Projet Accompagnement Solidarité Colombie

Résultats de la recherche

Résultats de la recherche

  1. Ground report Accompanying Afro-Colombian communities in Choco

      April 19 th 2011  PBI Colombia blog If you ask people in the Curbaradó river valley how they are doing, they will often say: ‘Aquí, luchando’ (here, struggling). During the last several months I’ve been accompanying quite a bit in Curbaradó, and am begi (...)

  2. Video: Uwa indigenous people opt for a future without oil

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  3. Update on the Conflict Surrounding Canadian Company Gran Colombia Gold: The Governor of Nariño States his Opposition to Open-Pit Mining on Campesino Land

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  4. Colombia: When Humanitarian Law Is Just Rhetoric

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  5. Colombia: Mining Debate Continues as New Minister is Appointed

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  6. Colombia: priest shot dead in mining town where canadian company lead the mining project

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  7. Video: Interview about the prison situation in Colombia

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  8. Vídeo: An indigenous Nonam community is displaced from its land

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  9. Colombia's Gold Rush: The Case of Marmato

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  10. VIDEO: Afrocolombians communities: Returning to our lands

    Español The Chocó has some of the richest land in Colombia. There is an abundance of water, minerals, and biodiversity. This has also meant significant potential for agricultural businesses. Since 1996, three thousand Afro-descendents and mixed race perso (...)

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