Projet Accompagnement Solidarité Colombie

Résultats de la recherche

Résultats de la recherche

  1. I 71- Intimidation, threats against the people of the Humanitarian Zones and from the Reservation Zone

    The warnings, intimidations, and pressure of the XVII Brigade military units and police agents, the business owners and armed civilians against the inhabitants of the Humanitarian Zone of Curvarado were frequent since mid-April when farmers returned to Cu (...)

  2. Liliana Obando: A new witch-hunt against the Political Opposition in Colombia

    Published in The Stone in the Shoes, no 7 Women's Prison, Bogotá, Colombia. September 3, 2008 As at no other time in the life of the nation, the loss of credibility of public institutions now has a direct correlation with the mafia style of governanc (...)

  3. Extradition: War on terrorism and drug trafficking?

    Published in The Stone in the Shoe, no7 By Efrain Guerrero Sanchez, political prisoner. More than 1,000 people extradited during the era of Colombian President Uribe: A mark of pride of which he boasts regularly. A matter of nostalgia for thousands of fam (...)

  4. The Criminalization of Indigenous Protest

    Publishes in la Piedra No 5, In September of 2007, the United Nations adopted the non-binding Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. Four high profile countries notably voted against the declaration- namely Canada, the United States, Australia a (...)

  5. Canada and the anti-terrorist battle inside its borders

    Published in la Piedra No5, “In times of war, men commit innumerable and horrific crimes against one another that they do not at the time consider to be crimes”, states Leo Tolstoy in War and Peace’s unforgettable opening chapter. 140 years later, the sta (...)

  6. Colombia and its criminal politics

    Published in la Piedra No 5, In Colombia, the criminalization of social and popular sectors that oppose the current regime is a national disgrace. Since the 60s, every successive government has used the judiciary arm as a powerful tool to punish dissident (...)

  7. Palm Growers and Paramilitaries in Uraba

    African palm plantation companies are playing a growing role in helping paramilitaries consolidate their control of the Uraba region of Choco and Antioquia in Colombia. Indigenous, Afro-Colombian, and peace communities have long stood in the way of corpor (...)

  8. The Humanitarian Zones

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  9. Further Reading

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