About La Casa de La Paz
Born out of the 2016 peace process in Colombia, Casa de la Paz in Bogotá is staffed by former FARC guerrillas, giving ex-combatants economic opportunities that, given their past, wouldn’t otherwise be available to them. For the mostly female leaders, Casa de la Paz offers the opportunity not only to tell their story, remember their history and work towards reconciliation, but also to fight for women’s rights and to establish more and more women leaders in positions defending human rights. The center is also home to La Trocha, a craft brewery, where after viewing the Museum of Armed Conflict, visitors can raise a toast to peace and reconciliation.
Travelers visiting Casa de la Paz can enjoy a tour of the center where they will have the opportunity through first-hand testimonies and stories to find out more about Colombia’s decades long armed conflict, as well as a beer tasting at La Trocha and a network of other services provided by ex-guerillas.
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