On Veteran’s Day across the United States, Remembrance Day across Canada, cities and towns are filled with fluttering flags. Parades wind solemnly to cemeteries. The media provides full-on reporting about American and Canadian families who have lost loved ones in wars and interventions across the planet, who now care for wounded loved ones returned from wars and interventions across the planet.
Letter to the World Bank and Inter-American Development Bank
Screening Dates Announced. Defensora documents the historic and on-going land and community defense struggles of Mayan Q’eqchi communities in eastern Guatemala, and their struggle for justice and remedy in Canadian courts against the nickel mining company Hudbay Minerals.
This struggle for justice and remedy in Canadian courts is far from over; more support is needed for the courageous Maya Qeqchi people (plaintiffs) from Guatemala.
Rights Action is pleased to share this press release from the makers of “Gold Fever”.
The Honduras Solidarity Network, a network of over 30 organizations, calls for local actions on June 28 to commemorate the coup and in solidarity with the resistance movement.
Memorial Day. Across the country, cities and towns fill with the red, white and blue. Parades wind along streets, ending up at local cemeteries. The media reports moving stories of American families who have lost loved ones in wars and interventions across the planet, who now care for, ever-more, wounded loved ones returned from wars across the planet.
Alberto Rotondo, executive of Tahoe Mine, San Rafael in Guatemala , gave direct orders to assassinate members of the community San Rafael Las Flores. The investigation of the mining conflicts in San Rafael Las Flores, Santa Rosa , took a 180 degrees turn, after the Public Ministry submitted audio from wiretapping as evidence. In the audio it can be clearly heard how Alberto Rotondo, head of the San Rafael Mining Security outfit, ordered to assassinate opponents of the mine.
Article “THE GUATEMALA ‘IXIL GENOCIDE TRIAL’: The Case Against Efraín Rios Montt Tests The Independence Of The Judiciary And Pushes Guatemala’s Military Political Project To The Limit”, by Annie Bird
National and international media gathered in the Committee of Relatives of the Detained-Disappeared in Honduras (COFADEH) office for the announcement of the exhumation of human remains found in the Paso Aguán plantation, in the jurisdiction of Trujillo, Colón.