Café Pushkin still pushing for reintegration of former FARC members.

To find out more about the role that reintegration initiatives can play, The Bogotá Post spoke to César Jerez, the owner of Café Pushkin – a café that sources its products directly from various conflict zones in the country.

The Bogota Post presents its 2019 European Innovation Leaders in Colombia

As Colombia establishes its position as a global business leader, more innovators from around the globe are...

The Amazon is burning: Can Colombia save its forests?

As Brazil's forests burn, we ask: what's in store for Colombia's Amazon wilderness.

Multinational in Medellin partners to launch Talos Enterprise Blockchain

Talos Digital, a tech company with one of the largest international presences in Medellin, has teamed up...

Medellín innovation center Ruta N to partner with airline Viva Air

Ruta N, the innovation center supported by the city of Medellin, has entered into a partnership with...
Holberton School Software Engineers Colombia

Holberton School Medellín: Training the next generation of software engineers

Holberton School, Medellín. Photo by Sophie Foggin. The Holberton School, first established in San Francisco in 2016,...

Jaime Garzón: The day the laughter stopped

Jaime Garzón was assassinated on the streets of Bogotá 20 years ago today. Here we remember Colombia’s best-loved – and deeply missed – comedian.
El Testigo documentary armed conflict Colombia

British filmmaker offers a “meditation on forgiveness” in documentary on Colombian...

Kate Horne and Jesús Abad Colorado. British documentary filmmaker Kate Horne’s latest documentary film The...
Young boy holds up a water bottle with his new prosthetic arm

A Q&A with Adam Armfield, founder of e-NABLE Medellin: Reducing the...

A young boy holds up a water bottle with his new prosthetic arm (Photo courtesy of e-NABLE Medellin)

Colombian graffiti artist Ecks marks the spot

The very nature of street art means that, often, little is known about the artists behind it. The Bogotá Post had the pleasure of catching up with one of Bogotá’s most acclaimed street artists, Ecks, after he and his crew, Vertigo, returned from painting a six-storey mural in Amman, Jordan.