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101 Members of the EU Parliament send out letter to Colombian President on Women’s rights

In their letter they express concern about the situation of Women Human Rights Defenders and the implementation of the gender focus in the Peace Agreement.

101 MEPs form different political groups of the EU Parliament sent out a letter yesterday to the Colombian President Ivan Duque. They are concerned about the situation for Women Human Rights Defenders, as the proportion of attacks against Women Human Rights’ Defenders has gone up in 2019.


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