Leaders pay tribute to the memory of the Truth Commissioner who passed away on August 7.
A tribute to the Truth Commissioner’s life and work, upon her death from COVID-19.
The conflict’s impact on land rights in the Caribbean region, especially on Afro-descendant populations.
A book presentation about the environmental and cultural impacts of precious-metals mining on communities in Chocó.
A discussion of the conflict’s impact on Afro-descendant families in Colombia.
A discussion of how the armed conflict has affected Afro-descendant communities in Colombia’s eastern plains.
Two panels, hosted by WOLA: a presentation of the latest Kroc Institute report on accord implementation, and a discussion with women, Afro-Descendant, indigenous, and LGBT+ leaders.
A discussion of the conflict’s impact on Afro-Descendant communities in Antioquia, Caldas, Risaralda, and Quindío.
A conversation with northern Cauca social leader Hector Marino Carabalí.
A discussion of the experience of Afro-Descendant people who were forcibly displaced to Bogotá and its environs.
Afro-descendant communities along Chocó’s Atrato River fight to protect the river from the conflict’s effects.
Launch of a report about the experience of Afro-Descendant women during the armed conflict.
A discussion of the armed conflict in Afro-descendant and indigenous territories along Colombia’s Caribbean coast.
A discussion of violence committed against Afro-Descendant, indigenous, and raizal populations in Colombia’s Caribbean.
The ICRC expresses grave concern about displacement and confinement of indigenous and Afro-descendant populations in Chocó.