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Denouncing harrassment and threats against Qeqchi plaintiffs in Guatemala related to lawsuits in Canada against Hudbay Minerals and CGN (Guatemalan Niquel Company)

Denouncing harrassment and threats against Qeqchi plaintiffs in Guatemala related to lawsuits in Canada against Hudbay Minerals and CGN (Guatemalan Niquel Company) Letter to:SEPREM (Secretaria Presidencial de la Mujer), Guatemala, from:Klippensteins Barristers and Solicitors, Canada ******* March 28, 2014 Licenciada Elizabeth Quiroa Cuellar SEPREM (secretaria presidencial de la mujer) Attention: Damaris Montepeque, asistente, dmontepeque@seprem.gob.gt 6a. [...]

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Were They Murdered?

Were They Murdered? By Magali Rey Rosa, Prensa Libre newspaper, March 14, 2014 http://www.prensalibre.com.gt/opinion/asesinados_0_1101489859.html#.UyNBRP4Bnjs.facebook March 31 will mark the second anniversary of the tragedy in which Nahomy, Ángel and Juan Carlos, Biology students from the Universidad del Valle de Guatemala (UVG), died within the facilities of the nickel mine in El Estor. According to the [...]

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Comunicado de Prensa: Caso Adolfo Ich y German Chub

Mynor Ronaldo Padilla Gonzales, ex jefe de Seguridad de la Compañía Guatemalteca de Níquel –CGN-/ Hudbay Minerals será Juzgado por delitos cometidos contra el Pueblo Q´eqchi, en Debate Oral y Público el 4 de abril 2014. La Compañía Guatemalteca de Níquel –CGN-, antes subsidiaria de la compañía canadiense Hudbay Minerals se instaló en el municipio [...]

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Guatemalans protest Canadian mines in their backyard

Republished from Embassy Magazine. November 13, 2013 GDressed proudly in their traditional colourful clothing, Angelica Choc and Maudilia Lopez Cardona travelled from their Guatemalan villages to Parliament Hill to draw attention to what they say is an inexcusable price paid by their communities to Canadian mining companies. For Sister Lopez, a Catholic nun from the [...]

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Angelica Choc’s fight is our fight too: Mayan widow suing mining company in Canada stands with Wabanaki shale gas resisters

Originally posted on the NB Media Coop Website. Written by Tracy Glynn on November 5, 2013   in Canada, Canada, Environment, Indigenous, New Brunswick – No comments Angelica Choc addresses law and sociology students at the University of New Brunswick law school on Nov. 1st, 2013. Photo by Tracy Glynn. Fredericton – “I am a [...]

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