The Quipu Project is a transmedia project on collective memory developed by a team of researchers, human rights activists and film producers in conjunction with civil society and different NGOs in Peru. The objective of the project is to give voice and seek justice for the men and women who were victims of a sterilization campaign carried out during the government of Alberto Fujimori, in which thousands of people, especially indigenous people living in rural areas of the country, were sterilized without their prior consent. This participatory space, besides hosting an online archive, is carried out through different technologies, which allows it to reach the rural areas of the country and that people who do not have internet access can report, share and listen to the testimonies through a toll-free telephone line. In turn, these stories of struggle and resilience have been broadcasted on local radios.
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- not backed by constitution nor legislation, nor by any governmental policy or program
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- democratic innovation yields no decision