Following the signing of the historic agreement between the Colombian Government and the FARC-EP on November 24, 2016, the guerrilla fighters will be concentrated in 26 rural areas scattered throughout Colombia. On December 1, 2016, D Day, FARC-EP began laying down their arms, a process that will lead to their end as an illegal armed organization.

Disarmed Chronicles

is an encounter with the characters' history, whose lives are linked to the territories where the FARC-EP will disarm. It is a close up of this exact period in Colombian history.

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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

Los 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

Yaqueline and Azucena, speak from rural Tumaco about the experience of being both a mom and a combatant of FARC-EP.

County

La Variante

City

Tumaco

State

Nariño

Mireya, a FARC-EP fighter, tells how she arrived to the guerrilla, talks about her experiences, her dreams and the future after the abandonment of arms.

County

Yarí

City

San Vicente del Caguán

State

Caquetá

Cronicas Desarmadas

Disarmed Chronicles

is an independent editorial project developed by ELEGANTE, visual communication laboratory. We are dedicated to telling stories about social and cultural issues that come from Colombia and the entire Universe.

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