Projet Accompagnement Solidarité Colombie

Résultats de la recherche

Résultats de la recherche

  1. Development must not trump indigenous rights in the Americas

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  2. Afro-Colombian Resistance in La Guajira

    are a testament to globalization's remarkable ability to seek out and penetrate new markets. For most ... in the Graduate Program in International Affairs at The New School in New York City Source: Counterpunch RECLAME (...)

  3. What the President's cousin says on Marmato is what the government does

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  4. Inmates Violently Repressed in prison Described as "Depths of Hell"

    Valledupar High Security Prison On the evening of June 11th security guards at the high security prison in Valledupar, known as ‘La Tramacua’, led by the prison director Leopoldo Lopez Pinzon, stormed several towers of the prison. These had been peacefull (...)

  5. Lessons from Santurbán: Canadian mining company Greystar's project in Santander

    This clearly demonstrates the possibility of new forms of resistance and social expression in the country. (...)

  6. To all communities affected by Canadian mining operations:

    on it despite claiming to support itsaims. We are also very disappointed that several New Democratic Party ... New Guinea, and Guatemala, to name a few. Based on the work of the UN Special Representative (...)

  7. Failure to control Canadian mining firms condemned

    New Gold Inc. The letter has also been sent to other affected international communities through (...)

  8. Conservatives revive Canada-Colombia Free Trade Agreement

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  9. CCFTA is back

    passed. They have a perfect chance now to slow down, especially in light of new accounts of human ... displacement from communal lands. The National Labour School (ENS) of Colombia has also accounted (...)

  10. News from Yuri Neira

    they found there was a cell of thinkers; we were making new ideas, what we were distributing were smiles, ... in jeopardy. G.G.A.: Today you are leading a new campaign against police brutality, as you have done for years. (...)

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