The case study on Colombia involved a body of work on the Colombian peace processes, in particular the currently ongoing process with the FARC. This peace process is, in its dimensions of complexity and public participation, highly important. Innovative modalities of inclusion and framing the agenda hold lessons for many other cases globally. Our work engaged with the current negotiation and implementation processes, comparatively analysed previous peace accords and their trajectories, and looked at the processes of public participation and inclusion in the reconfiguration of the Colombian political settlement, as well as in different localities.
- Author : Harriet Cornell
- Category : Case Studies, Gender, Peace Processes
- Date : July 16, 2015
- Tags : Colombia Gender Peace Processes