By Mariana Villas and Jonathan Janssens

Sign the petition to tackle the deadly trade in conflict minerals!

Help let Máxima win the Stop The Killings human rights prize 2015.

World wide actions against World Bank annual's meeting in Lima, Peru.

The Tia Maria project is paralysed by social, environmental and political conflicts.

Tomorrow, Thursday 3rd September 2015, the judicial process of 16 environmental and human rights defenders continues in the courts of Cajamarca, northern Peru. The 16 community leaders are accused by the governors of the province of Celendin and the district of Sorochuco of kidnapping, coercion and irreverence to patriotic symbols. The Public Prosecution is asking for a prison sentence of between 30 and 35 years for each accused and a reparation of ten thousand soles.

The pope says no to fracking and megamining. (By Jamie Bajer)

By: Lynn Holland, Senior Research Fellow at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs 

A global unity forged to resist devastation of global mining liberalization

Press release by GRUFIDES. 28 May 2015, Cajamarca, Peru. 


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