Projet Accompagnement Solidarité Colombie

Résultats de la recherche

Résultats de la recherche

  1. Mandé Norte again putting Atrato communities at risk

    and the economic interests in play are becoming new actors in the armed conflict. This dark panorama is reflected ... that with the changes brought in by the new government and the transfer of titles by Muriel and AngloGold, the project (...)

  2. Will Álvaro Uribe finally pay for his crimes?

    Français Today, ex-president Álvaro Uribe appeared before the Supreme Court while hundreds mobilized in support of the process against him and to demand he finally pay for his crimes. Today is a historic day in Colombia. One of the most controversial lead (...)

  3. Canadian organizations call for unequivocal commitment to peace and respect for human rights in Colombia

    Français Español September 20, 2019 On the eve of the International Day of Peace, the undersigned Canadian organizations are joining to express their profound concern over an escalating human rights crisis in Colombia and continued threats to the Colombia (...)

  4. FARC / FARC-EP: Thoughts after the schism

    Español Français The division of the FARC into two groups creates a new situation, and it becomes ... to join the new insurgency. It is therefore important to realize that: The new guerrillas include members ... and more important to the Colombian economy, for it will help us build a new economy… After the boom (...)

  5. CCFTA continues

    Unfortunately, on Monday 19th April, Liberals sided in one bloc with the Conservatives and voted in favor of the C-2 draft law on the implementation of the Free Trade Agreement between Canada and Colombia (CCFTA). Therefore, the draft went through the sta (...)

  6. La Piedra- Information and analysis bulletin on extractivism here and in Colombia- July 2019

    Unist’ot’en Do Not Consent To Man Camps Increasing Violence Against Our Women   Coastal Gaslink (CGL) is establishing a proposed industrial work camp (aka: ‘man camp’) site in Unist’ot’en Territory known as Camp 9A. (...)

  7. Canada-Colombia FTA removed from legislative agenda

    http://www.en-camino.org Mingas-FTA: http://www.mingas.info ONG internationales Profiteurs canadiens de la guerre (...)

  8. The murder of social leaders in Colombia: what is the role of the government of Canada?

    the New York Times described current repression by the Colombian Army as being at a level similar ... statistics. (Colombian Army's Kill orders put civilians at risk, officers say. New York Times, May 18 ... notably the New Democratic Party (NDP) and the Bloc Québécois, led a strong opposition to the TLC-CC. (...)

  9. [Interview] Verónica López: "The state consider many social leaders don't belong to organizations"

    of these assassinations and ignore the new dynamics of paramilitary. C.I.: And which are the measure taken (...)

  10. MAY 6: STOP FTA CANADA-COLOMBIA- RALLY IN OTTAWA- BUSES FROM MONTREAL AND SHERBROOKE

    http://www.mesopinions.com/Violations-des-Droits-humains- en (...)

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