In December 2018, two years after the Norwegian-lead peace agreement between FARC and the Colombian government, the Truth Commission started its work. The search for truth is central to the settlement after more than 60 years of conflict. This work is essential for victims in order to continue their lives and to create permanent peace. At the same time, the armed conflict is far from over. Even though Colombia now is supposed to have peace, more human rights defenders and members of social movements are killed than ever. Where does the peace process and the human rights situation in Colombia stand today? What implications does a Truth Commission have for a fair solution for the victims of the conflict?