CONFLICT URBANISM:
COLOMBIA

Over the course of the last thirty years, almost seven million Colombians have been forced to leave their homes and towns and move to safer locations. Thousands more have been victims of sexual violence, threats, land-mine explosions, homicides and massacres. Conflict Urbanism: Colombia maps and visualizes these crimes in hopes of better understanding the patterns and ramifications of the Colombian conflict.

Conflict Urbanism: Colombia is a collaboration between the Center for Spatial Research at Columbia University, and the Masters in Peace Building at the Universidad de Los Andes. This project has been generously funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation through their Architecture, Urbanism, and the Humanities initiative. For more information check out our about page or contact us.