Dr Tatiana Sanchez Parra is Assistant Professor at the Pensar Institute of Social and Cultural Studies at Universidad Javeriana in Bogota, Colombia. Working at the intersection of feminist socio-legal studies, anthropology of violence, and medical anthropology, her research explores gender-based, sexual, and reproductive violence in contexts of war and political transition. Currently, she is part of the gender advisory committee of the Colombian Truth and Reconciliation Commission, for which she has co-authored of a report on forced motherhood. Dr Sanchez Parra is also a member of the international consultancy team in charge of writing the Colombian report on Opportunities for Reparations for Survivors of Conflict-Related Sexual Violence, for the Global Survivors Fund. In this conversation, we discuss the links between conflict and sexual violence in Colombia and its broader economic ties.