An update on the transitional justice system’s work in Casanare department.
A discussion of how best to ensure victims’ participation in transitional justice.
A discussion of the experience of Afro-Descendant people who were forcibly displaced to Bogotá and its environs.
A court grants an opposition legislator’s request for a list of those illegally targeted by army surveillance.
A look at the psychological profile of soldiers who have committed an alarming number of cases of sexual abuse around the country.
Military personnel allegedly raped a Nukak girl in Guaviare, the latest in a series of sexual assault allegations.
An animated narrative of sexual violence committed by soldiers against an indigenous girl in Risaralda.
The high counselor for post-conflict issues, Emilio Archila, and the governing party’s head and former president, Álvaro Uribe, have a public disagreement over Cuba’s role in the peace process.
A discussion of the conflict and its victims in the Sumapaz region, south of Bogotá.
A discussion of how the Inter-American Human Rights System can be employed for cases of forced disappearance.
A conversation about peace accord implementation with Victoria Sandino, one of the FARC’s five senators.
Victims of sexual violence in the conflict reflect on their processes a year after their first encounter with the Truth Commission.
A discussion of the conflict’s origins, focused on the department of Tolima.
A discussion of citizen security during the COVID-19 pandemic with Jerónimo Castillo of the Fundación Ideas para la Paz.
Explaining the participation of civilian third parties accused of war crimes in the Special Jurisdiction for Peace.
Several senators discuss revelations that Army personnel raped an indigenous girl in Risaralda.
A discussion with the director of Colombia’s Geographic Institute of the cadaster—national mapping of lands and landholdings—being carried out in compliance with a peace accord commitment.
Drawing from a June 2020 Comisión Colombiana de Juristas report on judicial bottlenecks faced by efforts to hold accountable the killers of social leaders, this discussion focuses on Chocó.
Launch of a report on coca substitution alternatives, the product of a collaboration between a journalist and a scholar/expert.
A former paramilitary leader and former FARC leader get to know each other.
A look at the effort that goes into manual coca eradication.
A discussion of potential measures to deal with an increase in common crime.
In Putumayo, Siona Indigenous leader Adiela Mera Paz works to demine her ancestral territory to make it possible for her people displaced by the armed conflict to return.
Drawing from a June 2020 Comisión Colombiana de Juristas report on judicial bottlenecks faced by efforts to hold accountable the killers of social leaders, this discussion focuses on Córdoba.