Upside Down World
Thursday, 30 July 2015
1 Palm Oil Industry Tied to Ecocide in Guatemalan River Jeff Abbott
2 Sexual Violence as a War Crime in Guatemala: Mayan Women Struggle for Justice Kelsey Alford-Jones
3 Guatemala: Popular Protests Challenge Corruption and the Political Establishment Jeff Abbott
4 Indigenous Campesinos in Guatemala Demand an End to Violent Evictions Jeff Abbott
5 Maya Q’eqchi’ Families in Guatemala Demand Access to Land Jhonathan F. Gómez
6 “We Are Defending Life:” The Criminalization of Environmental and Indigenous Rights Activists in Guatemala Jeff Abbott
7 Guatemala: How a Pseudo-Military Project Was Created to Protect the Escobal Mine Luis Solano, Translation by NISGUA
8 “They Use Bullets Because They Don’t Like the Truth:” New Violence Against Journalists and Community Radio in Guatemala Jeff Abbot
9 Indigenous Guatemalans Create Political Platform for 2015 Elections Christin Sandberg
10 Indigenous Women in Guatemala Demand End to State of Prevention Jeff Abbott
11 Guatemalan Communities Reject Neoliberal Development Plan Jeff Abbott
12 Another Massacre of Indigenous People in Guatemala Coordinator for the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
13 Mayan Q’eqchí Communities Violently Evicted in Alta Verapaz, Guatemala Jeff Abbott
14 Mayan People’s Movement Defeats Monsanto Law in Guatemala Christin Sandberg
15 The World Bank And Inter-American Development Bank's Chixoy Dam Project: Still Killing Mayan Guatemalans 32 Years Later Grahame Russell
16 Women-Led Resistance against False Development in Guatemala Deepa Panchang and Jessica Hsu
17 Guatemala: The End of the Spring of Claudia Paz y Paz José Luis Sanz, Translated by Danica Jorden
18 Finally Free: Mass Burial of Wartime Victims in Guatemala Exhumed from Former Military Garrison of Comalapa James Rodríguez,
19 Guatemalan Court Rules in Favor of Indigenous People Over Goldcorp Mining in Sipacapa Christin Sandberg
20 US Policies Exacerbate Migration Crisis in Guatemala Kathryn Johnson and Lydia White Cocom
21 Guatemala: Opposition to Mining, the New Threat to National Security Oswaldo J. Hernández, Translation by Danica Jorden
22 Mayan People’s Council Organizes National Strike in Guatemala Christin Sandberg
23 Guatemala: Violent Eviction of the La Puya Peaceful Mining Resistance James Rodríguez,
24 Social Conflicts Escalate around Hydroelectric Projects in Guatemala Christin Sandberg
25 Guatemala's New 'Right-wing' Attorney General Raises Questions and Fears Kelsey Alford-Jones
26 Guatemala: Suppressing Dissent at Home and Abroad Patricia Davis
27 Where Does the Left Stand in Guatemala? Ollantay Itzamná, Translation by Christina Hewitt
28 Fashion Faux Pas? Free Trade and Sweatshop Labor in Guatemala Cyril Mychalejko
29 Guatemala: The Peaceful Anti-Mining Resistance at "La Puya" Celebrates Two Years of Struggle Rob Mercatante, Guatemala Human Rights Commission
30 Confronting the Narrative: Gladys Tzul on Indigenous Governance and State Authority in Guatemala Oswaldo J. Hernández, Translated by Sandra Cuffe
31 U.S. Government Holding World Bank and IADB Accountable to Ensure Reparations for Chixoy Dam Victims in Guatemala Grahame Russell, Rights Action
32 Photo Essay: Guatemalan Wartime Victims Exhumed From Former Military Base Return to Pambach James Rodríguez
33 “There is No Amnesty for These Crimes”: Guatemalan Massacre Survivor Anselmo Roldán Kicks Off U.S. Speaking Tour Beth Geglia, Interview Transcribed by Roberto Leal
34 Conflict Over Proposed Dam Flares Up in Guatemala Kelsey Alford-Jones
35 The End of Impunity? Indigenous Guatemalans Bring Canadian Mining Company to Court Arij Riahi
36 Guatemala: The Deported Return James Rodríguez
37 A New Era for Guatemala's Indigenous Peoples? Stacey Gomez
38 Militarization of Law Enforcement in Guatemala Just the Facts Blog
39 Guatemala: La Puya’s Celebration of Life, Peace, and Defense of the Earth Alexandra Pedersen
40 The Struggle Continues for Justice for Genocide in Guatemala Grahame Russell
41 Despite Historic Conviction, Genocide Continues in Guatemala Leonor Hurtado
42 Guatemala: So they weren’t “Zetas” after all La Hora, Translation by Christina Hewitt
43 State of Siege: Mining Conflict Escalates in Guatemala Sandra Cuffe
44 New Wave of Attacks against Land Rights Activists in Guatemala Guatemala Human Rights Commission
45 “Sons and Daughters of the Earth”: Indigenous Communities and Land Grabs in Guatemala Alberto Alonso-Fradejas
46 Photo Essay: Genocide Trial begins in Guatemala James Rodríguez
47 Profiting From Genocide: The World Bank's Bloody History in Guatemala Cyril Mychalejko
48 Guatemala’s Deadly Lifeline: Over-Reliance on the United States John Washington
49 Remilitarization Gives Rise to New Tensions and Violence in Guatemala Kelsey Alford-Jones
50 Guatemala - Mayan Oxlajuj Baktun: End of an Era, More of the Same James Rodríguez,
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