Projet Accompagnement Solidarité Colombie

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  1. Canadian Organizations Request for information following the assassination of a USO member in Puerto Gaitan

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  2. Resistance in the South West

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  3. Marketing Consent: Public relations underside of Canada's mining sector

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  4. Lands and Conflict: Extractive Industries in Colombia

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  5. Colombia's Mining Boom

    a bottleneck, Bogota has since dismissed some 20,000 other permit applications. Regardless, NGOs say new permits ... advisory group in Washington. "Then you put the FARC in the mix and you take everything to a new ... much harder to grow coca because of eradication, so what are my options?" one miner told The New (...)

  6. Hemispheric Resistance to Canadian Mining

    Day of action organizers speak out about repression, connections, solidarity by SANDRA CUFFE The Dominion- http://www.dominionpaper.ca VANCOUVER—From Canada to Argentina, preparations are well underway for the Continental Day of Action Against Canadian Me (...)

  7. Canada’s Promotion of Mining Industry Belies Claims of Corporate Social Responsibility

    2006, the new President repeated the call for a ban on open-pit mining, struck a new commission to redraft the mining law, [4] and put a moratorium on any new mining concessions. [5] The Honduran private ... in a mining law that would better serve the people’s interests. [7] By May 2009, a new draft  mining bill (...)

  8. Complaint filed against World Bank Group for Funding Eco Oro Minerals Gold Mine in Fragile Colombian Wetlands

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  9. Colombians Refuse Canadian Mine Farmers' stance against extractive project ignored in Ottawa

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  10. Canadian Human Rights Report on Colombia a ‘Sick Joke’

    on a controversial new mining law. This report is a sick joke and an abrogation of the Canadian government’s (...)

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