Guzmán: Colombia’s forgotten history of peace

Colombians negotiated a landmark peace agreement that slowly crumbled as the State was unable to live up to its promise of economic...

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Should we value qualifications over experience when elections come around?
Indigenous communities in Cauca are now in their 18th day of protest against the government.

Guzmán: Why they won’t stop protesting in Cauca

March for the defense of the JEP, Special Jurisdiction for peace in Spanish. Protestants march against the objections made by...

Too little, too late for one Venezuelan family

The story of Rosangela and her family – wheelchair-bound Rosangela died as the family tried to build a new life in Riohacha.
2015 Colombia Sporting Year in Review

In defense of women’s soccer

The Colombian National team is currently ranked 22nd in the FIFA Ranking and have qualified for two FIFA Women's World...

Guzmán: An unstoppable force meets an immovable object

Guaidó addresses a small crowd in Colombia after having arrived at Venezuela Live Aid on February 22, 2018. Photo by...

Opinion: No justice, no peace

Colombian President Iván Duque at a memorial service for victims of a car bombing in Bogotá last month. Photo by ...

Hidroituango or: The greatest project nobody wants to take responsibility for

Since April of 2018 the emergency around the Hidroituango project has kept national and local authorities on...

Opinion: Democracy dies in darkness

Photo by pixabay The past few weeks have been an industry frenzy for the press. Juan Pablo Bieri,...
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.