The sugar mills of Valle del Cauca employ up to 12,000 cane cutters. The work inspired photographer Sergio Bartelsman.
ward Davey has released his first book detailing Colombia's role and ongoing commitment to the Paris Agreement.
The collapse of one of Colombia's Fourth Generation road engineering marvels, the Chirajara bridge, reveals an urgency to examine this country's infrastructure.
The theme of January's edition of the International Music Festival of Cartagena is Celestial Harmony with invited guests John Eliot Gardiner and London's Philharmonia among others.
Sir Roger Casement exposed the injustices of the rubber trade in the Amazon before meeting an untimely end.
As we delve into a new year, Anna Vogt reflects on a year working with the displaced and vulnerable communities in the Chocó.
Rural agricultural initiatives look to help farmers replace coca with valuable legal crops like cacao and rubber.
During November, towns across Colombia’s Magdalena Medio call on an 'animero' to grant peace to the ‘lost souls’ of the disappeared.
The Colombian Navy went on a mission last week to protect baby sea turtles as they migrate to the sea after born on a beach in the Chocó department.
Fernando Urbina has dedicated 40-years of research to Colombia’s ancient rock art. His discovery of petroglyphs in remote territories show the first contact between conquistadores and Amazonian tribes.
Angelika Helberger left post-war Germany for Colombia where she became the first female commercial pilot in the Americas.
The Serrania de La Lindosa in Guaviare has been given protected status by ICANH to save its ancient rock face pictograms.
The songs of Magín Díaz are immortalized in the musical history of this nation. A movement looks to restore the true copyright of the composer of 'Rosa'.
Celebrating half a century in Colombia, Dione and Paul Gervis made a commitment to a lifestyle and friends in the tropics.
Anandita Basu teaches her students how to shake a leg. The director of Fundación Kalakendra is enriching ties between her native India and Colombia.
Colombia has plenty of pristine forest to conjure one's imagination. Several of them, even have mythical beasts.