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Sexual slavery wounds persist in Guatemala, 2012-10-19    Super brave Q'eqchi' women testify in the Guatemalan High Risk Court regarding sexual slavery during the internal armed conflict - and their experiences on/near the Sepur Zarco base in Izabal.

Sexual slavery wounds persist in Guatemala, 2012-10-19 Super brave Q'eqchi' women testify in the Guatemalan High Risk Court regarding sexual slavery during the internal armed conflict - and their experiences on/near the Sepur Zarco base in Izabal.

Queen's University's Alexandra Pedersen presenting during the week of action re: Canadian mining in Latin America. Congrats!

Queen's University's Alexandra Pedersen presenting during the week of action re: Canadian mining in Latin America. Congrats!

Zaculeu - Monsignor Alvaro Ramazzini, dressed in a traditional Todos Santos Cuchumatán outfit (left), dances during the CPO’s alternative event. Monsignor Ramazzini, well-know advocate of self-determination by Guatemala’s indigenous communities and Bishop of Huehuetenango since July 2012, declares: “I am sad to see that the government is holding a simultaneous event just a few meters from us. It is sad because what the country really needs is a radical democracy.." by @mimundo_org

Zaculeu - Monsignor Alvaro Ramazzini, dressed in a traditional Todos Santos Cuchumatán outfit (left), dances during the CPO’s alternative event. Monsignor Ramazzini, well-know advocate of self-determination by Guatemala’s indigenous communities and Bishop of Huehuetenango since July 2012, declares: “I am sad to see that the government is holding a simultaneous event just a few meters from us. It is sad because what the country really needs is a radical democracy.." by @mimundo_org

June 13, 2012: Guatemalan female activist shot for leading blockade against a Canadian-owned gold mine

June 13, 2012: Guatemalan female activist shot for leading blockade against a Canadian-owned gold mine

An accessible account of Evo Morales’s first six years in office, offering analysis of major issues as well as interviews with a wide variety of people, resulting in a valuable primer on Bolivia and Morales’s “process of change”.

An accessible account of Evo Morales’s first six years in office, offering analysis of major issues as well as interviews with a wide variety of people, resulting in a valuable primer on Bolivia and Morales’s “process of change”.

Internally displaced Somali women wait for food at a camp in the Somali capital, Mogadishu, on July 20, 2011. People in the rebel-controlled south and south-central parts of the country, whose livelihoods have been devastated by a combination of factors - from drought to conflict and global rises in commodity prices - have been left no choice but to walk for days to find food. Many of the thousands of families who managed to reach Mogadishu lost children along the way to starvation. (Omar…

Horn of Africa famine as much about geopolitics as drought

Internally displaced Somali women wait for food at a camp in the Somali capital, Mogadishu, on July 20, 2011. People in the rebel-controlled south and south-central parts of the country, whose livelihoods have been devastated by a combination of factors - from drought to conflict and global rises in commodity prices - have been left no choice but to walk for days to find food. Many of the thousands of families who managed to reach Mogadishu lost children along the way to starvation. (Omar…

Rosa Eblira Coc Inh, one of the plaintiffs, near their new settlement of Lote Ocho. Photographer Roger LeMoyne's project in Lote 8 in Guatemala 'Mining for the truth in Guatemala' photo 4, May 2014 (Maclean's magazine)

Rosa Eblira Coc Inh, one of the plaintiffs, near their new settlement of Lote Ocho. Photographer Roger LeMoyne's project in Lote 8 in Guatemala 'Mining for the truth in Guatemala' photo 4, May 2014 (Maclean's magazine)

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