To strengthen its strategic consultancy work, CAPAZ held a workshop together with Asociación CODEBAC, on the methodology for preparing reports for the Special Jurisdiction for Peace (JEP). The activity was conducted online on Monday, November 2, 2020, in partnership with the Guernica 37.
Juliette Vargas participated in the workshop as the CAPAZ representative, and Pilar Lovelle and Juliana Galindo, as representatives of Grupo Guernica 37.
CODEBAC is a non-governmental organization based in Boyacá, Colombia, which focuses its activities in the territory comprised by the hydrographic basins of the Guavio, Lengupa and Upía rivers, and their tributaries. To promote and defend the rights of the victims of the armed conflict, the association provides advice, training and support in accessing and implementing transitional justice, and is active in the legal, organisational, cultural, and sports fields.
One of the organisation’s objectives is to present a report to the different components of the Comprehensive System of Truth, Justice, Reparation and Non-Repetition (SIVJRNR), and the CAPAZ workshop provided the ideal opportunity for different CODEBAC representatives to receive specialised guidance and resolve specific concerns that surfaced during the drafting of the report.