On November 24, 2016, the Colombian government and the FARC signed a revised, comprehensive peace agreement, following the rejection of the initial accords via popular referendum. Independent reports indicate that a number of the components of the agreement have been implemented according to schedule, yet we know little about public attitudes towards implementation, particularly in locations deeply affected by conflict-related violence. This paper examines support for individual provisions of the agreement and attitudes towards their implementation.
Overall support for the peace process among residents of Tumaco remains low.
There is considerable support for individual components of the peace accord.
Both support for the peace process and perceptions of its implementation vary by gender.
People believe the security situation in Tumaco is critical and has deteriorated.