Finds that failures to implement the peace accord are endangering the lives of human rights defenders.
A data-driven report measures compliance with peace accord commitments.
A very critical book-length set of studies and essays about the human rights and peace implementation situation two years into the Duque government.
A look at compliance in peace accord commitments and the security situation in Guaviare, a department in south-central Colombia with a heavy presence of FARC dissident groups.
As Iván Duque hits the midpoint of his presidential term, an overview of Colombia’s political and economic reality.
Outlines the current challenges of Colombia’s peace process, across the board, and makes recommendations for U.S. policy.
The fourth report on accord implementation from Notre Dame’s Kroc Institute, which the peace accord gives a role in monitoring and verification.
An English executive summary of the fourth report on accord implementation from Notre Dame’s Kroc Institute, which the peace accord gives a role in monitoring and verification.
A book-length review of FARC compliance with its peace accord commitments, by the ex-guerrillas’ representatives to the joint verification commission CSIVI.
The think tank affiliated with the FARC political party looks at budgeting for implementation of the first and costliest chapter (“rural reform”) of the 2016 peace accord.
The think tank affiliated with the FARC party responds to findings published in the March 26, 2020 UN Secretary General report on peace implementation.
A detailed look at how the participatory elements of peace accord implementation have been working.
A report from a think tank affiliated with the FARC political party alleges that the Territorially Focused Development Programs (PDET) are departing from the vision foreseen in the peace accords’ first chapter.
An investigation of what COVID-19 might mean for the balance between armed and criminal groups; the humanitarian situation; migration and borders; social protest; the security forces; and implementation of the peace accord.
A look at the state of financing for the Territorially Focused Development Programs (PDET) foreseen in the peace accords’ first chapter, by a think tank affiliated with the FARC party.
“The half-hearted implementation of the peace agreement and the persistence of violence suggest a grim outlook.”