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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. Nestlé union worker murdered in Colombia

    union with actions such as pushing new workers to join SINTRAIMAGRA, a competitor union which is close (...)

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

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  6. A letter from Piedras, Tolima, Colombia: local referendum against Anglo Gold Ashanti

    -popular-piedras-dijo-no-a-explotacion-minera-su-municipio El Nuevo Día: http://www.elnuevodia.com.co/nuevodia/tolima/regional/189654-gano-el-no-en ... ://www.elnuevodia.com.co/nuevodia/tolima/regional/192846-abucheos-y-aplausos-se-vivieron-en-el-concejo-de-piedras http ... ://www.elnuevodia.com.co/nuevodia/tolima/regional/192704-en-el-concejo (...)

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

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  8. USO Files Suit Against Pacific Rubiales For violations of the right to freedom of association

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  9. ***Call Out: Activists and Independent Media*** International Mobilisation in Colombia Against Foreign Extractive Companies

    Learn more: http://www.pasc.ca/en/org/redher-0   PASC PASC Crime d'entreprise Profiteurs canadiens (...)

  10. Mining for Profits in International Tribunals- Updated

    and relatively new weapon – the right to sue governments in international arbitration tribunals granted under ... negotiated among 11 countries:  Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, (...)

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