BOGOTA - Women will make up more than half of all judges in Colombia's war tribunals, a historic move that gives women an equal say in building peace after half a century of war. Under a peace deal signed last year between the government and rebels from the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia FARC , war tribunals will seek to prosecute those responsible for human rights atrocities committed in the civil war. Women will account for 53 percent of those people selected to serve as court judges, promoting gender equality in the top echelons of justice. While Colombia has made progress in recent decades in increasing women's participation in politics and the judiciary, gender parity is still a distant goal.
Getting back to take care of the forest: the Yaguara II Crusade
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Girls swap diapers for rebel life
The bends and curves, once a lair of wolves and check-points, became a part of the landscape, forgotten by its people, anxious about the war. It is hot, and the wind hits our faces. There are 3 passengers, a nurse, a Universidad de La Salle professor, and me. I had never thought of traveling to the Amazon; and now, I am heading to the municipality that has suffered the most brutality, but that does not lose hope.
Colombia's main leftist group, notorious for drugs and kidnapping, gives women equality, freedom. October 6, Eliana Gonzalez was married at 14 and gave birth to her daughter a year later.