Colombia

CPT members wear blue vests and stand listening to a presentation from OFP member of the bionatural centre

Caring for Mother Earth

May we honour the Earth through our daily practices and care for all forms of life, not just human life.

A person sits beside a bucket of roses, holding one in their hands

Flowers for 8 March?

For International Women’s Day on 8 March, think about what the business of flowers represents

Erik sits on a chair with his arms up behind his head in a relaxed position. His farm is behind him.

Have we gone back in time?

Communities and social leaders are facing a spike in violence in the last year, both in rural and urban areas. There is no safe place anymore.

The Aegean sea is visible through a window that is covered with a gridlock of bars.

Solidarity breaks through borders

CPT Colombia team member Jhony Arango visits the CPT Aegean Migrant Solidarity team and experiences the global fabric of solidarity.

Four members of CPT Colombia wearing their blue vests sit on the pavement in front of a row of candles that are set up in the form of the number +21.731 representing the number of people killed in Gaza since 7 October.

Day of the Candles

The CPT Colombia team uses the Colombian Christmas tradition of Day of the Candles to stand in solidarity with the Palestinian people

CPT members stand on stage, wearing blue vests, preparing to speak during the event for 25 November, the Day to Eliminate Violence Against Women, in Barrancabermeja, Colombia.

From Kurdistan to Colombia, women resist

Resistance knows no borders, as Kurdish CPT member Runak Radha joins the struggles of CPT Colombia’s women’s movements for the International Day to Eliminate Violence Against Women on 25 November

A storefront with the letters AGC spraypainted on the wall after the Clan del Golfo incursion into Segovia.

Clan del Golfo invades communities in Antioquia

Community Peacemaker Teams calls on Colombian authorities to protect civilians after recent paramilitary incursion exacerbates humanitarian situation in Segovia, Antioquia

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