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Founders

Founders

Mario Guilombo

CO-CHAIR OF THE BOARD AND CO-FOUNDER OF COHURIDELA

Mario Guilombo
Mario is a lawyer and a human rights defender who graduated from the Nueva Granada Military University with studies in human rights and international human rights, Security and Police Sciences, Forensic Sciences, Social Work, Psychology, International Women’s Health and Human Rights ( Stanford University), Children’s Human Rights (University de Genève), Course on the Inter-American System for the Protection of Human Rights (Washington College of the Law)

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Lilian Julieth Guilombo

Co-Founder & President and Chief Executive Officer

Lilian Julieth Guilombo
For most of Lilian Julieth life has been an active participant in the non-profit sector, as a volunteer, as a youth Human Rights Program Director, as a community organizer, a volunteer coordinator, and a board member; also for those who are already working in the non-profit and voluntary sector. Founder and Youth Human Rights Program Director Lilian Julieth Guilombo is a recognized young human Rights Defender, and social and communitarian volunteer worker with several years in different programs of our communities. She promotes human rights as a youth communitarian hard worker.

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Liliana Angarita

CO-CHAIR OF THE BOARD & CO-FOUNDER OF COHURIDELA

Liliana Angarita
After escaping from a deadly persecution, our five-year-old daughter was critically wounded and her legs broken by criminals who tried to kill us, and then we were welcomed by Canada, which has protected our family,” Angarita says gratefully. “[Hence] my new life is dedicated to serving our communities, teaching those who arrive here their rights and responsibilities. In 2003, Liliana co-founded Casa de las Americas, to help new arrivals to Canada who had similar experiences to hers. In 2004, she co-founded the Collective Human Rights Defender Laura Acosta Corporation.

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COHURIDELA

COHURIDELA strives to ensure that all the rights inherent to the human dignity of the families are respected, so that they can live in peace and justice and that everyone who is part of the community contributes in building this society without discrimination, free from racism and on equal terms. 

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