There is not a great deal of positive news in the world today. And yet, one of the most positive developments concerning peace and conflict has gone largely unreported. Last month, the world’s longest running conflict came one giant step closer to its end with the signing of the permanent ceasefire between the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC). While the rest of the world, and the UK more specifically, woke to the shock news of Brexit, Colombians all over, starting with myself, rejoiced with the unprecedented announcement.
Suscipit quis ex autem, illum et eu vulputate in erat eu nisl augue illum dolore, aliquam iusto. Tincidunt, duis dolor nulla ad facilisis tation quis facilisis at, ea feugait aliquip lorem wisi blandit praesent facilisi consectetuer commodo nostrud ut lobortis tation et. Nisl te nulla, consequat sit minim, velit, augue ad diam vel ullamcorper minim delenit praesent odio iriure. Nulla eros nulla dolor, iusto vel ex, accumsan tincidunt dolor luptatum nostrud te delenit hendrerit in, vero iusto, sit. Commodo qui laoreet consequat dignissim vel, adipiscing duis qui lorem te esse sed et quis.
In Latin America we work with companies, governments and civil society to strengthen the capacities for peacebuilding through the integration of conflict-sensitivity and human rights in policies, standards and practices.