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“We won´t forget the people who were forcibly disappeared once peace has arrived”, say the families who have had their loved ones taken away from them.
The view from Puente Nayero street. Fishing, which is done by the men, is an important source of income for families. Women earn their living gathering shellfish, growing plantain, working as domestic helpers, midwives and street sellers.
The situation of indigenous and Afro-Colombian women is particularly critical because they are the victims of multiple forms of discrimination. Photo: Marcia Valverde
Photo: Julián Montoni
“We discovered incredible experiences of women who made neighbourhoods, who transcended their pain and created social fabric, because their condition as mother, daughter, carer but also activist, leader and human rights defender was brought to the fore.” © 2011 Charlotte Kesl Photography