A Non-Negotiated Solution to the Colombian Conflict
This two-day workshop examined how a ‘non-negotiated solution’ to the Colombian conflict might impact on the country’s political and economic future, and on the social fabric which has been so damaged by decades of violence.
Jointly organized by the Refugee Studies Centre at the University of Oxford and the International Centre for Participation Studies at the University of Bradford, the workshop brought together in Oxford prominent speakers from Colombia, the US and Europe. This page presents podcasts of the keynote presentations.
Where are the Foundations for a Democratic Future for Colombia?
- Keynote Presentation by Dr. León Valencia (Interpreted from Spanish) (MP3 file)
Memory, Victims and Reparations: What is their role in building a sustainable peace?
- Presentation by Dr. Gonzalo Sánchez (in Spanish) (MP3 file)
The role of gender change in building a non violent Colombia?
- Presentation by Dr. Virginia Bouvier (MP3 file)
A non negotiated solution to the Colombian conflict: What would it mean for long term peace and development?
- Keynote Presentation by Dr. Alfredo Molano (In Spanish) (MP3 file)