“It’s important to be aware of what’s going on in the world and to think about how you can start to make a difference, even when you’re a kid.”
Analysis is forthcoming.
For February, in which Venezuela has the presidency of the UN Security Council, the MAP provides recommendations on t
This case study explores the trajectory of women’s empowerment in Colombia over the past 20 years in the context of c
The documentation centre No habrá paz sin las mujeres [There will be no peace without women] enables female le
If regular armies are generally a man's world, guerrillas and insurgent forces are just the contrary.
Breaking News from the Peace Table in Havana
November 6, 2013
Media coverage of the Colombian peace process has focused on the politics surrounding the talks in Havana.
Betty Puerto Barrera is a Colombian peace activist.
As the Colombian Government prepares to meet with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) in Havana, Cuba,
Colombia's laws on violence against women are not adequately protecting victims displaced by the armed conflict, Huma
Nancy Sanchez has been working for human rights in Colombia for two decades.
Today, the government of Colombia and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) insurgency group meet in Oslo
On Monday, October 15, the government and FARC negotiators will sit down in Oslo to begin the next phase of the Colom
Women are needed, not only in the home, but also at the negotiating table, to achieve peace.
A decade after the last attempt to end Latin America's longest-running insurgency failed, the Colombian government an
Today is International Peace Day.
Last week, on Thursday, September 6, Sandra Ramírez filed into Havana‘s convention palace with five of h
Colombian and American universities, together with several non-governmental organizations released ten lessons they t
YESTERDAY I was asked to give the Welcome Message to participants in the National Validation Workshop of a project ca
Statement on Women and Human Rights Organizations in Colombia:
Bogotá, 3 September 2012
Yesterday, Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos delivered his address to the General Assembly.
Last week, I came to Bogotá to participate in the Peace Summit of Mayors and Governors.
November 2, 2012
Church Center for the United Nations, New York
In 2016, WILPF Colombia (LIMPAL in Spanish) launched the project “Go Women!
Colombia has been experiencing an on-going armed conflict for over 50 years between the Colombian government and the
As a feminist and pacifist international organisation that has worked for peace and disarmament since 1915, WILPF con
By Katherine Ronderos (WILPF Colombia) and Abigail Ruane (WILPF PeaceWomen)
The peace process in Colombia is acknowledged worldwide as exemplary because women were an integral part of the negot