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  1. Extractive sector: waiting for justice

    abuses. [ebook] Available at: http://www.commonfrontiers.ca/Colombia/pdfs/colombia-report_en.pdf [Accessed ... [ebook] New York and Geneva. Available at: https://business-humanrights.org/en/un-guiding-principles-on-business-an... [Accessed 11 Oct. 2017]. v Martens, Jens 2014. Corporate Influence on the Business and Human (...)

  2. Trade agreements let Canadian companies make Colombian law

    7 http://pasc.ca/fr/article/18-jours-de-greve-civique-buenaventura 8 http://pasc.ca/fr/article/eco-oro-menace-damener-letat-colombien-en-arbitrage-internation al ... -freshfields-as-mining-giant-sues-colombia-over-coal-deal/ 11 https://business-humanrights.org/en/colombian-govt-facing-165-billion-arbitration-filed-by-gold ... http://pasc.ca/en/article/98-cajamarca-residents-vote-against-gold-mining-colombia 15 (...)

  3. Big Win for Colombian Community Against Canadian Mining Giant

    Español Français The Indigenous and Afro-Colombian community of Marmato won a major court victory in their 10-year fight against a massive Canadian gold mine. In February 2017, Colombia's Constitutional Court ruled in favor of the residents of Marmat (...)

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

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  5. 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 (...)

  6. 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 (...)

  7. Pacific Rubiales: once again where it shouldn’t be…

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  8. Crude Gold;storys of injustice in Colombia

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  9. Femicide Law passed, a Victory for the Women’s Movement in Colombia

    On June 2, the House of Representatives passed one of the grand initiatives of the women’s movement, The Rosa Elvira Celis Law. This law classifies and condemns femicides with sentences of 20-50 years in prison, without the right to reduce the sentence. W (...)

  10. A Path of Resistance, Solidarity, Memory, and Dignity

    gathered on a new date to achieve a better balance between what have become the laws of victims, ... demobilization of the Catatumbo block of self-defense, a new phase of militarization of the region began. (...)

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