Books which have been banned in Colombia

Por Ferney Rodríguez

Since 1988 there is an International Book Fair taking place in Bogotá: a space where it is possible to obtain thousands of volumes both in Spanish and in other languages. The city also has abundant bookshops, including second-hand ones, and there is always the chance to rely on online purchases. It was not always thus

Report: Status of Secularism in Colombia

Por Jorge Gonzalez

The chief purpose of publishing ‘Status of Secularism in Colombia (2010 – 2017)’ is to compile in a single instrument all the available information related to the church/state separation stage in Colombia. This publication aims at providing precise and trustworthy reference sources to researchers, journalists, defenders of secularism and human rights, agencies, organisations, institutions and affiliates.

Press Release – Pope Francis’ Visit

Por Sebastian Ben

Bogotá, 30th August 2017 Press Release – Pope Francis’ Visit Due to a number of enquiries received recently on the opinion held by several atheist NGO’s on Pope Francis’ visit [to Colombia], the organisations Bogotá Atea (Atheist Bogotá) and the Bogotá Atheist Association assert to the public opinion that: We appreciate any national or international…