• Press release: visit to UN in Geneva

    A delegation of rural and indigenous women from Peru, Guatemala and El Salvador will denounce human rights violations committed by both states and the extractive industry at the UN Forum on Business and Human Rights, 1-3 December in Geneva.

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  • Citizens take on mining firms

    According to the Independent newspaper, El Salvador (Central America’s smallest country) may be becoming the anti-mining capital of the world.

    Photo: Nestor Polanco
  • Important study from European Parliament

    The Policy Department of the Directorate-General for External Policies of the European Parliament has commissioned a report into human rights violations worldwide against indigenous peoples by the extractive industries.

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  • Declaration from the People’s Summit in Cajamarca

      “It is essential to reform our political system and laws which currently back this economic model. One of the hardest and most difficult manifestations of this model is the criminalization of the protest and the repression by the state-owned forces put at the service of the companies, which has …

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  • Blockade at La Puya

    LATIN CORRESPONDENT  has published an excellent article by Camilla Capasso on the situation at La Puya in Guatemala.

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  • Rights at risk in Guatemala

    Telesur has published an assessment of the recent Amnesty International report into mining in Guatemala, together with an analysis of the context.

    Screenshot from 2014-10-09 17:17:57
  • Goldcorp mine halted

    Development by the Canadian corporation Goldcorp of a huge mine in Chile has been halted, the BBC has reported.

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Press release: visit to UN in Geneva

A delegation of rural and indigenous women from Peru, Guatemala and El Salvador will denounce human rights violations committed by both states …

Photo: Nestor Polanco

Citizens take on mining firms

According to the Independent newspaper, El Salvador (Central America’s smallest country) may be becoming the anti-mining capital of the world.

EuropeanParliament2

Important study from European Parliament

The Policy Department of the Directorate-General for External Policies of the European Parliament has commissioned a report into human rights violations worldwide …

Screenshot from 2014-10-25 12:29:54

Blockade at La Puya

LATIN CORRESPONDENT  has published an excellent article by Camilla Capasso on the situation at La Puya in Guatemala.

Screenshot from 2014-10-09 17:17:57

Rights at risk in Guatemala

Telesur has published an assessment of the recent Amnesty International report into mining in Guatemala, together with an analysis of the context.

Screenshot from 2014-10-08 21:11:03

Goldcorp mine halted

Development by the Canadian corporation Goldcorp of a huge mine in Chile has been halted, the BBC has reported.