‘Weaving resistance from mountain to mountain’: Peasant-to-peasant dialogue about traditional knowledge from an ethno-educational and oral perspective, to train 14–16-year-old students as record keepers, weavers and curators of collective memories and traditional practices.
History Education

Diana Paola Herrera Núñez

Lawyer specializing in constitutional and administrative law at the National University of Colombia. Founder and current Vice-President of the Fundación Dignidad Campesina de Colombia. As a female leader in the foundation, she has been developing projects with peasant, indigenous and vulnerable communities nationwide for seven years.

She currently works as an Assistant to the Legislative Technical Unit of the Colombian Senate and as a legal advisor in the General Judicial Secretariat for the Peace Special Jurisdiction (JEP, in Spanish).  In addition, she has five years of experience in the public sector and two years of experience in the private sector, and she is a volunteer in the National Youth Network for the Environment of Colombia.




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