all women who attend different ASF services. Immediate free psycho- social care for women victims of partner violence. Immediate free legal counselling for women victims of partner violence. 2013: 4.841 women.
  15. 15. PROGRAMME: CHILDHOOD IS ESSENTIAL NEW LINE 2013 of free basic services to prevent and combat child poverty and deprivation: • nutritional packs. •Counseling on publics aids. •Counseling on childcare facilities.
  16. 16. PROGRAMME: SHELTERED NEW SERVICE 2013 of legal and microeconomic guidance in respect to housing owned or rented. It’s primarily addressed to vulnerable families with children in charge.
  17. 17. PROGRAMME: CLOSENESS Community programme aims to promote dialogue and conviviality, integration of foreign population, social inclusion and diversity policy in Raval’s neighbourhood of Barcelona.
  18. 18. FUNDERS
  19. 19. THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR ATTENTION & YOUR TIME Email: emendez@saludyfamilia.es More information available Web: www.saludyfamilia.es
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