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  1. Teacher Trade Unionist and oponent to the Canadian company Quedada Assassinated

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  2. La Colosa: the quest for El Dorado in Cajamarca, Colombia

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  3. Canadian Greystar: Water Inspires Strange Bedfellows

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  4. 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. (...)

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

    Colombia, South America, is a poor country with a history of violence and political instability but also is a very rich land, full of good and hopeful people. (...)

  7. The Ultimate Dream of a Multinational: To Have an Army at its Service

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  8. 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 (...)

  9. Le second débarquement: Multinationales espagnoles en Amérique Latine

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  10. The Canadian mineable pattern: institutionalized plundering and impunity

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