Urgent Action

Threats to the Embera-Chami community in Putumayo

The Colombia Support Network (CSN) has received first-hand information from the Embera-Chami community, the sister community of our Kansas City …

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Catatumbo on a state of alert following threats in the town of El Tarra

(Translated by Gerry Millrine, CSN volunteer translator) Source: Equipo Juridico Pueblos Monday 10 November 2014 On the 29 October of …

Campesino Organization and the Struggle for Justice in Colombia – Marylen Serna Salinas

Marylen Serna Salinas Event Poster Tuesday, Nov 25, Noon, 206 Ingraham Hall, 1155 Observatory Drive, Madison WI Marylen Serna Salinas …


CAUCA REGIONAL INDIGENOUS COUNCIL – CRIC Traditional Authority Resolution No. 025, July 8, 1999, Office of Indigenous Affairs, Interior Ministry …

Political Declaration of the 4th National Gathering of Farming Reserve Zones

(Translated by Sharon Bagatell, a volunteer CSN Translator; edited by Patricia Paskov) Source: http://prensarural.org/spip/spip.php?article15070 National Association of Farming Reserve Zones- Anzorc September …


Who Is Really In Charge?

In the last several days a number of stunning disclosures have surfaced concerning the role of the Colombia military. First, …

What is the Colombia Support Network?

The Colombia Support Network is a grassroots organization, with 501 (c)(3) status, created to give solidarity to the Colombian people through sister city projects, delegations and petitions to educate members of the U.S. government. We also invite guest speakers and carry out outreach activities through print and electronic mediums.

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