Projet Accompagnement Solidarité Colombie

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  1. Colombie: grande marche du Nord du Cauca sur Cali le 24 mai

    Minga autochtone: « Les raisons de marcher ne manquent pas » Environ 5.000 personnes arrivent à Cali à une manifestation pour protester contre les violations des droits humains dans leurs territoires et en solidarité avec Buenaventura, le département du C (...)

  2. Les bases communes des luttes autochtones en Colombie et au Canada

    English Il existe des parallèles frappants entre les peuples autochtones au Canada et en Colombie. Il s'agit d'un continent où on s’est efforcé depuis les premiers contacts d’éliminer les peuples autochtones grâce à des politiques de génocide ph (...)

  3. Common Ground of Indigenous Struggles in Colombia and Canada

    Français There are striking parallels between Indigenous Peoples in Canada and Colombia. This is a hemisphere where efforts have been made since contact to eliminate Indigenous Peoples through policies of physical and cultural genocide. While there are cl (...)

  4. QUARTERLY HUMAN RIGHTS UPDATE

    January to March 2017 PBI’s quarterly human rights update calls attention to critical security situations affecting the persons, organisations and communities, accompanied by Peace Brigades International (PBI), whose work in the defence of human rights re (...)

  5. Persecuted for Defending their Right to Have Access to Drinking Water: The Case of the Canadian Oil Company Gran Tierra in the localities of Yopal and Aguazul

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  6. Sumapaz, une lutte enracinée dans le territoire

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  7. Canada’s Gran Colombia Gold files $700 million lawsuit against Colombia over Marmato project

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  8. Big Win for Colombian Community Against Canadian Mining Giant

    Español Français The Indigenous and Afro-Colombian community of Marmato won a major court victory in their 10-year fight against a massive Canadian gold mine. In February 2017, Colombia's Constitutional Court ruled in favor of the residents of Marmat (...)

  9. Gender and the role of women in Colombia’s peace process

    prostitution, forced abortions, and enslavement. Moreover, as survivors, women often assume new roles. ... justice, and education. In their new locations, displaced women are exposed to further risk of sexual ... policies and strategies, however, can provide opportunities for creating new models of masculinity (...)

  10. Analyses genrées et rôle des femmes dans le processus de paix en Colombie

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