Urabá is always thought of as something of a lawless region, marked by endemic violence and fought over by the armed groups in the conflict. Continue reading Urabá, a contemporary history of violence and territory
Dawn has yet to break. It’s five in the morning and we are leaving our house in Apartado, Uraba, heading for the Jiguamiando River basin, to the Humanitarian Zone of Nueva Esperanza. Continue reading Yearning for peace, back to war?
“The situation we have at the moment is critical,” states Erasmo Sierra, a strong man of 74 years old, who has been with his wife Agrepina for 47 years. Continue reading We arrived to stay
Among the most severe attacks against the Curbaradó and Jiguamiandó communities in 2016, the following are worthy of note: Continue reading Curbaradó and Jiguamiandó: 2016
Between 1996 and 1997, the Lower Atrato communities were the victims of military and paramilitary operations which caused the mass displacement of more than 70% of the population, murders, torture and disappearances. Continue reading Land restitution in the Curbarado river basin