Laddy Estelita Murga Alayo

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Title: Protective measures issued in time of pandemic to control physical and psychological violence

The purpose of this study was to find out what is the effectiveness of the protection measures issued to control physical and psychological violence against the users of the Ombudsman’s Office in Alto Trujillo, in times of a pandemic. A non-experimental, qualitative phenomeno logical study was carried out, since with this method it was possible to describe the perceived subject, in this case the users of the Defensoría de la Mujer-Alto Trujillo, recognizing and validating the knowledge, as well as the description of the phenomenon insofar as the subject describes the lived experience and the meaning it had, how he experienced it and how he interpreted it. The population was made up of 10 users of the Women’s Ombudsman’s Office, considering only those users who were present at the time of applying the in-depth interview and who had their protection measures, the in-depth interview on the effectivenesof the measures was used as an instrument. protection measures. The results showed that the protection measures did not guarantee the protection stipulated in these, since most of the aggressors did not comply with the restrictions imposed by the judge, evidencing that the interviewees continue to suffer physical abuse such as pulling their hair, slapping, kicking , etc. as well as aggressions or psychological violence such as insults, offenses and humiliations.


Laddy Estelita Murga Alayo, was born on august 8, 1988, in the city of eternal spring Trujillo- Peru. From a very young age he showed interest in helping women victims of violence, which led him to study law, obtaining the degree of lawyer. joining the Women’s Ombudsman in 2016 to help and advise cases of violence against women. This prompted her to study a Master’s degree specialized in violence against women. She is currently a Master with her own legal study dedicated to handling cases of violence against women and family members.

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