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  1. CCFTA is back

    displacement from communal lands. The National Labour School (ENS) of Colombia has also accounted (...)

  2. Paramilitaries’ Heirs: The New Face of Violence in Colombia

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  3. News from Yuri Neira

    “They are working in search of impunity to protect police who have committed murders”: Yuri Neira This is how a father referred to the case of his son who was murdered during a protest, which has subsequently led to four attempts on the father’s life. The (...)

  4. Letter from US organizations about Choco

    We, the undersigned U.S. religious and non-governmental organizations who work on Colombia, are writing to ask that you intervene in the human rights situation in the Bajo Atrato River region of the Chocó. On January 13, Argénito Díaz community leader fro (...)

  5. Oil-palm plantations, violation of human rights and Afro-descendent communities’ quest for true dignity

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  6. Canadian company linked to Indigenous murders in Colombia

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  7. Canadian business and state denounced by a Canadian in Brussels, due to their complicitness in murdering of Colombian Indigenous

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  8. Land and Conflict: Canadian Companies in Colombia

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  9. Where will you stand on the Canada-Colombia FTA

    I spent a good part of the other week watching the performances of Liberals and Conservatives in the Canadian House of Commons as they debated Bill C-23, implementing legislation of the Canada-Colombia Free Trade Agreement (CCFTA). With a looming election (...)

  10. Cauca Regional Indigenous Council (CRIC)

    14 minutes video subtitled in english Aida Quilcue is the leader of the Cauca Regional Indigenous Council (CRIC), and one of the key figures behind the Social and Communitarian Minga process in Colombia. In December 2008 her husband, Edwin, was killed in (...)

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