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Week in Review: A difficult path to truth and remembrance
This week showed some of the different faces of transitional justice. In Colombia, a new peace accord was finally ratified, whilst Tunisia continued public hearings…
Peace and justice for Colombia?
In Colombia, FARC rebels and the government last week signed a revised peace deal to end half a decade of civil war. But the opposition…
Colombia Puts Civil War Archives Online
The archives of Colombia’s National Centre of Historic Remembrance (CNMH) were put online a month ago. They comprise just over 160,000 documents compiled over four…
The week in review: from Colombia to Burundi
Transitional justice does not always go smoothly with orderly procedures, exemplary trials and fair judgments. This is illustrated in Colombia, where, despite an agreement in…
Replacing Arms with Ideas in Colombia
Colombian political scientist Ariel Avila is a specialist on the country’s guerrilla movement. He talked to JusticeInfo about the last hurdles to overcome before a…
COLOMBIA’S PAIN THROUGH THE EYES OF AN ARTIST
Doris Salcedo, considered to be one of Colombia’s most important artists, only speaks rarely to the press. This solitude feeds her work, which is a…
IN COLOMBIA, “ONLY TRUTH WILL GUARANTEE NON-REPETITION”
José Antequera was five years old when his father was shot dead by a Colombian death squad. This young lawyer and founder of the HIJOS…