Projet Accompagnement Solidarité Colombie

Résultats de la recherche

Résultats de la recherche

  1. Mining in Colombia- At What Cost?

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  2. The UN Special Rapporteur addresses the impacts of extractive industries on indigenous peoples

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  3. Declaration of the Colombian National Congress of lands, territories and sovereignties

    Español Français “ Mother Earth belongs to those who take care of it, t erritories belong to the people, sovereignty is popular.”   15,0 00 delegates from campesino (small-scale farmer) organizations, and urban and rural worker organizations, from indigen (...)

  4. Annual report to the Human Rights Council with preliminary assessment of extractive industries operating in or near indigenous territories

    2011-hrc-annual-report-a-hrc-18-35-en.pdf (...)

  5. Criminalisation of Social Protest related to Extractive Industries in Latin America

    OEA/Ser.:/VII.124 Doc rev.1 7 March 2006   CIDSE ONG internationales Criminalisation Crime d'entreprise (...)

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

    Español Français Social mobilization and a growing awareness of the environmental effects of Greystar’s proposed mine in Santurbán--including the contamination of water that supplies some of the inhabitants of Santander and feeds the Lebrija, Pamplonita a (...)

  7. The Canadian mineable pattern: institutionalized plundering and impunity

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  8. Alberta's Crude Business in Colombia

    place to be a trade unionist. Since 1996, Colombia’s National Trade Union School (ENS) has recorded ... and gas sector. ENS numbers show that in 2008, 46 trade union members were assassinated, 157 were (...)

  9. Multinational Corporations, Rentier Capitalism, and the War System in Colombia

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