This time our destination was Mapiripan, a municipality in Meta, one of Colombia’s largest departments, in a region known as The Plain, where the main economic activities have traditionally been agriculture, cattle ranching and petroleum production. Continue reading About the land
It is still dark; the air is cold and moist because it had rained all night. Continue reading Twenty years of resistance
Before nightfall, a small group of men and women gathered in the waffe (port) of Turbo, to put candles in plastic cups and create improvised lanterns. Continue reading Return to freedom
Twenty years ago, the unimaginable happened in the settlement of Bijao, Cacarica (in the Bajo Atrato region, Chocó). Continue reading The Cacarica river basin is again in the midst of conflict and violence
The Association for Social Research and Action (Nomadesc) also accompanies urban communities who have been persecuted and been the victims of displacement by large-scale projects. Continue reading Jarillon Plan: Dignified resettlement for the inhabitants of the River Cauca?