Memory, Victims and Representation of the Colombian Conflict

@MVRColombia is an international, interdisciplinary team of experts in Modern Languages, Digital Arts, Computing, and Human Rights, that interrogates the memory and representation of victims of the Colombian conflict, especially in museums, ‘official’ exhibitions, and memorials.  Researchers work with NGOs and community actors to identify those experiences of violence – especially against women - that are missing or misrepresented in public spaces and discourses. 



Supporting grassroots responses, such as community-led museums; mobile memorials; digital and street art; ‘unofficial’ human rights archives; creative materials for memory workshops, that give visibility to overlooked victims of violence, and the unsung, everyday, peace-builders.

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