A discussion of the conflict and its victims in the Sumapaz region, south of Bogotá.
Victims of sexual violence in the conflict reflect on their processes a year after their first encounter with the Truth Commission.
A discussion of the conflict’s origins, focused on the department of Tolima.
A discussion of the experience of conflict victims who were forced to become refugees in other countries.
A discussion of institutional reforms during the conflict in Huila department.
A discussion of the 1985 Palace of Justice attack and counter-attack with former members of the M-19 guerrillas.
Two Truth Commissioners discuss their work upon the launch of a new study.
Launch of a report by victims’ groups about attacks on the Embera Chamí indigenous people of Riosucio, Caldas.
A presentation and discussion of the causes and impacts of sexual violence during the conflict in the Caribbean region.
Launch of a report about the experience of Afro-Descendant women during the armed conflict.
A discussion of forced disappearance and how the search for the missing and reconstruction of memory are affected by COVID-19.
A dialogue about the causes and impacts of sexual violence in Arauca.
A discussion of challenges facing non-repetition guarantees for victims of violence against women in Norte de Santander.
A discussion of the security and human rights situation in Cauca.
A discussion of the M-19 guerrillas’ insurgency and late-1980s peace process, with former members.
A discussion of violence committed against Afro-Descendant, indigenous, and raizal populations in Colombia’s Caribbean.
A discussion of the armed conflict in Afro-descendant and indigenous territories along Colombia’s Caribbean coast.
How art helps reveal the deeper causes of the conflict and mechanisms to resist it.
El Espectador‘s Colombia2020 project explains the basics of the Truth Commission and its work.
Truth Commissioner Ángela Salazar, who focuses on the Pacific region, talks to youth leaders about work to build truth and memory.
Colombia’s Truth Commission provides an update on its activities to date.
An interview with Truth Commission member Alejandra Miller about how the Commission is working during the coronavirus lockdown.