Colombia Solidarity Campaign

- Fighting for Peace with Justice -



minero-web.gifMineworkers in Colombia have been the targets of death threats and assassinations for being trade unionists.

Small-scale gold and emerald miners have been murdered so that wealthy landowners and foreign companies can get their hands on mining concessions.

State-owned mining operations have been sold off to multinationals at a fraction of their true value at the insistence of the International Monetary Fund.

African-Colombian, Indigenous and other rural farming communities have been forced off their land and deprived of their livelihood to make way for the activities of British-based and other mining multinationals.


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1 News of the Dirty Coal Tour 2014
2 Wayuu representative socks it to BHP Billiton over Cerrejon mine
3 Cerrejon Coal and Roche residents reach agreement
4 La Colosa: La Búsqueda de El Dorado en Cajamarca, Colombia
5 La Colosa: the quest for El Dorado in Cajamarca, Colombia
6 Report on the Anglo American AGM, 21 April 2011
7 Struggle against Greystar Resource's Angostura project in the Colombian páramos of Santurbán
8 Muriel Mining/Rio Tinto at Mande Norte
9 Strike averted at Cerrejon
10 Workers to Strike at British owned Coalmine
11 National Union of Workers in the Coal Industry, “SINTRACARBON”
12 The roads are leading to a strike
13 Multinationals ‘on trial’ for mining activities in Colombia
14 Colombia’s Cerrejon: four contractors die in accident
15 BHP Billiton: new chair, same old story
16 Anglo American challenged at AGM: full report
17 Muriel up against the wall in Colombia
18 Nace la red colombiana frente a la gran mineria transnacional
19 Colombian network against large scale transnational mining is launched
20 Colombia: Muriel Mining response to ABColombia letter
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