Before arriving to Colombia I had heard about the Peace Community of San José de Apartado from the work I had carried out as a volunteer in the PBI offices in London.
These words were spoken by a victim of La Chinita massacre, which was commemorated last September. Continue reading “Now it doesn’t hurt to remember, because I have forgiven”
Carolina Torres is the director of Colectivo Psicosocial Colombiano, Copsico. For the last fourteen years she has worked alongside social organisations in Colombia. Continue reading Political discourse helps psychosocial work
Liz Arevalo Naranjo, director of Corporación Vínculos, talks to PBI about the psychosocial impact of the armed conflict and how she accompanies victims to help rebuild the fabric of society. Continue reading We need to transform ourselves together
PBI spoke with Angela Ruiz, of the organisation Tejidos del Viento, on how psychosocial techniques can be useful for providing support to victims of the armed conflict. Continue reading The role of victims in psycho-social healing