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.
A discussion of how urban security is changing as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Analysts from prominent local think tanks voice concern about the health of Colombia’s democracy during COVID-19.
A panel of government, congressional, international, and civil-society representatives discusses implementing the Territorially Focused Development Plans (PDET) during the COVID-19 crisis.
A discussion of citizen security during the COVID-19 pandemic with Jerónimo Castillo of the Fundación Ideas para la Paz.
A conversation including UN and Inter-American Human Rights Commission officials and other experts about the crisis of Venezuelan migration.
A discussion of the challenges of implementing the peace accord during the COVID-19 emergency, with Emilio Archila, presidential advisor for Stabilization and Consolidation; Niels Annen, vice-minister of foreign relations of Germany; Francisco de Roux, president of the Truth Commission; Stefan Peters, director of the Instituto Colombo-Alemán para la Paz; and Laura Barrios of the Universidad del Rosario.
A report from the Colombian Presidency’s stabilization and consolidation advisor, Emilio Archila, about implementation of the peace accord during the COVID-19 crisis.
A discussion of peace accord implementation amid the COVID-19 crisis, with Senator Iván Cepeda; Marco Romero of CODHES; Elena Ambrossi, a former member of the government peace negotiation team; Rodrigo Uprimny of DeJusticia; Representative Juanita Goebertus; Saúl Franco of the Truth Commission; and Representative Feliciano Valencia.
The Truth Commission sounds alarms about the potential effect of COVID-19 on indigenous communities in Colombia’s Amazon basin region.
A panel discusses the security situation amid the coronavirus lockdown in Cauca and Nariño departments.
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.
Alarms are sounding in Colombia’s poorest department about the arrival of coronavirus.
Growing concerns about the spread of coronavirus in Colombia’s prison system.
A conversation about how to implement peace accord commitments amid the COVID-19 crisis, with Emilio Archila (Presidential Advisor for Stabilization and Consolidation); Ricardo Téllez / Rodrigo Granda (FARC), and Consuelo Corredor (CINEP).
A conversation with demobilized FARC guerrillas in Tolima who are manufacturing face masks during the COVID-19 crisis.
A government update highlighting steps taken to implement aspects of the peace accord, with emphasis on efforts amid the COVID-19 emergency.
An interview with the governor of Nariño after an armed group attacks an ambulance car.
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.
A conversation with Emilio Archila, the presidential advisor for stabilization and consolidation, about how programs to reintegrate excombatants are adjusting to the coronavirus crisis.
Fearing COVID-19 infection, prisoners in Bogotá’s La Modelo penitentiary protested conditions. Government forces, claiming an attempt to escape, killed 23 prisoners and wounded many more. The next day, relatives of prisoners gathered outside its gates.