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 18/10/2017


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26 ZVTN

(Transitory rural settlement normalization zones)

In the Kiwnas Cxhab Reserve, a territory of the Nasa people, the relation between coca and culture, and water and oil, are a part of life in the rural area of Puerto Asís, Putumayo.

County

Kiwnas Cxhab Reserve

City

Puerto Asís

State

Putumayo

At La Carmelita Normalization Zone, in Putumayo, former FARC-EP combatants talk about life in jungle shacks during times of war. Now, after laying down their arms, we see them building a new home.

County

La Carmelita

City

Puerto Asís

State

Putumayo

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

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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