Social leaders discuss this year’s increase in killings.
Colombia has suffered four massacres in the previous two weeks.
Illegal mining is worsening in Chocó’s Atrato River basin.
A discussion of how urban security is changing as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
Report on an attack, believed by FARC dissidents, in northern Cauca.
A discussion of citizen security during the COVID-19 pandemic with Jerónimo Castillo of the Fundación Ideas para la Paz.
A discussion of potential measures to deal with an increase in common crime.
A look at the security challenges faced by the Siona people of Putumayo.
Afro-descendant communities along Chocó’s Atrato River fight to protect the river from the conflict’s effects.
A discussion with experts about the activities of Mexican criminal organizations in Colombia.
Reporting on a wave of ELN kidnappings in Arauca and Catatumbo.
A discussion of mining and environment-related violence with human rights defenders from the Bajo Cauca and southern Bolívar regions.
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 about security conditions along the Colombia-Venezuela border.
A panel discusses the security situation amid the coronavirus lockdown in Cauca and Nariño departments.
The security and human rights situation amid fighting between armed groups along the Colombia-Venezuela border.
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.
An update on armed-group activity and illicit economies in the conflictive region of Norte de Santander department, near the Venezuelan border.
An interview with the governor of Nariño after an armed group attacks an ambulance car.
Violence between paramilitaries and FARC dissidents in stateless rural areas displaced more than 800 people in Ituango, Antioquia.
A discussion of the current security reality in three conflictive zones.