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DetailsThe shock result of Colombia’s recent referendum in which – by a razor thin margin – the people voted ‘no’ to ratifying an accord to end 52 years of violent conflict, has not killed all hopes for peace. Both the government of Juan Manuel Santos, who recently won the Nobel Peace Prize, and the leader of the FARC guerrillas, Rodrigo Londoño, have vowed to continue the process. They are supported by hundreds of thousands across the country who have been marching for peace. This issue of the magazine looks at what is special about the peace being sought in Colombia and the forces that oppose it; the important role of women and minorities in shaping the peace; and the on-going struggle for economic, social and environmental justice in one of the continent’s most unequal and trouble-torn countries.
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