Discussion of a report about the conflict and the oil sector being delivered to the Truth Commission.
A message to the armed forces from the Truth Commission’s president following the military’s delivery of documents to the Commission.
A discussion of the conflict’s impact on Afro-descendant families in Colombia.
A discussion of how the armed conflict has affected Afro-descendant communities in Colombia’s eastern plains.
The Army delivers reports about the conflict to the Truth Commission.
A discussion of the humanitarian and security situation at the Colombia-Venezuela border.
Social leaders discuss this year’s increase in killings.
Colombia has suffered four massacres in the previous two weeks.
The transitional justice system orders government institutions to take concrete steps to protect ex-combatants.
A discussion of the Colombian government’s security crackdown during the 1978-1982 government of President Julio César Turbay.
The Comité de Solidaridad con los Presos Políticos delivers to the Truth Commission a report about a long-running case of forced displacement in Cesar.
A look at the aggressive coca eradication operation taking place in the Guayabero River region of south-central Colombia.
Examines the alleged responsibility of ex-president Álvaro Uribe and the armed forces for serious human rights abuses in Antioquia.
Illegal mining is worsening in Chocó’s Atrato River basin.
A former guerrilla recounts the FARC’s history of recruiting minors.
An interview about coca eradication and substitution with Pedro Arenas of Corporación Viso Mutop, former mayor of San José del Guaviare.
A top member of the FARC dissident group headed by former chief guerrilla negotiator Iván Márquez has been captured.
A discussion of how the armed conflict was lived in the Sumapaz region south of Bogotá.
A discussion of how urban security is changing as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The human rights group’s longtime director discusses risks to human rights, civil liberties, and peace accord implementation during the government’s response to COVID-19.
Vice-President Marta Lucía Ramírez gives an update about military cooperation with investigations into allegations of sexual abuse by soldiers.
A debate over whether the FARC has fulfilled its commitments under the 2016 peace accord.
Rep. Jim McGovern (D-Massachusetts) joins a panel to discuss human rights and U.S. military assistance to Colombia.
Maximum FARC party leader Rodrigo Londoño talks about transitional justice and the FARC’s past human rights crimes, including forced child recruitment, which the guerrillas are denying took place.
A discussion with social leaders from Colombia’s Pacific coast region.