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  1. May to July 2011: serious violations of trade union rights in Colombia

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  2. Defender at risk after house break-in

    Information documenting human rights abuses was stolen from the home of Danilo Rueda, a Colombian human rights defender. He is a member of the organization Inter-Church Commission of Justice and Peace, whose members have previously received death threats. (...)

  3. Ground report Accompanying Afro-Colombian communities in Choco

      April 19 th 2011  PBI Colombia blog If you ask people in the Curbaradó river valley how they are doing, they will often say: ‘Aquí, luchando’ (here, struggling). During the last several months I’ve been accompanying quite a bit in Curbaradó, and am begi (...)

  4. Protect Threatened Afro-Colombian and Mestizo Communities in Curvarado and Jiguamiando

    April 14th 2011 This urgent action from the Latin American Working Group asks you to take action to protect the communities in resistence accompanied by PASC and Justicia y Paz. Afro-Colombian and mestizo communities in Curvaradó and Jiguamiandó living in (...)

  5. Interview with Iván Cepeda: “In Colombia, impunity is being resolved largely by the actions of social movements”

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  6. Marmato municipal council prohibits open-pit mining and resettlement of historic centre

    With implications for Canadian multinational Gran Colombia Gold's proposed open-pit mine, this communiqué from the Marmato Defence Committee and the Regional Indigenous Council of Caldas (CRIDEC) indicates that the local municipality will now prohibi (...)

  7. Foreign Aid to Mining Firms: CIDA teams up with NGOs to do development work at mine sites

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  8. Video: Uwa indigenous people opt for a future without oil

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  9. Feeding the Monster: Militarization and Privatized "Security" in Central America

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  10. The Municipalities of Arboleda and San Lorenzo Denounce the Activities of Gran Colombia Gold in the Department of Nariño

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