Relatives are searching for 25,000 disappeared people at burial sites around the country.
A women’s singing group raises awareness of forced disappearance, of which there are more than 1,400 victims in Tumaco.
An update on the transitional justice system’s work in Casanare department.
A discussion of how the Inter-American Human Rights System can be employed for cases of forced disappearance.
A discussion of the work of the Unit for the Search for Disappeared Persons.
A discussion of the search for the disappeared in Bogotá and its environs.
Publicado por El Espectador Colombia 2020 el 28 de mayo de 2020.
An explanation of how the Unit for the Search for People Believed Disappeared, one of the agencies created by the peace accord, does its work.
A discussion of forced disappearance and how the search for the missing and reconstruction of memory are affected by COVID-19.
The Unit for the Search for Disappeared Persons, created by the 2016 peace accord, gives an update on its work so far.
An update on the work of the Unit for the Search for the Disappeared, established by the peace accords.
An update on the work of a committee of demobilized FARC fighters charged with finding people who were forcibly disappeared during the conflict.
An update on the post-conflict effort to search for disappeared persons, with Christoph Harnisch (Colombia chief, International Committee of the Red Cross), Luz Marina Monzón (Director, Unit for the Search for Disappeared Persons), and Lucía Osorno (Movement of Victims of State Crimes), moderated by Ginna Morelo (El Tiempo).
Concerns that burials of coronavirus victims may affect the identification and preservation of remains of people disappeared during the conflict.
A conversation with Luz Marina Monzón, director of the Unit for the Search for Disappeared People created by the peace accord, about how the Unit’s work is adjusting to the coronavirus emergency.
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.