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Thursday January 01 1970

Guatemala Mining vs. Communities [Thursday Night Talk] Cancelled

category dublin | miscellaneous | event notice author Thursday May 12, 2011 16:17author by LASC Report this post to the editors

Guatemala Mining vs. Communities [Thursday Night Talk]
Cancelled due to volcanic ash by Juan Carlos Contreras
Wednesday 25th May at 6.30
5 Merrion Row, Dublin 2

LASC is holding a debate on Wednesday 25th May at 6.30 with the participation of Juan Carlos Contreras, Guatemalan Community Activist who works with the NGO 'La Ceiba' in Guatemala. The meeting will be held in LASC offices, 5 Merrion Row, Dublin 2.

The talk will focus on the exploitation of natural resources in Guatemala, in particular mining, and its impact on the general population and the Mayan indigenous peoples. The presentation will also illustrate the ongoing work of La Ceiba to promote food sovereignty and the right of indigenous peoples to be consulted on the exploitation of natural resources, as well as the Ceiba's campaigns against mining and the Free Trade Agreements.

Juan Carlos Contreras is from Guatemala and works with CEIBA, an organisation that supports poor and marginalised communities in Guatemala on issues relating to food sovereignty, health, environment and women. CEIBA has worked for eighteen years supporting communities in combatting injustices and human rights violations, especially those caused by Multinational Corporations. CEIBA is part of the Mayan coordinator and convergence movement, the Network for the Defence of National Food Sovereignty and the Federation of friends of the earth International.

Related Link: http://www.lasc.ie
author by LASC - LASCpublication date Wed May 25, 2011 12:24author email info at lasc dot ieauthor address 5 Merrion Row Dublin 2author phone 6760435Report this post to the editors

Because of disruptions caused by the Icelandic volcanic eruption, LASC had to cancel tonight's talk. The guest speaker had to leave urgently to Spain since he could not risk losing his flight. We sincerely apologize for any incovenience.

Related Link: http://www.lasc.ie
 
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