Through audiovisual projects such as videos, galleries and multimedia, we narrate the memory of victims of Colombia’s armed conflict, giving their memory initiatives visibility so that the crimes they witnessed aren’t forgotten and don't recur.
The results of research and missional activities are broadcast through educational resources such as radio programs, podcasts, printed leaflets and infographics that are accessible to diverse audiences.
The majority of the reports published to the date include one or more of these pedagogical components. The investigation “Enough Already!” for example resulted in a condensed brief, a radio series and the documentary "There was no time for sadness" which narrates how Colombia has been the scene of armed conflict for over 50 years and how citizens have survived this long period of violence. Soon there will be a multimedia version of the report, and it will be translated into English as well as indigenous languages.
There was no time for sadness (documentary)
BBC HARDtalk - Sergio Jaramillo - Colombia's High Commissioner for Peace
'Change is possible': Talking with the enemy in Colombia
Faces of Memories
Faces of Memories presents some memory initiatives developed by communities and victims' organizations across Colombia, focusing on four projects: The Graffitour from Comuna 13 in Medellín, the Songs of Alabaos from Bojayá-Chocó, the Monument Park in Trujillo, Valle del Cauca, and the Never Again Salon in Granada, Antioquia.
Faces of Memories brings together a sample of the creativity of Colombian men and women who tell their stories of resistance through the arts, culture, spaces, and exhibitions.