The Ministry of the Interior, the Presidential Cooperation Agency and leaders of different communal Action Boards celebrated the FARC's abandonment and delivery of arms, calling it the step to open a path of peace and coexistence in Colombia.
The Direction for black, Afro-Colombian, Raizales and Palenqueras communities Affairs of the Ministry of the Interior, the graduates association of the National School of administration France in Colombia will hold on July 5 the first international colloquium called the Peace Process and Public Administration: miradas cruzadas, supported by the
More than 80 thousand people from Puero Asis benefit from the work
In order to contribute to the fulfilment of the entity's objectives, policies, plans and programs, it is necessary to transform the Observatory against Discrimination and Racism into an internal working group within the Directorate of Affairs for Black, Afro-Colombians, Raizales and Palenqueras Communities, As a monitoring and follow-up mechani
On next June, 27, within the framework of the National Disability Council, the Ministry of the Interior will receive from the Ministry of Health the rectory of the National Disability System, assuming the mission of guiding public disability policy throughout the national territory in accordance with the provisions of Decree 2107 of 2016.
In the process of consolidating the National Prior Consultation Space of the general legislative and administrative measures likely to directly affect the Black, Afro-Colombian, Raizales and Palenqueras Communities, Started on October 11, 2015 with its installation in the Quinta de San Pedro Alejandrino, the Directorate of Affairs for Black, Af
From June 27 to 30 in the city of Cúcuta, the Ministry of the Interior, together with the Presidential Cooperation Agency - APC Colombia, will hold the meeting “Communal Action Boards, key actors of the territory in the construction of peace” in which there will be An exchange of successful experiences with Boards belonging to the departments o
- Delivery of a Citizen Integration Centre and security meeting with the Ministry of Defence, are part of the agenda that will meet Wednesday and Thursday the Minister of the Interior, Guillermo Rivera, in Puerto Asis and Mocoa.
Colombia maintains level 1 in its fight against human trafficking. This was revealed by the Trafficking in Persons Report-2017, which was made public by the Secretary of State of the United States, Rex W. Tillerson.
During the special session of the First Commission of Senate held in Tumaco, the Minister of the Interior, Guillermo Rivera, indicated that the President Santos signed two decrees that are in favour of Colombian Pacific.