“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.”
Prepared by Eleanor Bennett
Reporting period: 4 June to 1 September 2018
This case study explores the trajectory of women’s empowerment in Colombia over the past 20 years in the context of c
US Office on Colombia is an organization in Washington DC that works to advocate for human rights in Colombia, partic
In corporation with Colombian civil society organizations, the Oidhaco network has produced a factsheet where data co
Colombia's laws on violence against women are not adequately protecting victims displaced by the armed conflict, Huma
Women in Colombia, as elsewhere, face many forms of physical and psychological genderbased violence in many contexts
Abstract Women are usually represented as victims in the literature on conflict and conflict resolution.
This paper examines the relationship between forced displacement and transitional justice in Colombia, from a gender
This paper examines the relationship between forced displacement and transitional justice in Colombia from a gender p
This report documents the findings and recommendations from Civil Society on 1325 implementation in Colombia
Sexual violence in Colombia continues to be an invisible crime.
The results of the first survey on the prevalence of sexual violence allowed us to make the link between the presence
For over 40 years, violence in Colombia has pitted the government against several guerilla groups including the Revol
Desde hace más de cinco décadas, Colombia sufre uno de los conflictos armados más prolongados en
This paper gives an overview of the challenges which indigenous women in Latin America face in accessing both formal
UNFPA online video library: Ending Violence Against Women in Colombia.