Conversa 3 – Walking towards water governance in Colombia
In Colombia, various communities are walking this path – known as “the government of Water”. It is a way to self-govern and can be adopted by greater government entities.
This way of life continues despite the continuous colonising invasion that has been happening for 500 years. It is growing despite the global drive of extractivist economies, capitalism without limits and patriarchy.
In this third conversa, coordinated with Transition Colombia, we were joined by Denise Dueñas from the Muisca Oriente, Ati Quigua from the Sierra Nevada, Didier Chumuskay, native Mysak, Hernando Gómez Serrano from near Bogota, and Harrison Cuero Campaz from Buenaventura.