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War and sensuality in the youth guerrilla

Alejandro Landes: Jumpsuits

YOUTH IN WAR: Despite his many references to, among other things, The Lord of the Flies and the Apocalypse now! Latin American Monos is in many ways a unique film.

UN Security Council Resolution1325 – equally relevant today

PILGRIMAGE COLOMBIA: Three years after the peace agreement between the Colombian government and the FARC-EP, the picture is not very encouraging. Nevertheless, both individual women and women's organizations dare to stand up and contribute to openness and improvement.

MOVIE FROM THE SOUTH: The story of a peace process

Natalia Orozco: El Silencio de los Fusiles

: When the weapons come to a standstill, the peace negotiations in Colombia are well explained, but some questions remain unanswered.  

Is there peace in Colombia?

: In order to create lasting peace, it is not enough to sign good agreements – the implementation of the agreement is a chapter in itself.

Punished for protesting

: Latin American farmers and indigenous peoples face government and military sanctions.

The role of victims in the peace process 

: There is no doubt that the victims will be the strongest voices for peace and reconciliation in Colombia. Following the no result in the referendum, the future of the peace agreement is uncertain.

The women's struggle and the road to peace

: Sexual violence against women has been a major part of the conflict in Colombia. Nevertheless, women were underrepresented at the negotiating table.

Santos Peace Prize: The Nobel Committee is on the right track

: This year's Peace Prize shows that the Norwegian Nobel Committee has changed course. That course they should keep.

Now the people must vote for peace

: Norway, together with Cuba, has been the "guarantor" of the peace process. Now the people of Colombia must vote in favor of the peace agreement before it can be implemented.

Star dust and dream

: A completely different side of dangerous Medellin, if you've watched the TV series Narcos about Pablo Escobar. What can poetry bring about meaning in this Latin American metropolis?