A discussion of the M-19 guerrillas’ insurgency and late-1980s peace process, with former members.
A report from the Colombian Presidency’s stabilization and consolidation advisor, Emilio Archila, about implementation of the peace accord during the COVID-19 crisis.
An analysis of the possible beneficiaries of Colombian Army intelligence units’ illegal surveillance of journalists, politicians, rights defenders, and other officers.
In Anorí, Antioquia, Mirian tells how PASO Colombia’s Contingency Plan To Support Ex-coca Grower Families enabled her to receive the first formal payment of her life.
The Unit for the Search for Disappeared Persons, created by the 2016 peace accord, gives an update on its work so far.
A discussion of peace accord implementation amid the COVID-19 crisis, with Senator Iván Cepeda; Marco Romero of CODHES; Elena Ambrossi, a former member of the government peace negotiation team; Rodrigo Uprimny of DeJusticia; Representative Juanita Goebertus; Saúl Franco of the Truth Commission; and Representative Feliciano Valencia.
A panel discusses the security situation amid the coronavirus lockdown in Cauca and Nariño departments.
How art helps reveal the deeper causes of the conflict and mechanisms to resist it.
The Truth Commission sounds alarms about the potential effect of COVID-19 on indigenous communities in Colombia’s Amazon basin region.
A discussion of lighter sentences for members of guerrilla or criminal groups who turn themselves in.
Colombian Gen. Juan Carlos Correa, who heads U.S. Southern Command’s J-7/9 Directorate (Exercises and Coalition), talks with Southcom Commander Gen. Craig Faller about how the U.S. combatant command works with militaries around the region.
An update on the work of the Unit for the Search for the Disappeared, established by the peace accords.
A conversation about efforts to protect threatened social leaders, by indigenous leaders Aida Quilcué and Joe Sauca, Mateo Gómez of the human rights ombudsman’s office, and Cristian Llanos of CINEP, moderated by Juan Diego Restrepo of Verdad Abierta.
The security and human rights situation amid fighting between armed groups along the Colombia-Venezuela border.
An encounter between the chief of Colombia’s armed forces and journalists for whom the Army built a dossier of personal information.
An encounter between the chief of Colombia’s armed forces and a U.S. journalist for whom the Army built a dossier of personal information.
An analysis of the latest intelligence abuse scandal in the Colombian Army, revealed by Semana on May 1.
“Todo Bien,” an animated feature created by El Espectador‘s Colombia2020 project, tells the story of Antioquia’s Madres de la Candelaria.
Coverage of new revelations that Army intelligence has been carrying out illegal surveillance of reporters, NGOs, politicians, and other civilians.
El Espectador‘s Colombia2020 project explains the basics of the Truth Commission and its work.
Semana provides new evidence behind January 2020 revelations that Army intelligence has been carrying out illegal surveillance of reporters, NGOs, politicians, and other civilians.