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Forced displacement has been one of the most dramatic expressions of the internal armed conflict in Colombia being the most representative victimized with more than 7 million victims (UARIV, 2017). Bogotá, for its part, is the second receiving city of this population, implying a greater effort on the part of the financial institutions, which must make an effort in the coverage of policies and programs that aim to provide integral attention to the victims of the residents In the city The governmental entities under the law 1448 of 2011 have made a great effort for the people who suffered the displacement and were stripped of their land by the cause of the armed conflict, they return to their place of origin, the work that Has been difficult because of the presence of armed groups in the national territory.In the years 2012 formally initiated the peace agreements between the National Government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) being this one of the illegal armed groups with greater presence in the national territory, in the year 2016 It generates a great expectation in the referent to the restitution of lands and the possible return in the post-conflict state of the displaced population, the time that has elapsed since the date of displacement to the present, the development of families, social dynamics and the various functions.Taking into account the above, the District Secretary together with the High Council of Bogotá has seen the need to study the personal characteristics that facilitate the return to their place of origin, their relocation to another place of the victims that are in the city. Due to this the work is carried out with the perception that the victims of forced displacement, the residents in the city of Bogota against the peace agreements and their intention of return, through a qualitative investigation applying semi structured interviews to the population of study Which in turn contribute to quantitative studies based on the databases of the victim information system - SIVIC and the Single Registry of Victims - RUV.Some of the most important results are that the decision to return, stay or relocate the victims of the armed conflict is mainly linked to their safety precept in the territories where they have been involved, employment and education opportunities and relationships with Your family and safety in terms of well-being. Finally, it was possible to conclude that people who are in the range between 18 and 36 years prefer to stay in the city because of the job opportunities they find there, on the other hand, people who are in the range of 40 to 63 years of age do not find work opportunities that facilitate their stay in Bogota, so they prefer to return to their place of origin

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Conflicto armado, Víctimas, Desplazamiento forzado, Paz, Inseguridad (Problema social), Reubicación (viviendas), Calidad de vida

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Trabajo de grado - Pregrado

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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 4.0 License.

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Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Sociales


Universidad de La Salle. Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Sociales. Economía