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  1. Toronto May 30, 2013: Activists question Pacific Rubiales in front of its shareholders

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  2. USO Files Suit Against Pacific Rubiales For violations of the right to freedom of association

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  3. ***Call Out: Activists and Independent Media*** International Mobilisation in Colombia Against Foreign Extractive Companies

    Learn more: http://www.pasc.ca/en/org/redher-0   PASC PASC Crime d'entreprise Profiteurs canadiens (...)

  4. Mining for Profits in International Tribunals- Updated

    and relatively new weapon – the right to sue governments in international arbitration tribunals granted under ... negotiated among 11 countries:  Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, (...)

  5. Pacific Rubiales earns more in finance than it does in oil

    Español Français This is what can be taken away from a recent study by the Uniciencia Bucaramanga, a Colombian university, entitled 'Mining and Energy Policy: Analysis of the Case of Pacific Rubiales'. The report's author, Mario Alejandro V (...)

  6. An introduction to Canadian Investments and the conflict in Colombia

    Humanos en Colombia, SIADDHH, Programa Somos Defensores, Bogotá, 2013. 2. http://www.ccic.ca/_files/en (...)

  7. ‘Jaguar people’s’ urgent appeal to oil company’s shareholders

    When it was time, we would abandon those gardens to the forest and make new ones in another place. (...)

  8. Pacific Rubiales: Corporate Social Responsibility?

    and a new football team in Villavicencio, Llanero Football Club. However these 'voluntary' ... their good image. At this point a new initiative enters the scene: Corporate Social Responsibility. Three (...)

  9. The Profiteer's Bulletin- March 2013

    on 9 February after their union signed a new collective agreement that provides improved working conditions. (...)

  10. Talisman Energy, Enbridge, and the OCENSA pipeline in Centro Oriente province

    In 2012, Enbridge planned to extend the OCENSA pipeline and to begin work on new oil pipeline to send ... investors to set up a new military battalion to protect foreign companies engaged in resource exploration. (...)

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