Kidnap victims object strongly to FARC leader Rodrigo Londoño, in a JEP video, referring to kidnappings as “retentions.”
Publicado por El Espectador Colombia 2020 el 28 de mayo de 2020.
An explanation of how the Unit for the Search for People Believed Disappeared, one of the agencies created by the peace accord, does its work.
A discussion of the armed conflict in Afro-descendant and indigenous territories along Colombia’s Caribbean coast.
The Unit for the Search for Disappeared Persons, created by the 2016 peace accord, gives an update on its work so far.
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.
Tweet: “Two restitution measures and one satisfaction measure contemplated in the comprehensive reparation plan, will be implemented in La Gabarra township, Tibú municipality, Norte de Santander, one of the populations most affected by the armed conflict.”
An update on the work of the Unit for the Search for the Disappeared, established by the peace accords.
“Todo Bien,” an animated feature created by El Espectador‘s Colombia2020 project, tells the story of Antioquia’s Madres de la Candelaria.
El Espectador‘s Colombia2020 project explains the basics of the Truth Commission and its work.
An update on the work of a committee of demobilized FARC fighters charged with finding people who were forcibly disappeared during the conflict.
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.
The story of displacement and resistance of Afro-descendant, indigenous, and campesino communities along the Naya River, which forms the border between Valle del Cauca and Cauca departments.
An academic conversation about the balance between reconciliation and justice in Colombia’s post-conflict transitional justice system.
A virtual museum exhibit about past struggles of the free press in Colombia. With initial features on Arauca, Caquetá, and Córdoba.