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Get this from a library! ¡Basta ya!: Colombia: memorias de guerra y dignidad. [Comisión Nacional de Reparación y Reconciliación (Colombia). Área de. ¡Basta ya! Colombia: memorias de guerra y dignidad /. informe general, Grupo de Memoria Histórica. edition. Segunda edición corregida. imprint. The account of armed conflict that has affected Colombia for more than 50 years still has chapters that are unknown to Colombians and the.
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The account of armed conflict that has affected Colombia for more than 50 years still has chapters that are unknown to Colombians and the world. In this article I highlight three relevant aspects of the report.
First, is the need to identify the use of violence by all armed actors in the conflict: Clear and precise acknowledgment of their responsibility in the massive and basta ya colombia violations that have taken place is necessary; this task relates to the need to build truth about the conflict, its causes, consequences and impact.
Second, is recognition that most of the victims of this armed conflict were civilians, whose rights continue to be violated.
Third, there is a need for profound institutional changes that must be implemented by each of the actors in the armed conflict. On the first point, relating to the diversity of the armed actors, various national and international basta ya colombia rights organizations have denounced the human rights violations and breaches of international humanitarian law by Colombian armed groups in the past decades.
A public institution with a national mandate, the Center has importantly relied on statistics that track violations by each of the actors, including the type of violations committed by each of these actors, and the relationships between them.
The report concluded that certain actors committed particular violations more frequently than others and that these patterns became characteristic features of their activities in the conflict.
In this regard, it is noteworthy basta ya colombia most of the targeted killings Although the report notes the glaring basta ya colombia in the tracking of enforced disappearance, the authors assert that the largest number of violations was perpetrated by the state security forces The report also notes that Colombia remains the country with the highest number of Internally Displaced Persons IDPs in the world  and the second highest country, behind Afghanistan, with regard to the number of landmine victims.
At times, the cold figures do not allow the readers to see the tragedy of the victims.
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The report, therefore, rigorously examines three basta ya colombia studies that demonstrate the human dimensions of the tragedy. These three cases provide a face and context for the data and are summarized below. The perpetrators destroyed homes and commercial sites alike.
The entirety of the village was forcibly displaced.
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The surviving victims suffer depression, mental trauma, panic, and terror, among other serious impacts on their mental and physical health. Ingrid Betancourt was held hostage for more than six years, during which she was subjected to life in the jungle, disease, harsh punishments after their escape attempts, beatings and maltreatment.
Her release was the product of a military intelligence operation known as Operation Jaque, an operation that itself has been questioned for its possible violation of international humanitarian law. The youth were promised work, ostesibly legal or even illegal, if they moved to municipalities and departments away from their homes.
Regarding the second aspect discussed in this report, namely the acknowledgment of the victims, the investigation concluded that at leastpeople died between Basta ya colombia 1, and December 31, Of these deaths, This helps clarify the discussion in Colombia by dispelling the myth that combatants and non-combatants were victims of the conflict in equal proportions, or that the armed conflict is an issue that does not significantly affect the civilian population.