Teachers mobilize demanding security and guarantees for lives and physical well-being of the teachers as well as social and trade union leaders
Colombian president Ivan Duque accused authorities of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela of aiding the latest FARC dissident group. Venezuela is organizing military exercises in the light of Duque’s allegations
Citing the violation of the peace agreements and the human rights crisis, leaders of the demobilized Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia Iván Márquez and Jesús Santrich announced a return to armed struggle
The decision to send the military came after Bolsonaro became the target of international outrage against government inaction.
After the attack on the Indigenous Guardia on August 10, organizations are demanding that the government of Iván Duque take steps to stop the genocide of Colombia’s Indigenous people
Thousands will march today in defense of social leaders in over 100 cities in Colombia and in more than 30 cities worldwide
In this episode we discuss pride marches, protests against ICE in the US and the 49th Assembly of the Organization of American States in Colombia
The representatives of several countries cited that the presence of the delegation violates the organization’s norms.
After minutes of being freed from La Picota Prison, a nearly unconscious Santrich was re-arrested under orders of the Attorney General of Colombia
In this episode, Peoples Dispatch takes a look into the arrest of activists at the the Venezuelan embassy in the United States, commemoration of Nakba, and the march in Colombia in which millions took part.
More than 50,000 people mobilized in defense of the Santurbán páramo and against the gold mining project of the company Sociedad Minera de Santander-Minesa