Destiny in density: Afro-Colombian women struggle to sustain landscapes, livelihoods

  The Colombian Pacific region is a rich and complex landscape—ecologically, economically, politically and culturally. Rapid and often controversial changes in the past two decades have displaced millions of people and continue to pose severe threats to the landscapes on which local livelihoods depend. There, as elsewhere, women play a key role in managing forests... Read more

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