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Francisco Rey Marcos

Francisco Rey  Marcos  is co-director of the Institute of Studies on Conflicts and Humanitarian Action based in Madrid. He has more than 25 years of experience with the Red Cross movement, other humanitarian institutions and academia.

Research areas:  Latin America and the Caribbean , Peace processes and mediation

Publications

The humanitarian impact of the new dynamics of the armed conflict and violence in various regions of Colombia
Bogota_Colombia by Pedro Szekely CC licence from Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0) Francisco Rey Marcos , Joséphine Dubois 19 August 2016
After more than four years of talks, the signing a peace agreement between the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia – People’s Army (FARC-EP) will be an important step in finalising an armed conflict that has affected Colombian society for more than 50 years. more  
The humanitarian dimension in the aftermath of a peace agreement: proposals for the international community in Colombia
Arte Callejera Bogotá by dawn paley with CC licence from flickr https://www.flickr.com/photos/inkflip/12638126593/in/photolist-kfRrjs-kfNFrH-kfLHaM-kfP4ab-kfMXQV-kfPuce-kfRuPo-kfNVe2-kfPXBf-kfLUAx-kfP6vz-kfP9Y6-kfRF9G-kfR3CL-kfP9UM-kfMGJn-kfMDQZ-kvD8dw-7CRfU2 Francisco Rey Marcos , Sophie Duval 11 February 2015
After more than fifty years of armed conflict, the possibility exists of a peace agreement being reached between the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia – People’s Army that could result in a real transition that will lead to a sustainable peace. more  
Colombia: between the humanitarian crisis and hope of peace
Colombia: Desplazados internos en zonas urbanas by AcnurLasAméricas with cc license from Flickr Francisco Rey Marcos , Luisa Fernanda Pineda Ariza 15 May 2013
The start of peace talks between the Colombian government and the FARC-EP guerrilla group presents real possibilities for progress towards ending the conflict. However, engaging in talks in the middle of a conflict implies risks in the humanitarian field that may be invisible as national and international attention focuses on monitorin... more  

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