Several times each year, an organization which works with the families of the civilian victims of the Colombian conflict named Zoscua (www.zoscua.org), builds a temporary monument ad memoriam in the main squares of several city of the country. Recently, a first Peace Treat has been signed by the guerrilla of FARC and Colombian Government. However, people will have to vote by a referendum to confirm or refuse it.
Zoscua works keeping track of many victims who still have officially no name, helping the families to elaborate the grief, putting them in contact with psychologists, and/or offers legal assistance with lawyers volunteers, all for free.
Zoscua is actually trying to find an house, in order to improve the services it offers.
In the meanwhile, thousand of civilian victims of paramilitary groups, guerrilla and military forces are waiting for justice.