As the year draws to a close, we look back at the most important numbers of 2019.
Clouds of tear gas enveloped the Universidad Nacional as ESMAD riot police try to clear the protestors.
Kroc Institute reports that 42% of gender commitments in Colombia’s 2016 peace agreement have not yet been started, compared with 27% overall.
Professors democratise knowledge with free public event.
Indigenous groups and Guardia Indígena arrived in the capital in recent days ready to participate in the third national strike.
Strike leaders announce ‘El Paro sigue’ after meeting with the government does not reach consensus on key issues.
Steven Gutiérrez was an eyewitness to the fatal wounding of Dilan Cruz, a young student shot with anti-riot ammunition by ESMAD. Since denouncing the attack Gutiérrez has received death threats. He speaks to The Bogotá Post.
We dip into the national conversation with a look at what was talked about in yesterday’s environmental discussion.
Conversatorio Mujeres Poderosas brings powerhouse women in journalism head-to-head
How this peaceful protest method originated and how bogotanos are making it their own.