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Our exciting new three-year project with Circulo de Estudios

To mark 'International Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict', we want to tell you about our work with our partner Circulo de Estudios. Together we will ensure that being born into conflict does not have to define a child’s life.

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"We encourage you to get to know CCC’s work – it represents a light at the end of the tunnel for many people!”

Read our latest blog post from our three Colombian Promoters about their visit to our project with partner ACJ

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Activity with our partner CRAN to commemorate Red Hand Day

Last month our Bogotá team joined young people, families and staff from our partner CRAN for an event to commemorate Red Hand Day (International Day of Against the Use of Child Soldiers). 

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The power of radio for children and young people

For World Radio Day we are celebrating how the young people we work with use radio to highlight the threats facing children's rights and demand that these rights are recognised and respected. 

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Cazuca coffee mornings!

Great update from our project with our partner Tiempo de Juego. Children and young people have set up  monthly coffee mornings for elderly people from their neighbourhood. The mornings provide an opportunity for the two generations to exchange ideas.

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Beating targets and inspiring young change-makers!

We’re delighted to share some impressive mid-year news from our partner Si Mujer. 

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Comic Relief grant a huge boost to our work

We have secured a grant from Comic Relief to work with our partners Tiempo de Juego and AIMY to provide a positive and safe future for girls and young women associated with gangs in Bogota.

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Achievements in 2016

Here are a few of the many, many achievements of children in the projects we supported in 2016.

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Playing, learning and working together in Bogota and Cazuca

Over two days in November, we brought together in Bogota 30 young people and staff members from our Colombian partner organisations to give them the opportunity to exchange experiences and learn from each other’s work.

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Violence in Colombia too often begins at home

Violence in Colombia doesn't only occur in the mountains, forests and back-alleys. It is also present in family homes. Our partner CRAN has found that violence at home is a strong push-factor for children to join an armed group.

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