The armed conflicts in colombia and venezuela and the human rights to the refuge in brazil: an analysis with gender representation

Nicole Garske Weber and Marli M. M. da Costa

Each year, the international environment shows an increasingly palpable growth of forced migration in the world. The countries Colombia and Venezuela are references when it comes to civil war, drug trafficking, guerrilla warfare, armed conflict and, consequently, human rights violations. One of the groups that suffer the most is women. Colombian and Venezuelan women find themselves in a situation where human mobility is an emergency survival factor, as civilian populations in warlike contexts are forced to flee their countries in order to survive or escape violations of their dignity. However, the road to Brazil ends up bringing frustrations to this group that faced the arduous path of migration, but still does not feel a member belonging to this place.

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