A book presentation about the environmental and cultural impacts of precious-metals mining on communities in Chocó.
Illegal mining is worsening in Chocó’s Atrato River basin.
A discussion with social leaders from Colombia’s Pacific coast region.
An interview with social leader Luis Ernesto Olave from Chocó department’s Bajo Baudó region, which is suffering intense combat between the ELN and the Gulf Clan.
Drawing from a June 2020 Comisión Colombiana de Juristas report on judicial bottlenecks faced by efforts to hold accountable the killers of social leaders, this discussion focuses on Chocó.
Afro-descendant communities along Chocó’s Atrato River fight to protect the river from the conflict’s effects.
Survivors of a notorious paramilitary attack in Chocó create a peace community, and now, a peace university.
Alarms are sounding in Colombia’s poorest department about the arrival of coronavirus.
A visit to a town in Panama whose population is mostly made up of Colombians who have fled violence.
The ICRC expresses grave concern about displacement and confinement of indigenous and Afro-descendant populations in Chocó.