First Colombian trade deal human rights report is a disappointment

The Canadian government has shirked its responsibility to human rights by failing to table a serious and credible report on the impacts of the Canada-Colombia Free Trade Agreement, as mandated by law.

Brittany Lambert, Raul Burbano
Published: Wednesday, 05/23/2012 12:00 am EDT

The Canadian government has shirked its responsibility to human rights by failing to table a serious and credible report on the impacts of the Canada-Colombia Free Trade Agreement, as mandated by law.

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