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  1. Canadian Corporation Mining Misery in Colombia

    on what evidence, we don’t know.”   In 2001, Colombia enacted the new Mining Code, but failed to consult ... is Colombia Goldfields’ mining project.   Despite the widespread opposition, there are already new buildings ...   “We don’t want what they are offering us,” says one miner. “We don’t want a nice big school or a new (...)

  2. Political Prisoners on Hunger Strike in Colombia

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  3. Tribute to the victims of paramilitary activity, parapoliticians and State crimes

    Français In Colombia have been displaced nearly four million people, mostly by paramilitary groups. These groups, either alone or in conjunction with members of the military, have disappeared at least 15,000 compatriots and have more de3.000 buried in mas (...)

  4. Colombia, Full fire on the guerrilla but total silence on state crimes

    Uribe with the Medellin cartel : declassified document The New Observer Colombia : Amnesty International (...)

  5. Integration of Regional Infrastructure in South America (IIRSA)

    Español The Initiative for the Integration of Regional Infrastructure in South America (IIRSA) is a bold effort by the governments of South America to construct a new infrastructure network ... of IIRSA, illegal logging along new roads and waterways will also impact extensive areas of the Amazon, (...)

  6. Foreign Firms Cash in on Generous Mining Code

    at the University of Calgary, to rewrite Colombia's mining code. Once the new code had been drafted by CERI, ... Colombian politicians, including the Senator Gustavo Petro. The new mining and energy legislation, completed ... activism. "The new code flexibilised environmental regulations, diminished labour guarantees (...)

  7. Destruction of Colombian Rainforests to Feed Automobiles

    and the promoters of these companies now have new reasons to continue growing. But plantation stories are painful. (...)

  8. Violence continues against afro-colombian communities

    But the assault and threats to Janio’s life was nothing new for the communities of Afro-descendants, indigenous ... that would later be harvested for mass production of palm oil for the world market. When new waves ... by a common history, mestizo, indigenous and Afro-Colombians organized their new Humanitarian Zones (...)

  9. Montage Against the Colombian University Students Association

    This situation of harassment and persecution to the ACEU is not new and especially in the University of the Cauca (...)

  10. Humanitarian Crisis in Ciudad Bolivar

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