This article presents the life stories of six indigenous women from the Amazonian region, who coordinate local women processes through indigenous organizations and networks. Since the political and legal visibility of violence against indigenous women in Colombia is weak and limited,
we aim to analyze their experiences from an intersectional perspective. For this purpose, we employed multiple methodologies, including body mapping and social cartography. Thus, by reconstructing their experiences and attempts to make visible violence against them, we could perceive some
of its multiple modalities, which are quickly captured by the great category.
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Department of Peace Studies, Centro de paz, Conflictos y Post-conflictos (JANUS) de la Universidad del Rosario, Bogota D.C, Colombia;
Department of Peace Studies, Universidad Del Rosario, Centro, Claustro del Rosario, Bogota D.C, Colombia;
Centro, Claustro del Rosario, Universidad Del Rosario, Bogota D.C, Colombia
Publication date: February 1, 2019
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