Leaders pay tribute to the memory of the Truth Commissioner who passed away on August 7.
A tribute to the Truth Commissioner’s life and work, upon her death from COVID-19.
The conflict’s impact on land rights in the Caribbean region, especially on Afro-descendant populations.
Relatives are searching for 25,000 disappeared people at burial sites around the country.
Gladys Vargas forgives paramilitary leader “El Iguano” for the murder of her son.
A message to the armed forces from the Truth Commission’s president following the military’s delivery of documents to the Commission.
A discussion of the conflict’s impact on Afro-descendant families in Colombia.
The Army delivers reports about the conflict to the Truth Commission.
A discussion of how the armed conflict has affected Afro-descendant communities in Colombia’s eastern plains.
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.
A discussion of how the armed conflict was lived in the Sumapaz region south of Bogotá.
A discussion with social leaders from Colombia’s Pacific coast region.
A discussion with a leader of a community from the Montes de María that suffered a major paramilitary massacre in 2000.
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.
A discussion of Colombians who sought refuge from the conflict in Brazil.
A discussion of victimization of members of the security forces during the conflict.
A discussion of the conflict’s impact on Afro-Descendant communities in Antioquia, Caldas, Risaralda, and Quindío.
A women’s singing group raises awareness of forced disappearance, of which there are more than 1,400 victims in Tumaco.
More than 50 conflict victims are encamped outside the Procuraduría headquarters in Bogotá after being evicted in the middle of a pandemic.
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.
A discussion of non-repetition of the conflict, hosted by the Truth Commission.
Presentation of a report about the experience of women and young people in the the National Association of Campesinos (ANUC).