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Responses to Justice Accord (continued)

November 11, 2015 (continued from previous post…) -International Support for the Accord The announcement by the Colombian government and the FARC-EP on the terms of a new accord on transitional justice made from Havana on September 23 received immediate support … Continue reading

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Q&A: Colombia Breakthrough a World Model for Peace Talks; Transitional Justice for Victims Breaks New Ground

September 25, 2015 Yesterday’s breakthrough in peace talks between Colombia’s government and rebels reveals the outlines of a final deal and puts the grueling process firmly back on track, says USIP’s Virginia Bouvier. The agreement may serve as a model … Continue reading

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41st Cycle Brings Colombian Peace Talks to Edge of Breakthrough; Santos Travels to Cuba Today

September 23. 2015 Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos announced this morning via his Twitter account that he will travel to Cuba today to meet with the negotiators in Havana.  The unanticipated visit to the peace table is fueling expectations of … Continue reading

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Victims Arrive in Havana for End of Round 30; Ver conferencias de prensa aquí

Sunday, Nov. 2, 2014 Today, the peace delegations of the government of Colombia and the FARC-EP are meeting with the fourth delegation of victims in Havana.  The group includes six women and six men, of which three have been victimized by … Continue reading

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28th Cycle of Talks in Havana in Full Swing

September 10, 2014 On Monday, September 1, the government of Colombia and the FARC-EP reconvened in Havana to initiate the 28th cycle of peace talks.  In this cycle, negotiators are working simultaneously on several different fronts. Victims The parties at … Continue reading

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Update on the Peace Talks

July 11, 2014 After a period of intense activity and major breakthroughs in content and process at the peace table in the weeks before the presidential elections on June 15 (and with a period of national celebration for Colombia’s outstanding … Continue reading

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Civil Society and the Peace Table

Although civil society is not represented at Colombia’s peace table in Havana, the parties have sought to engage civil society since the talks began through a variety of controlled mechanisms.  In this post, I will mainly discuss these “official” venues, recognizing … Continue reading

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