Colombia Solidarity Campaign

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NO A LA MINA! SI A LA VIDA!

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3pm-6pm, Friday 1 June, outside Colombian Embassy, London
Nearest Tube: Knightsbridge
3 Hans Crescent, London SW1X 0LN

Join us in solidarity with the people of Cajamarca, central Colombia, to say
NO TO THE COLOSA MINE AND YES TO LIFE!

No a la Mina! Si a la vida!

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Higher Education, Environment and Human Rights in Colombia today

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6-8pm  Thursday 17th November
Room 349, 3rd floor of  Senate House
Malet St London WC1E 7HU (near SOAS; nearest tubes Goodge Street or Russell Square)

Higher Education, Environment and Human Rights in Colombia today

Speakers:  Berenice Celeyta - Director of Asociacion Nomadesc, Colombian human rights NGO based in Valle de Cauca, Southwest region.
Carlos Gonzalez- President of Sintraunicol Valle del Cauca (Valle del Cauca section of National Union of University Workers)
Institute for the Study of the Americas staff

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New driver, but same direction – heading for a train crash

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Santos Leading Colombia towards Prosperity for All?

Colombia Solidarity Campaign London Briefing Meeting
7pm Tuesday 15 November
The Apple Tree pub, 45 Mount Pleasant, WC1 (Russell Square, Farringdon, Kings X or Angel tube)

Speakers:   Report back from delegation to Cajamarca plus briefings from Colombian guests

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Picket!! Stop la colosa gold mine!! No a la colosa!!!

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Friday, October 14 · 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Colombian Embassy, 3 Hans Crescent, London SW1X 0LN


COLOMBIA, the second most BIODIVERSE country in the world, home to 105 INDIGENOUS CULTURES, is under theat by MINING MULTINATIONALS. Mining titles now cover 8% of national territory. London-listed ANGLOGOLD ASHANTI holds the majority of them, many in Indigenous or Afro-Colombian lands, or areas with UNIQUE or IRREPLACEABLE ECOSYSTEMS. Land is being handed over to mining companies with the blessing of the Colombian state.

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London Mining Network in association with Colombia Solidarity Campaign, Down to Earth and Piplinks BHP Billiton: Dirty Energy

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BHP Billiton: Dirty Energy

Wednesday 19 October 2011, 7pm to 9pm
Room 1, Upper Corridor
Houses of Parliament
BHP Billiton is the world’s largest diversified resources company. It made record profits of $23.6 billion over the past year. It is listed on the London Stock Exchange. Many British workers’ pension funds, British banks and insurance companies have investments in it - but most British people have never heard of it.
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