“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.”
Statement on Women and Human Rights Organizations in Colombia:
“The Colombian armed conflict has been going on for over 50 years and has developed alongside the situation of
July 22, 2011
The Irish Congress of Trade Unions has written to the Colombian embassy requesting that the Colombian government prov
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.
Colombia is considered the most violent country in South America.
Colombian actress and social rights activist Patricia Ariza came to campus to speak to a full house of USF students a
Brigitte Carreño was only 12 when a warlord whose anti-guerrilla fighters had occupied this hamlet decide
Since the announcement of peace talks in Colombia between the Colombian Government and the FARC-EP in 2012, slow deve
On the first day that Jineth Bedoya Lima arrived for work at the offices of Colombia National Radio in Bogotá,
19 June 2014
Colombia: new law aims to address impunity for conflict-related crimes of sexual violence
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
This article discusses the project Women as Central Agents of Peacebuilding in Colombia.
This article describes that members of WILPF European Sections meeting in Brussels from 6 to 9 April 2018 drafted the