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After participating in a youth exchange in June 2023, youth leaders from the Amazonia in Bolivia, Colombia and Suriname proposed three strategic actions to be included in programmes in the region. The actions relate to knowledge, inclusion and incidence and well-being.
The course "Challenges and opportunities in energy transition and the autonomy of communities in Caquetá" began a few days ago in Florencia. This initiative gathers 18 organizations and communities from the region. Almost 30 persons from different municipalities, including campesino and indigenous representatives, as well as women, youths, students and LGBTIQ movements participated in this dialogue.