An update on the work of a committee of demobilized FARC fighters charged with finding people who were forcibly disappeared during the conflict.
Chocó-based ELN leader “Uriel” answers questions about responses to COVID-19, from Semana columnist Salud Hernández-Mora. Also interviewed: Human Rights Ombudsman Carlos Negret.
Analysis of the end of the ELN’s one-month ceasefire with Andrés Aponte (CINEP), César Grajales (Diakonia), Abid Manuel (Foro Interétnico de Chocó), and Professor Socorro Ramírez, moderated by Naryi Vargas.
Nancy tells how she has implemented her leadership and gender-related insights in the municipal nursery of Anorí, Antioquia.
Truth Commissioner Ángela Salazar, who focuses on the Pacific region, talks to youth leaders about work to build truth and memory.
A discussion of peace accord implementation during the time of coronavirus, with María Alejandra Vélez of the Universidad de los Andes, Kyle Johnson of the Kroc Institute, and Juan Carlos Garzón of the Fundación Ideas para la Paz.
An academic conversation about the balance between reconciliation and justice in Colombia’s post-conflict transitional justice system.
Colombia’s Truth Commission provides an update on its activities to date.
An update on armed-group activity and illicit economies in the conflictive region of Norte de Santander department, near the Venezuelan border.
A conversation about the ELN ceasefire and potential for peace talks, with experts Annette Idler, Kristian Herzbolheimer, Angelica Rettberg, Carlos Velandia, Luis Eduardo Celis, Juan Carlos Garzón, Steve Hege, and moderator Andreí Gómez-Suárez.
A meeting of a collective of women, victims of the conflict in Tolima and Valle del Cauca, to rebuild memory and build solidarity.
An update on the post-conflict effort to search for disappeared persons, with Christoph Harnisch (Colombia chief, International Committee of the Red Cross), Luz Marina Monzón (Director, Unit for the Search for Disappeared Persons), and Lucía Osorno (Movement of Victims of State Crimes), moderated by Ginna Morelo (El Tiempo).
Emilse, from Caquetá, tells how after eradicating her coca plants, she joined with several neighbors to grow food and develop productive animal breeding projects.
Alarms are sounding in Colombia’s poorest department about the arrival of coronavirus.
Concerns that burials of coronavirus victims may affect the identification and preservation of remains of people disappeared during the conflict.