In focus: Cauca

Colombia has seen another spate of violence in Cauca with two massacres in a week. What has been happening?

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 dark side of Santa Marta

Armed gangs lurk in the shadows of Santa Marta, burning a farm for tourists to the ground in this tourist haven on the Colombian coast.

Climate Change: A challenge for Colombia’s campesinos

If, as predicted, temperatures in Colombia rise by 2.14°C by the end of the century, it’s those in rural areas who are most likely to be affected by climate change.

Humberto De La Calle: An unlikely rebel

Long-term politician and chief negotiator with the FARC Humberto de la Calle talks to us about peace, equality and nadaismo.

Migration: ‘Without us, the world would not turn’

The stories of caregivers who migrate to earn money to send home – leaving a care deficit in their own countries.

Has time run out for Colombia’s DC-3s?

The first DC-3 took to the air in 1935 and over 80 years later, about 800 are still going worldwide. Last week's tragic crash marks the end of an era.
Social leader killings

All part of a plan? Study throws light on social leader...

"The killing of civilian leaders is a tradition here. Something which in other countries would be considered a huge scandal is somehow normalised in Colombia," says the CCJ's Camilo Bonilla, co-ordinator of a ground breaking report into activist deaths.

The Inauguration of Nicolas Maduro according to Twitter

Nicolas Maduro speaking to the Supreme Tribunal of Justice in February 2017. (Photo courtesy of the Venezuelan government)
post conflict

Post Conflict: ‘War doesn’t distinguish faces, hearts, or skin colour’

We hear from Marcos, who joined the FARC at 18, who tells us in his own words about what peace means for him.