Projet Accompagnement Solidarité Colombie

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  1. PASC- Who We Are and What We Do

    Français Project Accompaniment and Solidarity Colombia: Who We Are and What We Do Table of Contents PASC... 3 Our action methods... 3 Colombia's Dirty War... 4 Direct Solidarity... 5 RedHer... 6 Forced Displacement and Stolen Land... 7 Jiguamiando an (...)

  2. Afro-Colombian Resistance in La Guajira

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  3. What the President's cousin says on Marmato is what the government does

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  4. Inmates Violently Repressed in prison Described as "Depths of Hell"

    Valledupar High Security Prison On the evening of June 11th security guards at the high security prison in Valledupar, known as ‘La Tramacua’, led by the prison director Leopoldo Lopez Pinzon, stormed several towers of the prison. These had been peacefull (...)

  5. 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 (...)

  6. Palm empire- state crimes in Colombia

    Français A collective documentary made in Choco in 2004 by PASC members. Palm empire- state crimes in Colombia PASC PASC Agrocarburants Chocó (...)

  7. To all communities affected by Canadian mining operations:

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  8. Failure to control Canadian mining firms condemned

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  9. 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 (...)

  10. 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 (...)

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