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In Colombia, the struggle over land rights often pits the cultural and economic interests of indigenous and marginalized peoples against the governments that are supposed
Colombia has the highest rate of assassinations of human rights defenders in Latin America, and women defending Afrodescendant and Indigenous territories are particularly at risk.
August 24, 2016 marked the end of the nearly sixty-year-long conflict between the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias
Making rights a reality: access to health care for afro-colombian survivors of conflict-related sexual violence
In 2008, Colombia enacted Law 1257, which states that “women’s rights are human rights,” and that women’s rights include “the right to a dignified life,”
The demobilization of the Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia (“FARC”) since November 2016 has created a power vacuum, as multiple forces vie for areas previously
Community Hearings are spaces that allow to make visible and denounce the violence committed against black/Afro-descendant women from their diverse identities, to generate strategies that allow for inciting prevention, protection, attention and integral reparation before local and national authorities as mechanisms of international justice.