(The Bogota Post) – When Lorena, 23, comes through the door of the Colombian Reintegration Agency (ACR), she is breathless from hurrying to avoid being late. She looks like any of the young, fashionable women of Bogotá. She carries a brown leather bag to match her jacket and a floral dress over light purple leggings. Lorena stops to hug Ricardo, 26, who sits at a table wearing a windbreaker, his Ray Ban sunglasses placed in front of him. They look no different to their peers – the only difference is that they are both former FARC child soldiers.