Colombia’s peace agreement with the FARC guerrilla was supposed to put an end to more than 50 years of civil war and bring justice and reparations to victims. But former president Alvaro Uribe and current president Ivan Duque have worked to undermine Colombia’s institutions, including Congress, the Supreme Court and the press to dismantle the peace agreement, deny displaced landowners their rights and keep the country’s chances for peace in limbo.
GroundTruth Fellow Juan Arredondo followed a victim of the conflict in rural Colombia, as she is run out of her village by armed groups because of her social work empowering women to defend their rights. In interviews with former negotiators of the peace process and politicians, Arredondo paints a picture of the past, present and possible future of peace in the country.
Follow the entire series
- Episode 1: Weaponize Fear – Brazil
- Episode 2: Target Outsiders – Italy (Coming November 14)
- Episode 3: Undermine Institutions – Colombia (Coming November 28)
- Episode 4: Exploit Religion – India (Coming in December)
- Episode 5: Rewrite History – Hungary (Coming in December)
- Episode 6: Divide and Conquer – Poland (Coming in December)
- Episode 7: Erode Truth – United States (Coming in December)