Medellín, a city of complex contradictions, is our first pop-up location. Once given the moniker the "world's most dangerous city," Medellín has a fraught relationship with security, safety, and crime that disproportionately affects its youth.
A city of recognized international influence, Geneva is the birthplace of international humanitarian law (i.e. the Geneva Conventions) and the meeting place of the UN Human Rights Council (HRC), as well as a financial and diplomatic center with a political and economic role in the world.
Cúcuta is a regional Colombian capital city that lies on the physical and social frontier of the country. Considered mid-sized for Colombian standards, the destiny of its nearly 1 million inhabitants has been closely tied to the geopolitical intricacies and tensions between Colombia and Venezuela.