Colombia: Recent collective displacements and violence indicate the lack of non-repetition guarantees for Chocó’s Indigenous peoples and Afro-Colombian communities
The Peace Agreement between the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces (Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias, FARC), signed in November 2016, was a milestone in the history of the country and the region. On various occasions, Amnesty International has reiterated that effective implementation of the agreement in territories historically affected by the violence could guarantee non-repetition of crimes and ensure that future generations do not suffer in the same way.
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