Two panels, hosted by WOLA: a presentation of the latest Kroc Institute report on accord implementation, and a discussion with women, Afro-Descendant, indigenous, and LGBT+ leaders.
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.
The grave situation of the Nukak people of Guaviare, who were first contacted in the 1980s, which has come under greater focus after allegations of military personnel committing sexual violence against a Nukak girl.
A brief overview of revelations of military personnel raping indigenous girls.
Military personnel allegedly raped a Nukak girl in Guaviare, the latest in a series of sexual assault allegations.
An animated narrative of sexual violence committed by soldiers against an indigenous girl in Risaralda.
Several senators discuss revelations that Army personnel raped an indigenous girl in Risaralda.
In Putumayo, Siona Indigenous leader Adiela Mera Paz works to demine her ancestral territory to make it possible for her people displaced by the armed conflict to return.
A look at the security challenges faced by the Siona people of Putumayo.
Launch of a report by victims’ groups about attacks on the Embera Chamí indigenous people of Riosucio, Caldas.
A discussion of the security and human rights situation in Cauca.
A discussion of factors driving the difficult security situation in Cauca department.
A discussion of the armed conflict in Afro-descendant and indigenous territories along Colombia’s Caribbean coast.
The Truth Commission sounds alarms about the potential effect of COVID-19 on indigenous communities in Colombia’s Amazon basin region.
A conversation about efforts to protect threatened social leaders, by indigenous leaders Aida Quilcué and Joe Sauca, Mateo Gómez of the human rights ombudsman’s office, and Cristian Llanos of CINEP, moderated by Juan Diego Restrepo of Verdad Abierta.
A portrayal of indigenous communities resisting mining projects in southern Córdoba department.
The ICRC expresses grave concern about displacement and confinement of indigenous and Afro-descendant populations in Chocó.