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Women have been targeted for being the female relatives of the "other" side.
The armed conflict entered a new critical phase with serious consequences for human rights. The organization would like to thank these women and girls for their courage in speaking out.
Although their legal basis was removed in no effort was made to disband them, and in the last 10 years the paramilitaries have grown in size and extended their presence throughout the country. As this report shows, violence against women in the context of the armed conflict is widespread.
The armed opposition groups — the guerrillas — began to emerge in the s, during La Violencia, a virtual civil war which pitted Conservatives against Liberals. Several were raped. Since the s, the FARC has sought to ificantly increase attacks in urban areas, and civilians have increasingly borne the brunt of guerrilla attacks in these areas. They killed the young man I was with.
In addition to military targets, the guerrilla frequently attacked the rural estates of wealthy landowners; extortion and kidnapping became common practices. Survivors can be subjected to harsh social and cultural norms which blame the victim for the attack.
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According to the UN Declaration on the Elimination of Violence against Women, violence that is gender-based in, or is likely to result in, physical, sexual or psychological harm or suffering to women. The visit to Colombia of the UN Special Rapporteur on violence against women, its causes and consequences.
Paramilitaries — who are believed to have 10, fighters — have their origin in legally constituted civilian "self-defence" groups which the army created in the s and s to act as auxiliaries during counter-insurgency operations. The FARC has some 20, combatants.
She was torn apart. The Special Rapporteur also highlights the particular experience of female combatants in the warring factions who suffer sexual abuse and infringements of their reproductive rights and finally the appalling situation faced by female internally displaced persons".
There are considerable difficulties for research in the field of violence against women, particularly in making direct contact with survivors of abuse, many of whom fear retaliation attacks or being shamed by their family and community. Many have only now felt strong enough to tell their stories, sometimes years after the violence has taken place. They said I was a guerrilla.
Over the last few decades, paramilitaries have been held responsible for most killings and "disappearances" of civilians. Following the breakdown of peace negotiations between the government and the FARC on 20 February clashes between the Colombian state security forces — acting with the collaboration of paramilitary groups — and the guerrilla groups intensified. This violence, including sexual violence against women, has been perpetrated by all the warring parties.
The survivors also face serious obstacles in their search for justice. The serious abuses and violations committed by all the parties to the armed conflict remain hidden behind a wall of silence fuelled by discrimination and impunity. By sowing terror and exploiting and manipulating women for military gain, bodies have been turned into a battleground. The response of the authorities and state institutions, which should be implementing measures to end such abuses, can be as abusive as the violence itself.
For many women, surviving sexual violence means keeping silent. Survivors of sexual violence also face a further, debilitating battle — with their families and communities, which often ostracize and stigmatize them. After being raped some women have been sexually mutilated before being killed.
In the rest of cases, those responsible were not identified.
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They are accused of having relationships with men from the other side. The terrible fate suffered by the individuals concerned is therefore exacerbated by this double invisibility. Her banner re : "Armed actors rape women to humiliate men". Criminal and disciplinary investigations continue to implicate high-ranking security force officers in human rights violations committed by paramilitaries. Violence against women is a form of gender-based violence.
Men and women have also been targeted for attack because of their sexual orientation or gender identity. Their historic and continued links with the security forces have been well documented by Amnesty International and the United Nations. The names of some of the informants have been changed in order to protect their identities.
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In other areas of the country, human rights activists are not available to help individual victims because they have been threatened, intimidated, killed or driven out of their communities. And the trauma which affects these women and girls is clearly all too real. Between February and March  the bodies of three girls who had been raped were found in the area. Sometimes they punish women for wearing low-slung jeans but other times they make them wear low-cut tops and miniskirts so that they can accompany them to their parties". Some of the elements that may be examined to determine whether an act of violence is gender-based include:.
Many areas of Colombia are also inaccessible to human rights activists. There are also specific acts which are commonly gender-based. It is women and girls who are the hidden victims of that conflict.
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The definition of discrimination includes gender-based violence. Men have also been the victims of sexual violence in the context of the armed conflict. In Novemberthe UN Special Rapporteur on violence against women, its causes and consequences, Radhika Coomaraswamy, conducted an official mission to Colombia to investigate, assess and report on the impact of the conflict on the human rights of women.
