Video accompanying a Semana article about guerrilla dissidents’ expulsion of all park rangers from a wilderness area in and around eastern Caquetá department; content is mainly an interview with Rodrigo Botero, director of the Fundación Conservación y Desarrollo.
Two women from Putumayo talk about how coca cultivation and related violence have affected their lives, and their leadership of efforts to turn away from the crop.
Presentation of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights’ annual report on the situation in Colombia.
A visit to a town in Panama whose population is mostly made up of Colombians who have fled violence.
Proceedings of a panel discussion with visiting winners of Colombia’s 2019 National Prize for the Defense of Human Rights. (También disponible en español.)
Retired Army Gen. Henry Medina talks to Juan Manuel Ospina about Colombia’s military and its role in society.
Violence between paramilitaries and FARC dissidents in stateless rural areas displaced more than 800 people in Ituango, Antioquia.
The Special Jurisdiction for Peace has been helping find bodies in Dabeiba, Antioquia, believed to be victims of “false positive” killings by the Colombian Army.
The ICRC expresses grave concern about displacement and confinement of indigenous and Afro-descendant populations in Chocó.
A discussion panel analyzes the ELN’s declared “armed stoppage” of February 14-17, 2020.
A discussion of the current security reality in three conflictive zones.
An interview with drug policy expert Juan Carlos Garzón of the Fundación Ideas para la Paz.
Profiles of brave Colombian journalists and the threats and attacks they face in the exercise of their profession.
A review of the state of press freedom in Colombia, produced to coincide with the latest annual report of the Fundación para la Libertad de Prensa.