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Julio 6, 2014

Stop hunting children!: Report on sexual violence committed against children and adolescents in the armed conflict in Colombia

This report is the result of a research process developed by the Campaign: “Rape and other Violence: Leave my Body Out of the War” with the purpose …

Junio 15, 2014

COALICO urges an agreement to remove children from the conflict

According to monitoring by the NGO coalition COALICO, while hostilities were ongoing in 2013 between FARC-EP, ELN, PDAGs and the Army, at least 136 events were recorded related …

Junio 8, 2014

The challenges in documenting sexual violence against children in armed conflict: Colombia

Join us for a panel discussion on 'The challenges in documenting sexual violence against children in armed conflict' Start: 11 June 2014 15:00 End: 11 June …

Octubre 27, 2013

Press Release: Education — Powerful Protection of Girls in Armed Conflict

On the International Day of the Girl, COALICO echoes the call made by the UN Secretary General which notes that  "empowering girls, ensure respect for human …

 
Noviembre 3, 2011

information of COALICO

The Coalition has, as its constituting organs an Assembly made up of all its member organizations, an Executive Committee and a Technical Secretariat.

 
Noviembre 3, 2011

The Coalition’s achievements in 12 years of work

Since its founding in October 1999, the Coalition has promoted a strong advocacy strategy at national and international levels in order to achieve the ratification by …

 
Noviembre 3, 2011

Territorial Focus

At the present time, Coalico is carrying out work in the departments of Antioquia, Arauca, Bolívar, Cauca, Chocó, Cundinamarca, Meta, Norte de Santander, Putumayo, Sucre, and …

 
Noviembre 3, 2011

Working Proposal

Our main working objective is, from a rights standpoint, to contribute to an effective reduction in the use, recruitment, and involvement of boys, girls and young …

Noviembre 3, 2011

About the COALICO

Coalition against the involvement of boys, girls and youth in the armed conflict in Colombia