A discussion of the Colombian government’s security crackdown during the 1978-1982 government of President Julio César Turbay.
A former guerrilla recounts the FARC’s history of recruiting minors.
Examines the alleged responsibility of ex-president Álvaro Uribe and the armed forces for serious human rights abuses in Antioquia.
The human rights group’s longtime director discusses risks to human rights, civil liberties, and peace accord implementation during the government’s response to COVID-19.
Vice-President Marta Lucía Ramírez gives an update about military cooperation with investigations into allegations of sexual abuse by soldiers.
A discussion with social leaders from Colombia’s Pacific coast region.
Maximum FARC party leader Rodrigo Londoño talks about transitional justice and the FARC’s past human rights crimes, including forced child recruitment, which the guerrillas are denying took place.
Rep. Jim McGovern (D-Massachusetts) joins a panel to discuss human rights and U.S. military assistance to Colombia.
A discussion with a leader of a community from the Montes de María that suffered a major paramilitary massacre in 2000.
A narco-criminal organization has taken control of politics and corruption in La Guajira, one of Colombia’s poorest departments.
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.
This 2014 Simón Bolívar prize documentary, now shared on YouTube, features the struggle for justice of relatives of military “false positives” victims. (Versión en español)
A discussion of the challenges facing women victims’ activism with Claudia Quintero, director of the Corporación Anne Frank.
Mostly non-Latin American migrants pass through Colombia and then on to the very dangerous Darién Gap of Panama.
The Nukak Makú people of Guaviare, who were first contacted in the 1980s, have been hit hard by the armed conflict, including a recent case of sexual abuse by soldiers.
A discussion of mounting allegations of sexual violence committed by military personnel.
Gen. Jaime Lasprilla, a former commander of Colombia’s army, denies that a recent spate of cases of sexual violence represents a systematic problem within the armed forces.
Presentation of a report about paramilitary massacres in the Montes de María region in 2000 and 2001, and the military’s role.
A discussion of land tenure and the campesino movement.
Nancy Patricia Gutiérrez, the Colombian Presidency’s advisor for human rights, gives a presentation about killings of social leaders.
Another allegation of military sexual abuse, this time involving marines in Putumayo.
A discussion of non-repetition of the conflict, hosted by the Truth Commission.
One of several allegations of recent military sexual abuse, in this case of an indigenous girl in Risaralda.
A conversation with northern Cauca social leader Hector Marino Carabalí.
Colombia’s Army announces the firing of 31 soldiers alleged to have been involved in sexual abuse of minors.