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A Letter for Humanitarians

Humanitarian aid in itself comes from a genuine and noble idea of helping people affected by crises. Nonetheless, it has grown to be based on unequal and neocolonialist practices.

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Venezuelan migrants in Colombia: Is humanitarian aid enough?

If the antiquated structures that have existed for so long without a major change, are not enough to respond to the humanitarian challenges of today, then there is the need of a serious restructure.

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Aid is everyone's business

Aid agencies receive millions of dollars annually, but effectiveness and sustainability are not always aspects that sit at the core of their projects.

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Palestine-Israel: Perceptions, risks, facts, and viable solutions


#FacebookLive reviewing context of the conflict, current dynamics and potential solutions from the different leadership levels.

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In the search of peace  – Inspiring local citizens to find their voice

Oftentimes our experiences and struggles with the absence of a thing most valuable spurs our biggest life pursuits. That is the case with Yira Marcela Godoy’s quest to understand and build peace in as many spaces as possible.

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Anniversary of Colombian Peace Agreement

Four years after  the implementation of the Havana Peace Accords between the Colombian government 🇨🇴 and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC).

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