An account, based on fieldwork, of how the coca economy is oppressing indigenous and Afro-descendant communities in Cauca.
The COVID-19 pandemic is hitting Afro-desdendant and indigenous communities especially hard.
Outlines the current challenges of Colombia’s peace process, across the board, and makes recommendations for U.S. policy.
An analysis of the debate over prior consultation with communities that has delayed re-starting of a U.S.-backed aerial herbicide fumigation in coca-growing areas.
A look at the living conditions of Afro-descendant people displaced to Meta, in Colombia’s eastern plains.
The story of displacement and resistance of Afro-descendant, indigenous, and campesino communities along the Naya River, which forms the border between Valle del Cauca and Cauca departments.
A look at the work of, and severe threats faced by, social leaders in Cauca, the department of Colombia where more leaders have been killed than anywhere else.
An in-depth look at the security and human rights situation in Chocó, where Afro-descendant and indigenous communities are caught amid fighting between the ELN and the Gulf Clan.
“Boys, girls, and adolescents in indigenous reserves and Afro-Colombian community councils are those most pursued” by the ELN and the Gulf Clan paramilitaries in Chocó.