Colombia has suffered four massacres in the previous two weeks.
A discussion of lighter sentences for members of guerrilla or criminal groups who turn themselves in.
A panel discusses the security situation amid the coronavirus lockdown in Cauca and Nariño departments.
The security and human rights situation amid fighting between armed groups along the Colombia-Venezuela border.
A discussion of peace accord implementation during the time of coronavirus, with María Alejandra Vélez of the Universidad de los Andes, Kyle Johnson of the Kroc Institute, and Juan Carlos Garzón of the Fundación Ideas para la Paz.
An update on armed-group activity and illicit economies in the conflictive region of Norte de Santander department, near the Venezuelan border.
A look at the security and drug-trafficking situation in the remote zone where Peru borders Colombia, where Peru’s government has declared a state of emergency. Video accompanies an article and multimedia presentation by the Peruvian newspaper El Comercio.
Video accompanying a Semana article about guerrilla dissidents’ expulsion of all park rangers from a wilderness area in and around eastern Caquetá department; content is mainly an interview with Rodrigo Botero, director of the Fundación Conservación y Desarrollo.
Violence between paramilitaries and FARC dissidents in stateless rural areas displaced more than 800 people in Ituango, Antioquia.
A discussion panel analyzes the ELN’s declared “armed stoppage” of February 14-17, 2020.
A discussion of the current security reality in three conflictive zones.
Video accompanying a Fundación Ideas para la Paz report about the ELN’s current capabilities and prospects for renewed negotiations.
A look at Antioquia’s conflictive Bajo Cauca region, where one of the main armed actors is a breakaway paramilitary organization called the “Caparrapos.” Part of a multimedia presentation.
WOLA’s Adam Isacson delivers a Broad International Lecture on the conflict, U.S. policy, Plan Colombia, the peace process, and today’s security challenges.