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  1. Colombia: Shots fired at vehicle of Father Alberto

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  2. U.S. Congress Sends Letter to Colombian President on the Protection of Land Rights Activists

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  3. Oil is tainted with worker’s blood in Puerto Gaitan, Colombia

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  4. Canadian companies involved in upcoming Colombian fracking projects

    Français What can we glean from mainstream media reports about Canadian corporations involved in the oil and gas sector in Colombia? What can we further discern about the companies that may have some involvement with the fracking pilot projects expected t (...)

  5. Support Teofilo Acuna, president of the FEDEAGROMISBOL, Sur de Bolivar

    this petition online: https://www.change.org/en-GB/petitions (...)

  6. Rios Vivos in Canada for the Defence of Life

    Français Español Rios Vivos, a movement born in 2008 in opposition to the Hidroituango project, is touring Canada to demand an end to international complicity with the hydroelectric company's death practices. Like the current of rivers, which resist (...)

  7. Arbitrary arrest of campesino leader Rober Daza Guevara in Nariño

    On September 26, 2012 the Colombian National Police arrested Rober Daza Guevara, a leader of PASC partner group* CIMA (Committee for the Integration of the Colombian Massif), in the Department of Nariño. Mr. Daza was arrested when the bus he was travellin (...)

  8. Jhonel Cárdenas, social leader in Curumaní (Cesar), was victim of an assassination attempt

    Jhonel Cárdenas Castrillo is a communitarian leader, and the local president of the political party Polo Democrático Alternativo (Democratic Alternative Pole). He suffered an attempt of assassination last Friday, September 7th, at 6:30 pm. He  was home wh (...)

  9. La Piedra- Bulletin d'informations et d'analyses sur l'extractivisme- Décembre2019

    are one of the 5 Wet’suwet’en Clan Groups. Since the last Ice Age we have governed ourselves on the ancestral territories without the influence of other Wet’suwet’en Clans or other Nations. For thousands (...)

  10. Violence Against Women Continues in the Colombian Massif

    The Committee for the Integration of the Colombian Massif (CIMA) denounces-- before regional, national and international human rights organizations-- the assassination of Luz Eneida Gómez. Ms. Gómez was 35 years old and the wife of community leader Oscar (...)

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