The War We Are Living takes viewers to Colombia, the country that has the largest number of internally displaced people in the world – an unfathomable 4 million people – most of them women and children. Learn more about Women, War & Peace‘s Colombia episode.
Colombia has its own version of the Na’avi, the imperiled indigenous people whose story lies at the heart of the international blockbuster Avatar.
Links to more information about Colombia and women working for peace there
Women, War & Peace Colombia producer Oriana Zill de Granados writes about her conversations with families searching for disappeared loved ones, in Valledupar, Colombia, a paramilitary stronghold.
Oriana Zill de Granados, a Women, War & Peace producer filming in Colombia, spends time with a group of indigenous Wayuu people who survived a massacre perpetrated against their village. Despite death threats, Debora Barros, a clan leader, and others continue to fight for justice and the ability to one day return home.