A sad, intimate portrait of a family’s reverse migration from Colombia back to Venezuela during the coronavirus pandemic.
Of 7,491 complaints of police abuse in Bogotá since 2016, no police agent has even been indicted, much less convicted.
Revelations in the transitional justice system about links between paramilitary groups and coal mining companies in northeastern Colombia.
A profile of Gen. (Ret.) Mario Montoya and the legacy of the “False Positives” human rights scandal.
The authors find that accountability over the ex-president’s human rights record is important for peace, and urge U.S. support for it.
A synthesis, based on three recent oversight reports, of 10 ways that peace accord implementation is falling short of its gender focus goals.
Documents increasing attacks against members of a leftist political movement.
People forcibly disappeared during the armed conflict may be among 5,600 unidentified bodies interred in Bogotá’s cemeteries.
An account of a paramilitary massacre in an indigenous community in San Marcos, Sucre.
Part of a four-part series on the security situation, and related human rights and environmental harms, in Guaviare department. A profile of an environmental defender assassinated in 2017.
The newspaper obtains 24,000 audios from the Fiscalía that shed harsh new light on the drug trafficking case against a former FARC negotiator.
A community in southwest Meta department seeks to resist FARC dissident groups and government forced eradication teams by declaring a “humanitarian space.”
An overview of the state of affairs as Colombia edges closer to restarting a controversial U.S.-backed program of aerial herbicide fumigation.
A look at how the transitional justice system is working through Case 07, covering the FARC’s recruitment of children within its ranks.