Colombia Voters Reject Peace Deal, Global Access To Medicines, And Remembering The Massacres At Babyn Yar

Peace Deal Opponents Colombia FARC
Opponents to the peace deal signed between the Colombian government and FARC rebels celebrate as they listen to the results of the referendum on Sunday, Oct. 2, 2016. Ariana Cubillos / Associated Press
Peace Deal Opponents Colombia FARC
Opponents to the peace deal signed between the Colombian government and FARC rebels celebrate as they listen to the results of the referendum on Sunday, Oct. 2, 2016. Ariana Cubillos / Associated Press

Colombia Voters Reject Peace Deal, Global Access To Medicines, And Remembering The Massacres At Babyn Yar

On today's show:

  • Colombians voted to reject the historic peace deal between the government and FARC rebels by a razor-thin margin. We discuss what’s next. 
  • Global access to medicines is a growing crisis. We talk about possibly “groundbreaking litigation” in India -- and advocacy at the U.N. -- that may change things for the better. 
  • The Holocaust is a chapter of history that has been politicized and revised by Soviet historians and politicians. But a series of events in Kyiv last week aimed to re-examine some narratives of the Holocaust, genocide, and historical memory.