Mariana Ardila is a lawyer and member of the legal leadership team at Women’s Link Worldwide. She graduated from Externado de Colombia University, has a diploma on women and human rights from the University of Chile, and a masters degree in international law from the New York University. She worked for Colombia’s Constitutional Court in the development of jurisprudence on legal abortion, sexual and reproductive rights, and a ban to discriminate women at work.
Published in: democraciaAbierta: OpinionAbortos forçados das FARC passam a ser reconhecidos como violência reprodutiva
Em decisão histórica, comissão da verdade que analisa a guerra na Colômbia adota definição sobre o que o termo constitui
Published in: 50.50: OpinionAbortos forzados son violencia reproductiva, dictamina Comisión de la Verdad de Colombia
Por primera vez en el mundo, una comisión de la verdad sobre la guerra colombiana adopta una definición sobre...
Published in: 50.50: OpinionForced abortions were reproductive violence, rules Colombian commission
In a world first, a truth commission reviewing Colombia’s war has adopted a definition for reproductive violence