A Podcast that highlights the voice of our territories. This time talking about the importance of the leadership of indigenous women from the departments of Chocó, Nariño and Cauca, from the experience they have with the UN Women ProDefensoras project and their analysis of machismo and patriarchy.
Indigenous women from their territorial spaces have been marked and silenced by endless violence, violence that they have suffered individually and collectively, for the fact of being women, for being indigenous and for the territory they inhabit, which is why women are prepared not to remain silent and continue to strengthen their capacities, regardless of the context they are part of. For us, as Akubadaura, women are the pillar of life and territories, in them are the care and protection of everything that is part of our mother earth.
Listen below to ProDefensoras Nepono Catupia Domico, from Chocó; Dariani Acosta, from Nariño and María Lucero Miranda, from Cauca, who tell us about their experience as leaders, how they perceive machismo and what are their tips for upbringing from the new seeds of life.