Colombia: forced disappearances 1958-2018, by victim category

The statistic displays the number of victims of forced disappearance in Colombia between 1958 and 2018, broken down by victim category. According to the source, a total of 80,472 people were forcibly disappeared in Colombia in the indicated 60-year period, of which 79,245 were reportedly civilians and only 1,221 were combatants.

Number of victims of forced disappearance in Colombia between 1958 and 2018, by victim category

Number of victims
Civilian79,245
Combatant1,221
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Source

Release date

September 2018

Region

Colombia

Survey time period

Between 1958 and 2018; As of September 15, 2018

Supplementary notes

The source refers to forced disappearance as the deprivation of a person's liberty, against its will, whether it is through arrest, detention, kidnapping or hostage taking, This can be executed both by state agents or members of illegal armed groups that take part in the armed conflict, or with their authorization, support or acknowledgement.

More information on the methodology available here.

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