They will launch a Penitentiary Video Academy for women in prison

They will launch a Penitentiary Video Academy for women in
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The Plan B association will present the Penitentiary Video Academy of Mexicoonline school designed for women who meet a criminal process deprived of their liberty.

For four years, the organization that is headed by Tatiana Ortiz and Vanessa Coppelteaches weekly classes via Zoom simultaneously, in 23 women's prisons in the country, in 9 states of the Mexican Republic.

With this, it has been possible to train 30 percent of the female prison population, which is equivalent to 12,420 inmates.

Training for the female prison population

The foundation aims to educate 100 percent of the female prison population by the end of 2026.

The presentation of the Video Academy It will be next Thursday, November 23 at the Lambú Garden located in the Miguel Hidalgo mayor's office.

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