In the summary of the mission report submitted to the UN Commission on Human Rights at its 58th session 3the Special Rapporteur highlighted "the widespread and systematic nature of gender-based violence and the various forms of it that are suffered [in Colombia]": "Rarely is there direct confrontation between the different armed groups, rather these armed groups attempt to settle their scores by attacking civilians suspected of supporting the other side.
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However, without the presence of strong local human rights communities to report and channel cases, it is unlikely that the Colombian public or international opinion will ever know the full extent of such abuses. When I got to Dabeiba [department of Antioquia], the paramilitaries were there. In the last 20 years, the conflict has cost the lives of at least 70, people, the vast majority of them civilians killed out of combat, while more than 3 million people have been internally-displaced. During this period, armed groups linked to the Liberal and Communist Parties were driven into remote parts of the country.
Sincemore than 10, people have been kidnapped, more than half of these by guerrillas or paramilitaries, while at least 1, have "disappeared", mostly at the hands of paramilitary groups often acting in collusion with the security forces. In Colombia, survivors can find it very difficult to obtain medical assistance, emergency treatment and support measures.
Rape is thought to be ificantly under-reported. Although the cases highlighted in this report cannot be independently verified — because of the lack of judicial investigations — the fact that Amnesty International has received so many similar and consistent reports of sexual violence from around the country le the organization to believe that these testimonies are accurate and reliable. I was raped by eight or nine soldiers. Few perpetrators are ever brought to justice for any human rights violation — and even fewer for crimes of sexual violence.
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The fear of witnesses and survivors who agreed to speak to Amnesty International is tangible. It includes threats, coercion, arbitrary deprivation of liberty wherever it takes place. It can occur in public or in private life equally. Last year, over women were killed for socio-political reasons outside combat — in the street, Senior women sex Comunas comunidad or workplace — and 20 "disappeared".
Cast out by friends and family and under threat from their aggressors, survivors are often forced to move away from their communities but are still unable to escape the fear of further abuse. In Colombia, as elsewhere, official figures do not reflect the scale of the problem of sexual violence. By remaining silent and failing to act, the state is tolerating such abuses and encouraging the commission of further offences. Women and girls in Colombia are the victims of domestic violence and community-based violence. When a state fails in its responsibility to exercise due diligence to prevent, punish and eradicate sexual and gender violence it sends out a message that such behaviour is tolerated or even condoned.
Like a nightmare that never ends…" 4. Acts are not necessarily identifiable as gender-based in isolation, but require an assessment of how particular acts affect women in comparison with men. The statistics are chilling: inmore than 3, civilians were killed for political reasons outside combat, over 2, were kidnapped, around half for political motives, hundreds of thousands were internally displaced, and hundreds were "disappeared".
It is violence that is directed against a woman because she is a woman or that affects women disproportionately.
But the sexual abuse and exploitation of women and girls have long been ignored, not only because violence against them has been perceived as belonging to the private sphere, but because fear and shame about sexual abuse have prevented many women from speaking out. Furthermore, survivors explain how paramilitaries arrive in a village, completely control and terrorize the population, and commit human rights abuses with total impunity. In addition, women disproportionately suffer from the consequences of fleeing conflicts because they form the majority of the refugee and IDP population.
These armed groups were the nucleus of the largest armed opposition movement of the past 50 years which was consolidated in as the Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia FARCRevolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia. With this report Amnesty International hopes to contribute to greater awareness of the extent and seriousness of violence against women in Colombia. With their bodies viewed and treated as territory to be fought over by the warring parties, women are targeted for a of reasons — to sow terror within communities making it easier for military control to be imposed, to force people to flee their homes to assist acquisition of territory, to wreak revenge on adversaries, to accumulate "trophies of war", and to exploit them as sexual slaves.
The guerrillas created extensive strongholds in many rural areas of the country where they effectively determined local government policies and exercised ificant control over the local population. But the conflict exacerbates these forms of violence and the gender stereotyping which underpins them. The commander of the paramilitaries raped me.
The conflict has pitted the security forces and army-backed paramilitaries against several guerrilla groups, with each group vying for control of territory and economic resources. They mark their territory by leaving scars on the bodies of the women. It is a terror without sound. It includes acts that inflict physical, mental or sexual harm or suffering, threats of such acts, coercion and other deprivations of liberty.
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