From the Amazon to the Sierra: Indigenous Women's Access to Justice

Presented by: NYU Wagner School of Public Service, Universidad del Rosario, and the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies

December
02
5:00pm - 6:30pm EST
Public
Date:
December 02, 2021
Time:
5:00pm - 6:30pm
Location:
Online

Hosted by the Colombian Studies Initiative, community conversations offer the opportunity for community members to engage in deep conversations around ongoing issues and critical events relevant to Colombia. In this edition, we will host a dialogue between a group of Indigenous women from the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta and from the Colombian Amazon on the challenges of the fight against gender-based violence in the Colombian post-agreement.

This conversation tells some experiences, learnings and challenges of intercultural popular legal education and participatory action research when dealing with issues of this nature. The conversation will be accompanied by Angela Santamaria, professor at the Universidad del Rosario.

  • Ana Iris Loperena, member of the Wiwa OWIGT Women's Coordination.
  • Digneris Izquierdo, Arhuaca Commissioner of Government House, Pueblo Bello, Cesar,
  • Dunen Muelas, technical secretary of the national commission of Indigenous women of Colombia
  • Laura Carianil, Curripaco people, lawyer from the Universidad del Rosario
  • Angela Santamaria, professor at the Center for Peace and Conflict at the Universidad del Rosario

Please note: this event will be held in Spanish

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From the Amazon to the Sierra: Indigenous Women's Access to Justice