This example is in charge of guiding and proposing the formulation of public policies, plans, programs and projects in the quest to promote equality and gender justice in Colombia.
During this government, the ministry will have an inclusive, regional and consultative approach and will be a space in which all women fit into their diversity, the Colombian vice-president emphasized.
In this sense, it will formulate its policies from bases in open and permanent dialogue with women across regions of the country, he said.
Additionally, it will lay the foundation for the creation of a new equality ministry and national care system.
Similarly, it will advance the formulation and implementation of policies, programs and plans aimed at guaranteeing sexual and reproductive rights and the rights of the LGBTIQ+ population, ethnic-regional women, farmer women, women with disabilities and girls. , teens and older adults.
The ministry will also endeavor to ensure that girls across the country take maximum ownership of areas such as science, technology, culture and sports and these are safe spaces for them to develop their lives in freedom and autonomy. Move effectively to bridge the gender gap.
The main focus of its work will be economic autonomy of women, women free from violence, sexual and reproductive justice, agenda related to women, justice, peace and security.
In addition, the national care system and the female protector of life and caretaker of the field.
Clemence Carabali Rodalega is a social leader, a defender of human rights in general and women’s and ethno-regional rights in particular.
In 2019, he received the National Award for Defending Human Rights in Colombia in the “Defender of the Year” category, and in 2022, he received the Woodrow Wilson Award for Public Service from the National Center for Scholars in the United States.