Two political prisoners from Colombia and Palestine were released this past week in a major victory for people’s movements
Mobilizations will continue in Colombia over the next couple of days to demand an end to Ivan Duque’s anti-people policies and against the lack of political will to address the urgent and pressing issue of violence against communities.
This weekend, between November 13 & 15, twelve Colombians including two minors were assassinated by illegal paramilitary groups and national security officials
The agreements between the FARC party and the Colombian national government are the outcome of the Pilgrimage for Life and Peace, made by hundreds of ex-combatants demanding compliance with peace accords
In Colombia, mobilizations have intensified demanding an end to escalating violence against social movements and political activists.
Social movements have taken to the streets and highways in rejection of the concerning escalation of violence against communities
The largest active guerrilla group in Colombia announced the death of one of its principal leaders, “an authentic guerrillero”
Movements in Colombia have demanded that President Ivan Duque respond immediately to the serious situations faced by the citizens of the country
Meanwhile, four indigenous leaders were killed in other parts of the country as mobilizations took place in Bogotá.
The organizations of the Social Minga are demanding protection for social leaders, right to defend their land, right to democracy and the construction of peace in the country
Massive demonstrations were carried out in different cities in rejection of police brutality, economic crisis, mishandling of the COVID-19 pandemic and ceaseless assassination of social leaders.
The nationwide protest was carried out in rejection police brutality, economic crisis, massacres and the indifference of the national government towards them