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There is concern that members of the armed forces and police involved in serious human rights violations in Colombia may evade justice.
A new report by the ABCColombia aid consortium shows why British companies risk "reputational damage" as part of the Colombia mining boom.
Regional and global church groups are working to bring “development, advocacy and conflict resolution” into the Colombian peace process.
An uncontacted tribe has been photographed from the air in an area of the Colombian Amazon increasingly invaded by illegal gold-miners and loggers in recent years.
Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos visits ministers and the Queen this week, with the country’s atrocious record under intense scrutiny.
A church-backed programme has been launched to assist victims of violence in Colombia, where internal armed conflict has affected over five million people.
As a new monitoring programme is launched, human rights groups claim that the number of "displaced people" in Colombia is close to 5 million.
Colombia has failed to tackle the lack of justice for women and girl survivors during the country's long-running armed conflict, says a new report.
The UN has launched a campaign to protect 35 indigenous tribes from extinction in Colombia.
Reformed church leaders are seeking renewed efforts to protect civilians in Colombia from violence, and a reduction in global arms production.