Listen to recordings of ABColombia events and interviews with ABColombia and partner organisations on issues related to peace and human rights in Colombia.
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Colombia: Grassroots Perspectives on what makes for Peace
Public event with Danilo Rueda, Executive Secretary of ABColombia Partner, the Inter-Church Commission for Justice and Peace (CIJP), from June 2019. Panellists: Sara Chandler, member of the Colombian Caravana UK Lawyers Group and Susi Bascon, Director of Peace Brigades International UK. Chair: Louise Winstanley, ABColombia Programme and Advocacy Manager.
The recording is a courtesy of the UCL Institute of the Americas. Please note that the recording starts about 10 minutes into the event. The first speaker is Danilo Rueda, with translation by James Lupton.
Mining, Social Conflict and Alternatives in Peru and Colombia
Joint public event in April 2018 with ABColombia partner Martha Cecilia Garcia, Social Movements Advisor at CINEP (Colombia) and Javier Jahncke from Red Muqui (Peru). With an analysis by Dario Kenner, Lead Analyst on Sustainable Economic Development at ABColombia member CAFOD. Chair: Dr Graham Woodgate, Principal Teaching Fellow Environmental Sociology of the Americas, UCL Institute of the Americas. Recording: courtesy of the Institute of the Americas.
Women and Peace
FiLiA Meets: Louise Winstanley – ABColombia
Interview with Louise Winstanley, ABColombia Programme and Advocacy Manager, on women’s participation in the Colombian peace process with the FARC, the state of implementation of the gendered agreements in the Final Peace Accord and other issues related to gender-based violence and women human rights defenders in Colombia. Louise spoke with FiLiA volunteer Marta Nuñez in June 2019. Access the full podcast here.
Colombia: las mujeres y la implementación del Acuerdo de Paz
Lanzamiento publico del informe “Hacia un cambio transformador: las mujeres y la implementación de los Acuerdos de Paz en Colombia” en noviembre de 2018. Con intervenciones de ONU Mujeres, la Embajada Británica y organizaciones de la sociedad civil: ABColombia, CIASE, Sisma Mujer, Tejido Mujer ACIN, Codacop, Plataforma de Mujeres Rurales, Oxfam (entre otros).