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.
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
According to the Institute of Development and Peace Studies (INDEPAZ), 115 environmentalists, human rights defenders, Indigenous, peasant and social leaders, and more than 20 former combatants of the FARC guerrilla group have been killed so far this year
Thousands mobilized on Tuesday, January 21 across Colombia to mark a return to the mobilizations against the government of Iván Duque
We look at the struggle lead by NUMSA and NUM unions in South Africa, a run organized against dictatorship in Thailand and the mass assassinations of social leaders in Colombia.
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
In this episode, we look at the Colombian national strike, the activists protecting the Venezuelan embassy in Washington DC, and the students of Johns Hopkins University protesting the administration’s association with ICE.
La Vía Campesina’s (LVC) Third International Solidarity Mission to Colombia sought the implementation of the agreements entered between the former government of Colombia and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), which is now a political party