More of Colombia's indigenous peoples are speaking their native languages than at in any time in recent memory.
Thanks to a two-decades old change in education policy that ended a prohibition on teaching Indian languages, indigenous communities have become increasingly confident about speaking their own languages.
Indigenous organisations estimate that 80 per cent of the country's 1.4 million Indians speak a native language - up from around 60 per cent three decades ago.
Al Jazeera's Toby Muse has more from Bogota.
Source: Al Jazeera