Indigenous Women and Colombia’s Peace Process
2017. Author: Conciliation Resources
This report explores the historic experience of indigenous women in Colombia and how formal and customary institutions impact their inclusion in Colombia’s political settlement. It charts the emergence of different pathways for change for indigenous women, including the evolution of women’s engagement in the Colombian peace process as well as the inclusion of gender and ethnic minority issues in negotiations. The report looks at how the peace process is an opportunity for indigenous women to play a key role in peacebuilding and the reconfiguration of the political settlement in Colombia.
- Women in Peacebuilding
- Research/Lessons Learned