The International Office for Human Rights Action on Colombia

Publications: Peacebuilding

Oidhaco Welcomes the Announcement of the Public Phase of Peace Talks between the Colombian Government and the National Liberation Army – ELN

On 30 March 2016, the Colombian Government and the National Liberation Army (el Ejército de Liberación Nacional -ELN) jointly announced the beginning of the public phase of peace talks, following more than two years of closed-door negotiations. The headquarters for these talks will be in Ecuador, however sessions will also be held in Venezuela, Brazil,

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Peacebuilding

Oidhaco activities related to Peace in Colombia

The OIDHACO network of European organisations held its assembly on 23 and 24 September 2015 and at the same time organised several activities related to the role of European countries in peacebuilding in Colombia. Participating in the assembly were Colombian citizens representing different coordination groups of organisations working on development, democracy and human rights, as

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EUROLAT Assembly must support civil society peacebuilding

Oidhaco and CCEEUU ask the EUROLAT Assembly to support civil society peacebuilding During the session of the EUROLAT Assembly in Panama City, from 16 to 19 March 2015, Oidhaco and CCEEUU presented several considerations and recommendations regarding the support of the regional parliaments for civil society initiatives, in particular for the work of Colombian human

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Oidhaco supports MEP call for formal dialogue between Colombian government and ELN

The International Office on Human Rights Action Colombia (Oidhaco) supports the request made by MEPs for formal dialogue between Colombian government and ELN Brussels, March 30, 2015. The European Network International Office on Human Rights Action Colombia (Oidhaco) supports the following request made by MEPs; “the Colombian government and the ELN must begin formal negotiations;

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Oidhaco Newsletter May – June 2014

This issue includes a special focus on trade unionists in Colombia, the elections and the peace process, enforced displacement, criminalization of social protest, the United Nations Human Rights Council and what happened in Europe.

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