In Manitoba, a Hudbay Minerals mining operation is being challenged by First Nations. In Guatemala, Mayan Qeqchi people await decision from Canadian court concerning their civil suits filed against Hudbay Minerals in Toronto court.
Article "HONDURAN POLICE ACCUSED AS DEATH SQUADS" by Alberto Arce, Associated Press, May 13, 2013
On Al Jazeera, "Inside Story America" talks with Annie Bird (Rights Action) and Alberto Arce about whether the US state department is misleading Congress about possible US funding for Honduran death squads?
Article by Grahame Russell: “COUNTERING THE SPIN: Cross-examining Hudbay Mineral’s “facts” about its mining operations in Guatemala ”
Rights Action's response to a recent article: "Goldcorp looks to export relationship model in addition to gold from Eléonore project", by Alex Létourneau of Kitco News, published by Forbes: http://www.forbes.com/sites/kitconews/2012/03/19/goldcorp-looks-to-export-relationship-model-in-addition-to-gold-from-eleonore-project/
Rights Action seeks financial support for 13 Mayan villagers, to help them fight a precedent-setting corporate accountability lawsuit against Canadian mining company HudBay Minerals, over truly horrific acts of gang-rape, murder and shootings committed by mine security personnel at a Canadian mine in Guatemala.
Business Week article, about suspension of Hudbay Minerals mining operations in Peru
US Government glosses over war crime accusations against leading Guatemalan presidential candidate