DC -- Talks @ Pulitzer -- Mariana Palau ("Colombia After the Peace Deal"):
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Description of Pictures: Please join us for a Talks @ Pulitzer with journalist Mariana Palau as she focuses on Colombia after the peace deal.
On Monday, February 3, 2020, please join us for a Talks @ Pulitzer, as Pulitzer Center grantee journalist Mariana Palau discusses her work covering the aftermath of the peace deal signed between the Colombian government and the FARC guerrilla group.
Palau's Pulitzer Center-supported project, "Colombia: After the Peace Deal," focuses on how the new Colombian president will honor the commitments made by his predecessor at a critical point in the peace deal’s implementation, and what the risks are to the deal and to peace in the country moving forward.
Palau writes for The Economist and has been published in Al Jazeera and The Village Voice.
This event is the first of a 2020 Talks @ Pulitzer series on political and environmental reporting from Latin America. The Pulitzer Center's next event in this series takes place on Monday, February 24, 2020, with journalist Marcio Pimenta.
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Specific picture descriptions: Photos above with "i" icons next to the bracketed sequence numbers (e.g. " ") are described as follows:
PALAU_200203_005.JPG: Mariana Palau
PALAU_200203_032.JPG: Colombia after the conflict:
Implementing the most ambitious peace deal in the world.
PALAU_200203_070.JPG: 52 years
6 million IDPs
PALAU_200203_078.JPG: Left-wing armed groups
Right-wing armed groups
PALAU_200203_177.JPG: Colombian Peace Deal
PALAU_200203_179.JPG: Reporting trends
PALAU_200203_189.JPG: Reporting with the Pulitzer Center Grant
PALAU_200203_245.JPG: Solutions to the drugs problem
PALAU_200203_285.JPG: Justice for Victims
PALAU_200203_457.JPG: Larry Huntington
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