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  1. Alternative Report on the controversial gold mining project in Colombia

    is being systematically undermined A new “exclusion” of the Central Forest Reserve where La Colosa (...)

  2. Inter-American Commission on Human Rights to Consider "Home Country Liability" for the Extraterritorial Actions of Transnational Corporations

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  3. Government, landowners and transnationals do not want to resolve national problem

    the issue of land and mining/energy. As the towns are on the verge of beginning a new period of struggle, (...)

  4. CRIMINALIZATION AND PROPAGANDA AGAINST LEADER OF USO – META

    at all costs, our union organizing in the new oil fields in the Department of Meta, the country’s highest oil producing region. This is a new attack by the government against trade unionism that proves ... criminalizes social mobilization, as well as the reason for a new bill (091/ 2013) advanced by Minister (...)

  5. Attacks against Native peoples

    Français Español On Thursday, October 17, the RCMP attacked a barricade set up by the Elsipogtog nation in New Brunswick. Since September 29, the participants had been blocking access to vehicles belonging to the company South Western Energy Resources (SNW, Texas), which has been carrying out (...)

  6. Why is large-scale mining a human rights issue in Colombia?

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  7. Voluntary Standards are Smoke Screens: The Case of Pacific Rubiales Energy in Colombia

    and a seat on the board of directors.  Pacific Infrastructure is overseeing the development of a new crude ... http://asp-es.secure-zone.net/v2/index.jsp?id=5663/8953/19045&lng=en “Profile: Corporate Facility Review, Pacific Rubiales Energy” Export Development Canada, accessed ... Development Canada, accessed July 2013, http://www.edc.ca/EN/Country-Info/Pages/Colombia.aspx “Have Your Say: (...)

  8. A Partnership in Bad Taste: Harbourfront's Pan American Food Festival Partners with Rights Violator Pacific Rubiales Energy Corp.

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  9. On How CIDA re-wrote Colombia’s Mining Code and UBC’s CIDA-funded Mining Institute

    International Development Agency,  better known as CIDA, granted funding for the new Institute at UBC. ... and they were tasked with drafting a new mining code for Colombia. What pro-what this resulted in was Law 685 ... in the country. Now, critics of this new code say that either by design or by default, the code benefited (...)

  10. Colombia: multinationals on 'trial' for rights abuses

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