Initiative that seeks to collect donations for a women’s prison in Cartagena

‘Afternoon Tea: Free Minds’, this is what they call the activity which is to collect donations for the inmates of the Women’s District Prison in Cartagena next Thursday, September 29.

This activity will happen 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM, at Universidad Libre Headquarterswho is one of the organizers along with the University of Cartagena, the Citizen Culture Laboratory and the Citizen Culture Observatory.

The event will be open to the public and the following items will be available:

  • clothes.
  • Self-help books, novels or biographies.
  • Toiletries (soap, shampoo, toothpaste, deodorant).
  • First aid supplies (alcohol, gauze, acetaminophen, etc.)
  • Makeup accessories (unused and sealed).
  • Flat shoes or slippers.

The day will have an entertaining agenda, such as “Dominoes of Values”, “Knotting Wool” and other activities that promote unity, co-responsibility, volunteering and above all, empathy, because through this initiative, the organizers seek clear support, Respect, inclusion and hope for the inmates of this penitentiary.

Likewise, there will be an open microphone and this space will be available to those who want to play an instrument, recite a poem or read a story.

other side, One of the pillars of this activity is to sensitize the people of Cartagena to the conditions that women living in these detention centers experience every day. and how it copes with the socialization process,

This activity is oriented so that anyone who wants to participate as a donor or volunteer and organizations or institutions that can join as a strategic partner should also contact the following email Co –

Lokpal asks to speed up the investigation against the police station

In other incidents, the Office of the Ombudsman informed the competent authorities that 10 detainees for sexual offenses held at Chambacu police station in Cartagena were allegedly raped by other persons deprived of liberty.

The facts they are asking for speedy investigation would have been registered on August 30. The complaints made by the regional ombudsman in BolĂ­var were presented to the commander of the National Police and the commander of the Metropolitan Police of Cartagena, calling on them to initiate the relevant measures for the possible lack of service in the police station of Chambacu, since the incidents occurred at 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. Only then did he become aware of the situation.

Detainees in this station, not being in prison, do not receive Inpack supervision or attention. The mayor’s office takes charge of these and does not even give them food. Food contracts have expired, and while those with families eat, others search for them.

“Also, the Ombudsman’s Office asked the Bolivar Department of the Attorney General’s Office to speed up the investigation and the Mayor of Cartagena to find mechanisms so that the rights of those deprived of their liberty are not violated. These penal institutions are overcrowded,” he said in a statement.

Finally, the entity asked the Secretary of the Interior of the District of Cartagena to transfer 10 people deprived of liberty who were victims of alleged sexual violence in order to guarantee their life and integrity, while the relevant investigation is carried out.

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