Projet Accompagnement Solidarité Colombie

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  1. Interview with Palestinian activist Dana Farraj: “In the era of globalization of repression, the struggle must be globalized.”

    however, I can feel all the attempts by the youth to embark upon a new era of resistance, in particular ... and to stop the siege on Gaza. The Palestinians in the West Bank and Jerusalem are using new forms of struggle, new initiatives. Palestinians in exile (half the Palestinian population) are continuing to work (...)

  2. A caravan in defense of life and territory: Impunity still on its pedestal

    system.  Since 2011, a new national security law (law 1453) was created and essentially facilitates (...)

  3. Declaration of the 13 detainees for internationalists comrades and the Colombian diaspora.

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  4. A letter from Paola A. Salgado Piedrahíta, Lorena Romo Muñoz and Liseth Acosta Friends from el Congreso de los Pueblo, detained by the Colombian Regime Bogotá

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  5. Colombian Prisons and Prisoners Mirror Class Struggle

    Español Prisoners in Colombia have recently gained new visibility.  Prisoner protest actions are one factor.  Another is discussion at the Havana peace talks of prisoners as victims of armed ... killed us, but they never turned us." Note: 1 The quote is from Tolosa's new book titled (...)

  6. Strikes and Civil Disobedience in Colombian Prisons

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  7. Political Declaration from the International Conference about Political Crime and the Situation of Political Prisoners in Colombia

    is going through a grave humanitarian crisis exacerbated by the “New Prison Culture” that was imposed (...)

  8. No more weak solutions for the cancer that attacks the prison and penitentiary system in Colombia.

    of the new quotas, and the reform of the law 65/93. Today, we call for urgent and deep solutions. NATIONAL (...)

  9. USO legal action frees three members detained as a result of persecution by the multinational Pacific Rubiales

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  10. U.S. Congress shines a light on persecution of USO

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