Colombia Solidarity Campaign

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Bristol Latin America Forum

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10am - 6pm Saturday the 1st of March 2008

Latin America is in a crucial stage of transition. Right now, history is unfolding before our eyes with dynamic movements changing the face of the continent. The Bristol Latin American Forum, which is now in its third consecutive year, invites you to explore these current issues in a stimulating political and cultural event

The forum will be webcast live from here on Saturday between about 11am and 6pm

 

 

 

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New Death Threats Against Coca-Cola Workers

On 12 February a brown envelope was left outside the home of José Domingo Florez in Bucaramanga, north of Colombia. It contained the following death threat against Coca-Cola workers and leaders of SINALTRAINAL trade union: 
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A Humanitarian Agreement is Urgently Needed to Respect Life and Dignity

Statement on 4 Feb Demonstrations against the FARC from the Colombia Solidarity Campaign.

Social movements warn that 4 February demonstrations will polarise Colombia and “prolong the internal war in our country, and close off the possibility that the actors involved will humanise the armed conflict”.

Pronouncement of Social Organisations on 4 February

Declaration on the March of February 4 by the Polo Democratico Alternativo

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Protest at Coca-Cola?s London Headquarters

pict6774small.jpgTrade unionists from UNISON and Hammersmith Trades Council joined samba musicians, Iranian refugees and students from Sussex university on Colombia Solidarity Campaign’s emergency protest at Coca-Cola’s London Headquarters on 20 December.

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COCA-COLA WORKERS RECEIVE IMMINENT DEATH THREAT

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Nelson Prez
, Luis Eduardo Garcia, Jose Domingo Flores

In the last fortnight, three Coca-Cola workers in Bucaramanga, Colombia have been told that before the end of December they will be killed and buried in a mass grave. The threat demands that the union cease all protest against Coca-Cola. Join us in emergency action to defend their lives!

The men – Luis Eduardo, Jose Domingo and Nelson Perez – belong to SINALTRAINAL, the trade union representing Coca-Cola workers in Colombia. Since 1994, nine Coca-Cola workers have been murdered by paramilitary death squads in response to the union’s resistance.

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