Crónicas Desarmadas

Disarmed Chronicles is an encounter with the stories of characters whose lives are connected to Normalization Zones (ZVTNs, for its Spanish initials), territories where FARC-EP combatants laid down their arms and began their transition to civilian lives. This process took place during an agreed upon time period with the Colombian government. It started on 01/12/2016, D Day, a date that marked the beginning of a new and particular passage of Colombian history.

Today is 17/08/2017


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Mapa

26 ZVTN

(Transitory rural settlement normalization zones)

The stories about the train of the Cerrejón Mine are heard in the Mayabangloma Reservation, where the community fights for the territorial rights of the Wayuu people.

County

Mayabangloma Reservation

City

Fonseca

State

La Guajira

From the Pondores Rural Zone, in the lower Guajira, FARC-EP combatants recall death in the time of war and talk about what it means to die nowadays while the guns are silent.

County

Pondores

City

Fonseca

State

La Guajira

Residents of the Alto Mira and Frontera Community Council give a voice to their territory. The African palm, cacao, coca and rice are a part of their life stories, which take place in Tumaco’s rural area.

County

Consejo Comunitario Alto Mira y Frontera.

City

Tumaco

State

Nariño

Cronicas Desarmadas

Disarmed Chronicles

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