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Thursday, 28 May 2015
Colombia
1 On 1st Anniversary, Puente Nayero Humanitarian Space Inspires Nonviolent Resistance in Buenaventura, Colombia Lisa Taylor
2 San José de Apartadó: Lessons from Colombia’s Peace Community Chris Courtheyn
3 Colombia - Hope in the Midst of a Violent Crisis: Life in Buenaventura's Urban Humanitarian Space Nikki Drake
4 Gabriel García Márquez: The Last Visit Ignacio Ramonet
5 Mining and Post-Conflict in Colombia Raúl Zibechi
6 Santos' Presidential Win in Colombia is a Vote for Peace Mike LaSusa
7 Colombia’s U’was Say No to Gas Drilling in Their Territory David Hill
8 Colombian Poor Occupy Lands Slated for Military Base Dawn Paley
9 Photo Essay: The Beehive Collective's First Tour in Colombia of the New Graphic Campaign ‘Mesoamérica Resiste’ Polinizaciones
10 Colombia Approaches a Point of No Return in Loss of Biodiversity BLCC2014, Translation by Alexandra Quinn
11 Colombia: ‘That is How Dead Guerillas are Made’, Through False Positives Ander Izaguirre-El País, Translation by Christina Hewitt
12 Colombia: Peace Talks Fail to Stop Human Rights Abuses Ahead of UN Review Amnesty International
13 Air Force Bombings Endanger and Kill Civilians in Colombia Dawn Paley
14 Southwest Antioquia: Microcosm of Social Conflict in Colombia’s New Gold Rush James Rodríguez
15 'Touch One of Us and We Will All Respond': Building a Movement to Fight Femicide and Impunity in Medellin Gina Spigarelli
16 Indigenous Continental Summits: The International Politics of Resistance Manuela Picq
17 Women, War and Peace: Colombian Women Demand Truth and Justice Mariel Pérez and Dana Brown
18 Putting Profits over People: Extractivism and Human Rights in Colombia Mariel Pérez and Dana Brown
19 Water Festival of El Carmen de Viboral: Communities Resist Water Privatization and Multinational Mining in Colombia Gina Spigarelli
20 This Is Peace: "Walking The Word" in Colombia Chris Courtheyn
21 Colombia: Paramilitary Group Threatens Indigenous Protesters with ‘Social Cleansing’ Amnesty International
22 After 65 Years—Will Peace Finally Come to Colombia? An Interview with Ricardo Esquivia Dan La Botz (with Lillian Hall)
23 Brutal Repression of National Strike in Colombia: Santos Declares Militarization of Bogotá James Jordan
24 Colombian Town Says ‘No’ to Gold Mine Constanza Vieira
25 Santos Says Colombia Doesn’t Need U.N. Human Rights Office Constanza Vieira
26 Cargill Flouts Law to Secretly Build Land Bank in Colombia Richard Smallteacher
27 Potato Farmers in Colombia Rebel Against Trade Laws, Rising Production Costs Joe Shansky
28 Colombia: Marcha Patriótica Gains Momentum in the Struggle for Peace with Social Justice Peter Bolton and Alejandro Gonzalez
29 Organizations Like Bamboo: Wellness and Resilience in Colombian Human Rights Defense Andrew Willis Garcés
30 Teaching Peace: The University of Resistance in Colombia’s San Jose de Apartado Community James Bargent
31 Cauca: Lines Drawn at the Heart of Colombia’s Crisis Brian Fitzpatrick
32 Colombia: Communities of Huila Continue to Defend Mother Earth from Mega-development Projects Polinizaciones
33 Chiquita Republic: United Fruit in Colombia James Bargent
34 Colombia: Dismantling a Half-Century of Conflict Raúl Zibechi
35 Colombia: Minga of Resistance Launched against Quimbo Dam and Other Resource Extraction Projects Polinizaciones
36 Colombia: Indigenous Nasa Resist Militarization in Cauca Gina Spigarelli
37 Operation Injustice: Indigenous and Afro-Colombian Human Rights Defenders and Community Leaders Face Mass Arrests and Arbitrary Detention Heidi Andrea Rhodes
38 Colombia: Movement for the Defense and Liberation of Mother Earth Commences the Festival of the Sun Polinizaciones
39 The Path of the Free Trade Agreement between Colombia and the United States Ariela Ruiz Caro
40 Colombia Denounced for Continued Impunity for Human Rights Crimes Constanza Vieira
41 Colombia: Community Takes on Uribe and Allies Over Controversial Tunnel James Bargent
42 Progress or Promises? Free Trade and Labor Rights in Colombia James Bargent
43 Small-Scale Miners in Nariño Face Crackdown as Foreign Companies Set Sights on Colombia Leah Gardner
44 Colombia: Despite Diverting of the River, Movement Against Quimbo Dam Vows to Grow Stronger Polinizaciones
45 The Hidrosogamoso Dam: Communities pay the high price of hydro-electric power in Colombia James Bargent
46 Regional Strike Paralyzes Hydroelectric Project in Colombia Polinizaciones and ASOQUIMBO
47 Interview with Iván Cepeda: Social Movements Fight Against Impunity in Colombia Emma Gascó y Martín Cúneo (Diagonal nº163), Translation by Laura Cann
48 Armed ‘Rescues’ as the Abortion of Dialogue: The Colombian State’s Continuity of Failure James J. Brittain
49 Connecting the Dots: Colombian Army Officers and Civilian Killings John Lindsay-Poland
50 Colombian Students Mobilize Against Education Reforms William Lloyd George
 
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