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  1. Conservatives reneged on agreement to study impact of free trade on human rights in Colombia

    A little report, issued quietly in the middle of June, marked the moment when the Conservatives reneged on an agreement to study how a free-trade deal in Colombia might affect human rights. It’s an odd blind spot for the Tories, who, after all, like to ar (...)

  2. Government tables human rights impact assessment of Canada-Colombia trade deal

    Français The main finding of the Harper government’s first complete human rights impact assessment of the Canada-Colombia free trade agreement (CCOFTA), tabled without almost anyone noticing in the House last week, is that there really isn’t any point in (...)

  3. The Profiteers Bulletin- June 2013

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  4. The rival economics of mining in Colombia

    Colombia is paying a high price for the boom in mining, which is producing unrecognized costs due to the preeminence of a narrow and deficient economic philosophy, according to a new book on the subject. The country is at the forefront of external investm (...)

  5. PASC Letter in The Gazette: The social costs of doing business in Colombia

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  6. VIDEO: Canadian multinational Pacific Rubiales Energy on trial, PASC invites you to the People's Tribunal in Colombia

    Français This summer PASC and members of the Red de Hermandad y Solidaridad con Colombia (Redher- Colombia Friendship and Solidarity Network) will be organizing a Popular Tribunal against Colombia's extractive industry policies. The Tribunal is a cha (...)

  7. Toronto May 30, 2013: Activists question Pacific Rubiales in front of its shareholders

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  8. USO Files Suit Against Pacific Rubiales For violations of the right to freedom of association

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  9. Not quite letting the sunshine in

    Not quite letting the sunshine in BY JUSTIN LING April- May 2013 Issue Why Ottawa is resisting implementing mandatory reporting of payments made by resources companies to foreign governments. As the G8 works to increase financial oversight and accountabil (...)

  10. Corrupt Colombian government officials granting land to criminals: Ministry

    Corrupt government officials been systematically and illegally granting land to criminals and wealthy people across Colombia for the past five years, according to the Ministry of Agriculture. Sources within the ministry denounced a “mafia” within governme (...)

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