Projet Accompagnement Solidarité Colombie

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Résultats de la recherche

  1. 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 (...)

  2. Páramos free of large-scale mining: an obligation of the Colombian authorities

    This statement from the Colombian Network Against Large Scale Transnational Mining, RECLAME, follows Greystar Resources's decision to withdraw its request for an environmental permit for its Angostura project in the Colombian páramos of Santurbán. (...)

  3. Páramos sin megaminería: obligación de las autoridades colombianas

    Comunicado de la Red Colombiana Frente a la Gran Minería, RECLAME. Como respuesta a las declaraciones que el pasado 17 de marzo de 2011 realizó el ministro de Minas y Energía anunciando que la empresa canadiense GreyStar Resources LTD.desistía de la explo (...)

  4. A Canadian Company Is Destroying the Environment and the Water In Colombia

    new methods can be subjected to rigorous peer review and shown to remedy these problems. Regulators (...)

  5. Les suites de l'ALECC

    English Bonjour à toutes et tous, Malheureusement, lundi dernier le 19 avril, les Libéraux se sont rangés en un seul bloc au côté des Conservateurs et ont voté pour le projet de loi C-2 sur la mise en oeuvre de l'Accord de libre-échange entre le Cana (...)

  6. Le MOVICE demande aux députés canadiens de ne pas ratifier l'ALECC

    English Bogotá, le 12 avril 2010 Honorable Membre du Parlement PARLEMENT DU CANADA OBJET: Refus de signer le Traité de libre-échange entre la Colombie et de Canada Chère Madame / Cher Monsieur, Le Mouvement national de victimes de l’État (MOVICE) est un r (...)

  7. The victims of violence in Colombia are asking the Canadian Parliament not to ratify the Free Trade Agreement between Canada and Colombia

    these public forces: big landowners, national and international capital, drug traffickers and a new political ... confessed their crimes or have refused to join the new generation of paramilitaries has allowed the murder ... the "new" paramilitary groups were able to reconstitute as a force of about 11 000 armed members.- (...)