The Kroc Institute’s fifth comprehensive report, The Colombian Final Agreement in the Era of COVID-19: Institutional and Citizen Ownership is Key to Implementation, discusses the Final Accord’s status of implementation in the period between December 2019 and November 2020, based on the monitoring methodology designed by the Kroc Institute. The report includes both a quantitative and qualitative view of the implementation of the 578 stipulations described in the text of the Final Accord to End the Armed Conflict and Build a Stable and Lasting Peace (hereinafter, Final Accord), which are monitored by the Kroc Institute. The report also offers a special analysis of cross-cutting gender, ethnic, and territorial approaches within the peace process. To add further nuance to the analysis, the Kroc Institute has also incorporated a temporal analysis of implementation by complementing its methodology with indicators from the Framework Plan for Implementation (PMI). This report also includes a section with a comparative view of the Final Accord’s implementation measured alongside other Comprehensive Peace Agreements (CPAs) from around the world.
This is the Executive Summary, in English, of the report.