Sustainable Peace through Collaboration
PASO Colombia mobilizes the local intelligence and resources of remote rural communities, and connects it to national and international institutional knowledge, capital, and markets.
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Accompanied by peace signatories, campesino families, and allied institutions, the tour was successful in learning about the progress of the Catatumbo Peace Network from the field.
University of Notre Dame Students and Colombian ex-combatants share lessons for business and peace-building
Faculty and students from the Meyer Business on the Frontlines program at the University of Notre Dame recently visited COOMPAZCOL, a cooperative working with PASO Colombia in the ERA of Fonseca. During their visit they exchanged valuable lessons on the power of cooperation to create sustainable economic development in areas affected by armed conflict.
Juan Fernando Lucio, director of PASO, published an article in IntechOpen with his reflections on the reincorporation perspective adopted in the Havana Agreement (2016), and introduces the model developed by PASO to enhance collective economic reincorporation. Lucio offers lessons learned that could contribute to the new peace process advancing in Colombia.
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