A court grants an opposition legislator’s request for a list of those illegally targeted by army surveillance.
An update on the transitional justice system’s work in Casanare department.
A discussion of the experience of Afro-Descendant people who were forcibly displaced to Bogotá and its environs.
A discussion of how best to ensure victims’ participation in transitional justice.
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.
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.
An animated narrative of sexual violence committed by soldiers against an indigenous girl in Risaralda.
A discussion of the conflict and its victims in the Sumapaz region, south of Bogotá.
A discussion of the conflict’s origins, focused on the department of Tolima.
Victims of sexual violence in the conflict reflect on their processes a year after their first encounter with the Truth Commission.
A conversation about peace accord implementation with Victoria Sandino, one of the FARC’s five senators.
A discussion of how the Inter-American Human Rights System can be employed for cases of forced disappearance.
Several senators discuss revelations that Army personnel raped an indigenous girl in Risaralda.