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  1. Colombia’s Gold Rush: The Silver Lining for Paramilitaries and Guerrillas

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  2. 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 (...)

  3. 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 (...)

  4. In the Midst of Deceit: The Magdalena Medio and the World World Bank

    Español The recent publication of the book by Alfredo Molano En Medio del Magdalena Medio offers us the the opportunity to look again at various issues of political importance in Colombia: social partnership as a mechanism of conflict resolution; African (...)

  5. The Canadian mineable pattern: institutionalized plundering and impunity

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  6. Land and Conflict: Canadian Companies in Colombia

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  7. 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 (...)

  8. Oil palm grows by the force of violence

    http://www.cbc.collectifs.net/doc/informe_en_v3-1.pdf; “Colombia: agrocombustibles destruyen comunidades y biodiversidad”, Salva la Selva, (...)

  9. The reality of Trade Unionism in Colombia

    Español Français Colombia: One of world’s most dangerous places for trade unionists Press release, 07/03/2007 http://news.amnesty.org/index/ENGAMR230172007 A sham paramilitary demobilization process, combined with thousands of cases of threats and killing (...)

  10. Chiquita and Death Squads

    Español Français With a $25 Million Fine, Chiquita Washes its Hands in Death Squad Case narcosphere.narconews.com narcosphere.narconews.com Chiquita has admitted to making payments to Colombian death squads-- but the death squads' victims won't (...)

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