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  1. Crude Gold;storys of injustice in Colombia

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  2. watch the documentary "Mining Orgy"

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  3. 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 (...)

  4. 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. (...)

  5. Pacific Rubiales forced to leave Campo Rubiales

    the production.  This might result in the arrival of a new company in the region. For the social and labouring ... for Choapo, corporation based in Meta, is considering new perspectives: «It is possible that the Gaitán community will negotiate demands with the new company.  Aspects such as the rationalization of the region’s (...)

  6. Imminent Displacement of Farmers due to OXY Oil Company's pressures

    the police and the army have already settled back since 16 month.  A new fact that came disturbing (...)

  7. Water Contamination and the Right to Water in Colombia: The case of Campo Rubiales

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  8. Advocates for Local Jobs Murdered in Meta

    as a new chapter in a long history of systematic violence designed to weaken community and labor ... for social justice, and long-time USO allies. This latest series of attacks comes as USO launches a new ... indicates that “local labor intermediation has become a new way for organized crime to generate income (...)

  9. BP faces High Court trial for environmental damage in Colombia

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  10. Denouncement of the “arrogant, defiant, and contemptuous attitudes” taken by the Company PERENCO against the communities of Aguazul.

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