On the October 9, 2017 episode of Illinois Public Media's Legal Issues in the News, Professor Colleen Murphy spoke about Colombia's Special Jurisdiction for Peace.
"After 52 years of conflict, the Final Agreement to End the Armed Conflict and Build a Stable and Lasting Peace (or Final Agreement) between the Colombian Government and The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (otherwise known as the FARC) is now being implemented. According to the state Victim’s Unit, more than 8 million have been registered as victims since 1985. This includes individuals forcibly displaced, killed, taken as hostages, raped or subjected to other forms of sexual violence and/or tortured. Directly or indirectly all Colombians have been affected."
Listen to the full episode.