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Press release: Justice for Berta Cáceres, protection for the defense of human rights in Latin America
The EU-LAT network and CIDSE together made up of more than 57 European and international organizations, echoing the requests of COPINH and backed by representatives of the European Parliament, demand justice, remembrance and the guarantee of non-repetition for Berta Cáceres, as well as for the defense of human
rights in Honduras and throughout Latin America.
La minería extractiva constituye una de las mayores amenazas contra el medio ambiente y las comunidades locales en el Amazonas y en el conjunto de América Latina, pero estas empresas a menudo buscan lavar su imagen acercándose a la Iglesia, advierte el sacerdote italiano Dário Bossi, coordinador de los Misioneros Combonianos en Brasil y miembro de la coordinación de la Red Iglesias y Minería
Letter from the Churches and Mining Network concerning the Shuar Community and the decision of the Ecuadorian Government to close down and dissolve Acción Ecológica. 21 December 2016 (Available in EN and ES)
Acting for tranformation for a just and sustainable world, CIDSE Strategic Framework 2016-2021 (available in English, French German and Spanish)
We are pleased to publish CIDSE’s new Strategic Framework ‘Acting for transformation– towards a just and sustainable world’, which outlines our network’s strategic direction and priorities from 2016 to 2021.
Report by the Third International Mission 2015
Organizations, networks and social movements publish the long-awaited report on the 3rd International Mission on the Right to Adequate Food and Nutrition in Guatemala, while also addressing the status of human rights defenders in the country. This report proposes a set of recommendations to tackle the structural causes of hunger in Guatemala.
Open letter of the communities affected by mining operations, received in Rome by the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace
Press release: Church sends a strong signal of support for communities affected by mining, and for work towards effective responses
Today, the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace will welcome about thirty representatives of communities affected by mining activities from Africa, Asia and Latin America for a three-day meeting, "A day of reflection - In union with God we hear a plea". The meeting is intended as a time for collection of evidence, sharing of experiences, reflection and proposals for future action by the Church or communities themselves.
Des évêques latino-américains dénoncent les violations des droits humains liées aux activités extractives
Des évêques latino-américains partenaires de la CIDSE dénoncent les violations des droits humains liées aux activités extractives (Disponible en FR - ES)