A former guerrilla recounts the FARC’s history of recruiting minors.
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.
Legislative proposals seek to weaken the JEP and the Truth Commission.
An investigation into unscrupulous social media campaigns against the post-conflict transitional justice system.
A discussion of how best to ensure victims’ participation in transitional justice.
An update on the transitional justice system’s work in Casanare department.
Explaining the participation of civilian third parties accused of war crimes in the Special Jurisdiction for Peace.
Relatives of people kidnapped by the FARC 20 years ago learn, through the transitional justice system, what happened to their loved ones.
A discussion of the work of the Unit for the Search for Disappeared Persons.
Kidnap victims object strongly to FARC leader Rodrigo Londoño, in a JEP video, referring to kidnappings as “retentions.”
The former maximum leader of the AUC paramilitaries, extradited to the United States in 2008, has completed his U.S. prison term and may soon return to Colombia.
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.
An academic conversation about the balance between reconciliation and justice in Colombia’s post-conflict transitional justice system.
An interview with Special Jurisdiction for Peace (JEP) Magistrate Camilo Suárez about how the JEP is functioning during the coronavirus lockdown.
The Special Jurisdiction for Peace has been helping find bodies in Dabeiba, Antioquia, believed to be victims of “false positive” killings by the Colombian Army.