Examines the alleged responsibility of ex-president Álvaro Uribe and the armed forces for serious human rights abuses in Antioquia.
Violence forces a community of former FARC combatants to abandon their former demobilization zone and relocate, with government assistance, elsewhere in Antioquia.
Violence has forced an entire community of demobilized guerrillas to vacate their former demobilization site in Antioquia. A panel discusses protection of excombatants.
A discussion of the conflict’s impact on Afro-Descendant communities in Antioquia, Caldas, Risaralda, and Quindío.
A family recounts the struggle for justice 30 years after a notorious massacre in Campamento, Antioquia.
In Anorí, Antioquia, Mirian tells how PASO Colombia’s Contingency Plan To Support Ex-coca Grower Families enabled her to receive the first formal payment of her life.
“Todo Bien,” an animated feature created by El Espectador‘s Colombia2020 project, tells the story of Antioquia’s Madres de la Candelaria.
Nancy tells how she has implemented her leadership and gender-related insights in the municipal nursery of Anorí, Antioquia.
Investigators from Colombia’s transitional justice tribunal have established that many bodies in a laboratory at the University of Antioquia are those of conflict victims. Something similar may be the case nationwide, wherever unidentified bodies are buried in cemeteries. Accompanies a Semana article.
Violence between paramilitaries and FARC dissidents in stateless rural areas displaced more than 800 people in Ituango, Antioquia.
The Special Jurisdiction for Peace has been helping find bodies in Dabeiba, Antioquia, believed to be victims of “false positive” killings by the Colombian Army.