Colombia trade deal goes forward as Indigenous peoples at risk

While a report has been promised for May 2013, there is no guarantee it will look seriously at the impact on Indigenous peoples.

Amnesty International Canada Photo: Juan Pablo Gutierrez
"People of Canada, the Zenú People need your support." Photo of a Zenú man, part of Amnesty International Toronto Organization's exhibit "This is what we want to tell you: Messages from Indigenous Peoples at risk of annihilation in Colombia."
Alex Neve, Kathy Price
Published: Thursday, 10/25/2012 12:27 am EDT
Last Updated: Sunday, 10/28/2012 11:59 pm EDT

"We are facing a monster."

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