A discussion with a leader of a community from the Montes de María that suffered a major paramilitary massacre in 2000.
Two panels, hosted by WOLA: a presentation of the latest Kroc Institute report on accord implementation, and a discussion with women, Afro-Descendant, indigenous, and LGBT+ leaders.
A discussion of the challenges facing women victims’ activism with Claudia Quintero, director of the Corporación Anne Frank.
A women’s singing group raises awareness of forced disappearance, of which there are more than 1,400 victims in Tumaco.
Presentation of a report about the experience of women and young people in the the National Association of Campesinos (ANUC).
A Bogotá meeting between mothers of soldiers killed in combat and former women members of the FARC leads to a reconciliation process.
Mothers of soldiers killed in combat and ex-FARC leaders discuss a reconciliation process.
Victims of sexual violence in the conflict reflect on their processes a year after their first encounter with the Truth Commission.
An exchange between experts and female social leaders from rural areas about the challenges rural women face.
In Valle del Cauca, Sandra and Dora, members of CORTUCAN, tell how they are making ecotourism a sustainable livelihood for their families.
A presentation and discussion of the causes and impacts of sexual violence during the conflict in the Caribbean region.
Saura and Johana tell how they came back to their lands in Catatumbo and how, after subscribing to the National Comprehensive Program for the Substitution of Illicit Crops (PNIS), they began to grow food where there were once coca crops.
Launch of a report about the experience of Afro-Descendant women during the armed conflict.
A dialogue about the causes and impacts of sexual violence in Arauca.
A discussion of challenges facing non-repetition guarantees for victims of violence against women in Norte de Santander.
Socorro attends the Rural Alternative School (ERA) of San José del Guaviare.
In Anorí, Antioquia, Mirian tells how PASO Colombia’s Contingency Plan To Support Ex-coca Grower Families enabled her to receive the first formal payment of her life.
Nancy tells how she has implemented her leadership and gender-related insights in the municipal nursery of Anorí, Antioquia.
A meeting of a collective of women, victims of the conflict in Tolima and Valle del Cauca, to rebuild memory and build solidarity.
Emilse, from Caquetá, tells how after eradicating her coca plants, she joined with several neighbors to grow food and develop productive animal breeding projects.