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21 May 2015

Victims of violence at Compañía Guatemalteca de Níquel mine ongoing efforts to obtain justice before Canadian & Guatemalan courts

Author: Sandra Cuffe, Mongabay.com (USA)

"Nickel Mine, Lead Bullets: Maya Q'eqchi' seek justice in Guatemala and Canada", 19 May 2015....

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20 October 2014

Full report

Author: Amnesty International

"Guatemala: Mining in Guatemala: Rights At Risk", Sep 2014...

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22 August 2007

Guatemala: Recuperating the Land that Belongs to Us

Author: Sandra Cuffe, Rights Action

The indigenous Q’eqchi’ community of Barrio Revolucion was among the six groups evicted during three rounds of forced evictions in November 2006 and January 2007...mining company Skye Resources, which acquired the controversial property rights granted...

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16 August 2005

ILO Investigates Claim Charging Violation of Convention 169 Regarding Skye Resources’ Guatemalan Nickel Project

Author: Asociación Estoreña Para el Desarrollo Integral (AEPDI) [Guatemala]

The International Labour Organization (ILO) is currently investigating a claim filed in March 2005 charging that Guatemala’s government violated its obligations under Convention 169 when it granted mine exploration licences to Skye Resources’...

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1 January 2005
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Author: Procurador de los Derechos Humanos de Guatemala

El reinicio de actividades de exploración y explotación minera en Guatemala ha despertado...

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21 April 2004

Inco Targeted at Annual Shareholders’ Meeting – Representatives from Communities Around the World Affected by Inco Gather in Toronto

Author: Environmental Defence, MiningWatch Canada

Inco’s poor environmental and human rights track record is being targeted by representatives from communities around the world both inside and outside the mining giant’s annual shareholders’ meeting in Toronto today. [also refers to Michael Jantzi...

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1 May 2003

full report: "Indigenous Rights are Human Rights: Four Cases of Rights Violations in the Americas"

Author: Amnesty International USA

[includes reference to: Brazil: agriculture industry; Canada: oil cos. including Unocal, logging cos. including Daishowa Paper Manufacturing Co. of Japan; Guatemala: oil cos. including Texaco, Basic Petroleum; mining cos. including INCO, Hanna Mining...

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