Nov 27, 2012
Lawsuit against mining firm brings Guatemalans to Toronto
In June, protesters gathered outside Hudbay Minerals Inc.'s annual general meeting in Toronto.
Inter Press Service
Army's Former Sex Slaves Testify in Guatemala
One of the victims testifying before the judge, with the support of a psychologist and a translator.
Maude Barlow in Guatemala: Bearing witness to a destructive mining industry
In early September I had the honour of taking a memorable trip to Guatemala, strikingly beautiful but haunted by a violent past and a troubled present.
The First Perspective-Aboriginal
Maya Q'eqchi' Community seeks international help to gain justice in Guatemala
Washington, D.C. - A small indigenous community, seeking protection for their land and human rights, filed a petition today against Guatemala with an international human rights body.
Law firm hopes to keep suits against Hudbay alive
A Toronto law firm is pushing for lawsuits against Canadian mining company HudBay Minerals regarding alleged human rights abuses to continue, despite the fact the company no longer owns the project where the alleged killing of one man and gang rape of 11 women occurred.