A discussion of mounting allegations of sexual violence committed by military personnel.
A discussion of land tenure issues and rural policy in Cauca.
Gen. Jaime Lasprilla, a former commander of Colombia’s army, denies that a recent spate of cases of sexual violence represents a systematic problem within the armed forces.
More than 50 conflict victims are encamped outside the Procuraduría headquarters in Bogotá after being evicted in the middle of a pandemic.
Presentation of a report about paramilitary massacres in the Montes de María region in 2000 and 2001, and the military’s role.
Another allegation of military sexual abuse, this time involving marines in Putumayo.
Nancy Patricia Gutiérrez, the Colombian Presidency’s advisor for human rights, gives a presentation about killings of social leaders.
A discussion of land tenure and the campesino movement.
A discussion of non-repetition of the conflict, hosted by the Truth Commission.
Presentation of a report about the experience of women and young people in the the National Association of Campesinos (ANUC).
One of several allegations of recent military sexual abuse, in this case of an indigenous girl in Risaralda.
A short film about the effort to recover memory of victims in Meta department’s Alto Ariari region.
A conversation with a former AUC commander and a former ELN commander who have developed a friendship after leaving the conflict behind.
A Bogotá meeting between mothers of soldiers killed in combat and former women members of the FARC leads to a reconciliation process.
An overview of the U.S. military training deployment that arrived in Colombia in late May and early June 2020.
A conversation with northern Cauca social leader Hector Marino Carabalí.
Mothers of soldiers killed in combat and ex-FARC leaders discuss a reconciliation process.
Social leaders and European diplomats discuss protection measures and the international community’s role.
Colombia’s Army announces the firing of 31 soldiers alleged to have been involved in sexual abuse of minors.
A court suspends a large U.S. military training deployment to Colombia, and the government appeals.
Poor squatters are violently evicted from land on the outskirts of Soacha, near Bogotá.
Authorities give a press conference about the capture of ELN members involved in the January 2019 bombing of the National Police cadet school in Bogotá.
The 12th anniversary of the Colombian Army’s rescue of 15 hostages.
Another case of alleged military sexual abuse, this time in Huila.
New arrests in the case of the ELN’s January 2019 bombing of the Colombian Police academy in Bogotá.