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Diario Colombiano de nuestro Director de Proyectos en Colombia

Nuestro Director de Proyectos, Camilo, nos cuenta como algunos jóvenes de nuestros proyectos participaban en manifestaciones históricas en dos regiones donde nosotros trabajamos. La región pacifica colombiana ha sido históricamente excluida y segregada. Desde la época de la colonia se … Continue reading

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Colombia diary

Our Project Officer, Camilo, writes about young people’s participation in historic demonstrations in two of the cities we work in. Throughout history, Colombia’s Pacific region has been excluded and segregated. Spanish colonial rule established social structures that discriminated against the … Continue reading

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International Youth Day – Part 3, Yvonne’s story

As a part of International Youth Day we are sharing the stories of some of the youth leaders we’re proud to be working with. This year’s theme is ’Youth Building Peace’. Involving young people in transforming their communities into safer, … Continue reading

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International Youth Day – Part 2, Sandra’s story

As a part of International Youth Day we are sharing the stories of some of the youth leaders we’re proud to be working with. This year’s theme is ’Youth Building Peace’. Involving young people in transforming their communities into safer, … Continue reading

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International Youth Day – Part 1, Maria’s story

As a part of International Youth Day we are sharing the stories of some of the youth leaders we’re proud to be working with. This year’s theme is ’Youth Building Peace’. Involving young people in transforming their communities into safer, … Continue reading

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Niños y niñas de Buenaventura exigen sus derechos en un foro juvenil

Camilo, nuestro nuevo Director de Proyectos, comparte sus impresiones acompañando una experiencia de participación infantil de nuestro aliado FUNDESCODES. “La ciudad de Buenaventura, es el puerto más grande de Colombia, cerca del 60% de las mercancías que entran y salen del … Continue reading

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Children demand their rights at annual youth forum in Buenaventura

Our new Project Officer, Camilo, shares his impressions of our partner Fundescodes’ annual youth forum in Buenaventura. “Buenaventura is Colombia’s largest port – around 60% of the goods that enter and leave Colombia pass through there. Each year, this generates millions … Continue reading

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