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  1. The plan to Gaza-ify the Colombian Peace Process

    of the text of the peace accords could only be justified if the new accords would bring in an armed actor ... in recent weeks, a new wave of assassinations of Indigenous, peasant, and Afro-Colombian leaders has been ... conflict. Fifth, before ratifying the new peace accord, the national government ratified a law that seeks (...)

  2. La Piedra- Information and analysis bulletin on extractivism here and in Colombia- December 2016

    between them. The “new final accord” comes after marathon negotiations in Havana and just weeks after (...)

  3. Colombian Mayors Granted Right of Veto Over Oil and Mining Projects

    surrounding the decision to grant exploitation rights in protected natural reserves. According to this new ... go ahead. (This new rule may even put an end to projects that are already underway). Until now, (...)

  4. We Stand With Standing Rock

    River. Even if this route has been eliminated, a new route will certainly be considered: the U.S. Army (...)

  5. The fight continues for the protection of the Sumapaz páramo

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  6. Ilnu women, territoriality and resistance

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  7. Colombia’s second bid at a peace accord

    signed a modified peace agreement that seeks to end decades of armed conflict between them. The “new ... the ultra-conservative sector that led the No vote. According to the Colombian government, the new deal is testament ... in the countryside. The new and final accord does not go as far as the original one to protect women’s and LGBTI (...)

  8. Justin Trudeau and the Sludge of Canadian Mining Companies

    his commitment to global issues. To do otherwise would be a colossal disappointment. New York Times- (...)

  9. Colombia mining upset: mayors allowed to veto unwanted oil and mining projects

    in “prior consultations.” But the new ruling is even harsher towards mining corporations than the prior (...)

  10. Government not doing enough on violence near Canadian-owned mines: Report

    T he report, by the Justice and Corporate Accountability Project, documents 15 years of violence and death that happened near Canadian mines in Latin America. A new report that documents 15 years ... Harvard study. Imai said the data in the new report raises questions about the correlation between violent (...)

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