Vice-President Marta Lucía Ramírez gives an update about military cooperation with investigations into allegations of sexual abuse by soldiers.
A debate over whether the FARC has fulfilled its commitments under the 2016 peace accord.
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.
A discussion with social leaders from Colombia’s Pacific coast region.
Rep. Jim McGovern (D-Massachusetts) joins a panel to discuss human rights and U.S. military assistance to Colombia.
The Truth Commission hosts a discussion of forced coca eradication, with community leaders from Guaviare and Meta.
A discussion with a leader of a community from the Montes de María that suffered a major paramilitary massacre in 2000.
A profile of Sandra Ramírez, the FARC senator just named to the post of second vice-president of Colombia’s Senate.
A narco-criminal organization has taken control of politics and corruption in La Guajira, one of Colombia’s poorest departments.
Two panels, hosted by WOLA: a presentation of the latest Kroc Institute report on accord implementation, and a discussion with women, Afro-Descendant, indigenous, and LGBT+ leaders.
Legislative proposals seek to weaken the JEP and the Truth Commission.
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.
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)
An individual reputed to be an ELN member alias “Edward” appears in a video pledging allegiance to Nicolás Maduro.
A discussion of the challenges facing women victims’ activism with Claudia Quintero, director of the Corporación Anne Frank.