Projet Accompagnement Solidarité Colombie

Résultats de la recherche

Résultats de la recherche

  1. Indigenous people from Chocó, are resisting serious Human Right’s violations.

    http://www.colombiainforma.info/alerta-por-incursion-paramilitar-en-riosucio-choco/ The population have denounced the surge in armed confrontations resulting from the incursion ... http://www.colombiainforma.info/minga-indigena-que-salio-desde-el-choco-continua-en-bogota/ Despite this backdrop, comunities are still asserting their right to remain in the region (...)

  2. Chiquita Republic United Fruit’s heir has again been linked to paramilitary abuses in Colombia.

    the Rainforest Alliance says it does not certify Banacol farms in the Curvaradó region, where the new accusations ... for the region’s Afro-Colombian population. The statement did not mention a prohibition on new development projects ... and Banacol, but also of the paramilitaries, who continue to operate in the zone under a new name—Águilas (...)

  3. VIDEO: Embera indigenous people say 'no' to the mining industry

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  4. Death and Impunity Increase in Chocó

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  5. Looking for Gold in a Distant Jungle

    has also isolated Chocó, as guerrillas, paramilitary squads and shadowy new armed groups clash over ... approach with the new, as mud-splattered artisanal miners watch a huge backhoe tear through the earth. ... as the destruction of their forest intensifies?   Kike Arnal SEE THE FOTOS ON LINE Published on the New Yord Times, (...)

  6. Letter from US organizations about Choco

    Spirituality New Mexico Francine Crownshaw Colombia Action Network New Mexico Liz Deligio8th day center (...)

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

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  8. Militarized mining tramples ancestral rights of indigenous and Afro-Colombian communities in the Chocó

    ://www.censat.org/noticias/2009/2/6/La-Muriel-Mining-Coporation-atropella-y-desconoce-las-autoridades-indigenas-en (...)

  9. Oil Palms, Right Abuses Hand in Hand in Northwest

    under a new name: "Águilas Negras" (Black Eagles). Behind their threats and operations (...)

  10. Oil palm grows by the force of violence

    that some of the new plantations being developed have been financed as farming projects for the same ... to the new plantations developed since the beginning of the decade. In previous processes ... for Economic and Social Policy (CONPES) announced new policies increasing Government support to the expansion (...)

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