Colombia has faced unrelenting conflict between the State, paramilitaries and guerrilla groups for over 50 years. In 2016, a final agreement was reached between the State and FARC (the biggest revolutionary group). But instead of a simple switch from a state of civil war to a state of post-conflict, violence still prevails across Colombia. The podcast will focus on each perpetrating group that contributes to these continuities of violence, and their impact on the Nasa people, in particular.

Shamilka Hewagama, currently pursuing a Masters in International Development Law and Human Rights; and graduated from Warwick Law School, 2018.

Acknowledgment of thanks:

  • Interviewee: Dr Catherine Turner, Associate of Law at Durham University
  • Voiceover: Delcio de Carvalho, BEng Aerospace Systems student, Coventry University

Acknowledgment of Music:

  • 01110010: ‘One Nature’
  • Ars Sonor: ‘21 (Forest Mix)’
  • Balinese Marching Band: ‘Les Cartes Postales Sonores’
  • Big Blood: ‘Endless Peace’
  • Broke For Free: ‘The Collector’
  • Chogo El Bandeo: ‘Buscando iguanas’
  • Chogo El Bandeo: ‘Cuando el negro roba’
  • Chogo El Bandeo: ‘Sembrador Divino’
  • Chogo El Bandeo: ‘Una loca pasin’
  • Linden Killam: ‘An Ordinary Day In The Life Of A Superhero’
  • Monplaisir: ‘This tuning is so dramatic’
  • No Nature: ‘Sad Song’
  • Podington Bear: ‘Sad Cyclops’
  • Saito Koji: ‘Hope Loop’
  • Trans Atlantic Rage: ‘A Birth of a Peaceful Internal Renaissance’

Articles & Books:

  • Carolina Olarte: ‘Understanding the political economy of transitional justice: A critical theory perspective’
  • Carolina Olarte Olarte & Illan rua Wall: ‘The Occupation of Public Space in Bogota´: Internal Displacement and the City’
  • Catherine Turner: ‘Law and Critique’, “Flags, protests, politics and Transition in Northern Ireland”
  • Catherine Turner: ‘Violence, Law and the Impossibility of Transitional Justice’
  • TeleSur: ‘Colombia’s Indigenous Protest Paramilitary Bloodshed in Cauca’


  • CGTN America, ‘Colombian tribe applies indigenous justice on FARC guerrilla members’
  • Vice, ‘Colombia’s Hidden Killers’
  • Vimeo, ‘Preserving Culture in Post-Conflict Colombia’
  • Yves Billon, ‘50 Anos de Monte’ (1999)