Colombia

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Contacts

Patricia Henao Saavedra

country director
phenao@pactworld.org

Diana Muratova

deputy director
dmuratova@pactworld.org

Child labor infographic

Global approaches to tackling one of the worst forms of child labor

June 11, 2021
Child labor is an insidious problem that robs children of their childhood. For children engaged in hazardous work, it endangers their physical and mental health and...

Gender equality in companies boosts the rights of women workers

April 27, 2021
Highlighting the importance of applying a gender approach in work environments to reduce economic gaps and prevent violence against women.  
The Colombian Amazon

Return and always return

April 22, 2021
In addition to absorbing carbon dioxide, the Amazon forests are home to countless species of animals and provide food, medicine and shelter to diverse groups that...
UMIAB’s first virtual general assembly, in which more than 60 indigenous women gathered to elect the new organization’s board. (Credit: Instituto Internacional de Educaçao do Brasil)

“Virtual touches”: Five ways technology is helping indigenous organizations mobilize in the Amazon

March 11, 2021
Like many other indigenous leaders in the time of Covid-19, Telma Taurepang sees the virtual world as the best way to mobilize and stay in touch – and sometimes the only way. Being able to “see” each...

A las Flores en Bici

March 3, 2021
Pact and World Bicycle Relief partnered to deliver 100 bicycles to women working in Colombia’s cut flower sector. The initiative helped recipients to shorten long on-foot commutes as well as close...
Photo: Telma Taurepang

In the Brazilian Amazon, Telma Taurepang inspires indigenous women to fight for their land and rights

March 1, 2021
Telma Taurepang comes from a long line of activists. She lives in the Brazilian state of Roraima, in the Amazonian region of Amajari, where her family has fought for decades for the demarcation...

Pact local partner holds first virtual assembly of Amazonian indigenous women across Brazil

December 29, 2020
To protect their communities from Covid-19, indigenous peoples in the Amazon have had to find alternative ways to stay in touch to continue to advocate for their territories and rights. The women...

Photo story: Healthy environments, better lives

December 28, 2020
In communities around the world, Pact is improving lives and protecting the environment at the same time, because the two go hand in hand.
Cañón de las Guacamayas in Araracuara, Colombia

International Human Rights Day and land governance: A key indigenous right

December 10, 2020
By the SCIOA project team Indigenous communities have a spiritual connection with their territories that is reflected culturally and economically. Land bonds because it allows a collective sense of...

International Day of Rural Women: Empowering women-led indigenous organizations in the Amazon

October 15, 2020
Historically, our world has been one dominated by men. For much of history, for example, the right to own property wasn’t afforded to women. Today, around the world, women continue to face...

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