In 2006, we began to accompany a collective of women lawyers in Bucaramanga, the Luis Carlos Pérez Lawyers’ Collective (CCALP), which had been founded three years before. Continue reading 2006: Lawyer’s collective accompanies resistance in Catatumbo
Causes for concern are the wave of assassinations and the serious situation of risk that human rights defenders, social and political leaders are facing in Colombia and the rise of the neo-paramilitary phenomenon in Colombia during the beginning of the post-agreement phase of the peace process.
It is barely eight in the evening and darkness shrouds the banks of the River of Gold. Continue reading In Catatumbo they are organising to make peace meaningful
Catatumbo in the North of the Santander department, is a misunderstood and complex place, where the roots of the colombian conflict are still tangible. Continue reading The campesino struggle in Catatumbo
Catatumbo is one of those names and places that once known stays forever saved in the mind. Continue reading “Sing comrade sing!”