Andrés París interview: Former FARC chief weighs in on Colombian peace...

Former FARC chief Andrés Paris (left) pictured with Jesús Santrich. Picture provided by Andrés Paris. In a...
Untouchables , Bogotá quirks, Colombia contradictions

The Untouchables: getting a revisión técnica for your car

Gerald Barr begins his new column on some of the curiosities and contradictions of life in Colombia with an exhausting journey

Colombian startup VICO selected for the 10th batch of 500 Startups...

VICO, a Colombian startup helping students and young professionals with housing, was selected this week into 500...
One litre of light Project

Un Litro de Luz: Rays of hope in Colombia’s poorest homes

One enterprising Colombian is helping to brighten up the lives of some of the poorest communities in the country. In 2011, 29-year old Camilo Jose...
Fundación Buen Punto, Surfing Choco Colombia

Nuquí: Our very own Newquay

Olly West finds out about Club de Surf de Chocó in Termales, a small community that is making waves in a sport little known...

The Bogotá Post presents its Top 10 UI/ UX design companies...

Take a look at some of the hottest UI/UX design companies in Latin America.
Mocoa

Daily life in Mocoa: One month and counting

Mocoa resident Rocío Ortiz discusses the day-to-day struggles to rebuild and move on after landslides destroyed much of Putumayo’s capital city.

Vis-à vis visas

Getting a visa, or knowing which visa to get, can be a big headache for foreigners in Colombia. The visa system has changed a lot in recent years but can still be challenging and even downright frustrating. We give you everything you need to know.
Pope Francis in Colombia

Land of Pope and glory

Pope Francis is set to visit Colombia next month on a four-day tour which will take him to Bogotá, Villavicencio, Medellín and Cartagena. He will fly into the capital on September 6 and return to Rome from the coast on the 11th.

Victima y victimario: A prison in Bello and its restorative justice...

Within communities in Medellin crippled by recurring cycles of crime, a prison in Bello continues its programs of restorative justice by bringing together victims...