Questions surrounding the archconservative ruling-party senator, a leading opponent of the 2016 peace accord and ally of large landowners.
A tribute to the Truth Commissioner’s life and work, upon her death from COVID-19.
Leaders pay tribute to the memory of the Truth Commissioner who passed away on August 7.
A discussion of the political outlook at the midpoint of President Iván Duque’s term.
The conflict’s impact on land rights in the Caribbean region, especially on Afro-descendant populations.
An interview with the senator against whom ex-president Álvaro Uribe allegedly sought to convince witnesses to give false testimony.
An overview of the charges against ex-president Álvaro Uribe, which have led to the Supreme Court ordering that he be held under house arrest while his case proceeds.
A book presentation about the environmental and cultural impacts of precious-metals mining on communities in Chocó.
Relatives are searching for 25,000 disappeared people at burial sites around the country.
Gladys Vargas forgives paramilitary leader “El Iguano” for the murder of her son.
A message to the armed forces from the Truth Commission’s president following the military’s delivery of documents to the Commission.
Discussion of a report about the conflict and the oil sector being delivered to the Truth Commission.
A discussion of the conflict’s impact on Afro-descendant families in Colombia.
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 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.
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.
A discussion of the Colombian government’s security crackdown during the 1978-1982 government of President Julio César Turbay.
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.