Posts Tagged "el salvador"


Book Launch! The Water Defenders: A Celebration and Reflections on International Solidarity in El Salvador’s Victory over Mining

On the 12th anniversary of the assassination of Salvadoran water defender Marcelo Rivera, join activists from Canada, the United States, and El Salvador in a webinar discussion on lessons from North American activists and organizations’ decade-long solidarity relationship with Salvadoran…

Letter to Hon. John Baird re. visit of Salvadoran Attorney General Romeo Barahona

August 11, 2011

Dear Minister Baird: We write as Canadian organizations with long standing relationships with human rights, development, environmental and faith based organizations in El Salvador. Our organizations represent Canadians from across the country concerned about the increasing violence perpetrated against Salvadoran…

Post filed in: Ecological Justice, Latin America

KAIROS joins call for investigation into the murder of yet another mining activist in El Salvador

June 27, 2011

KAIROS is deeply saddened and concerned to learn that another environmental and community activist has been murdered in El Salvador. We join civil society organizations in El Salvador and Canada in calling for a full investigation into the murder of…

Post filed in: Latin America

Agissez maintenant pour sauver la vie de militants communautaires au Salvador

March 17, 2010

| 03.02.10 « La paix n’est pas le fruit de la terreur ou de la crainte. La paix n’est pas le silence des cimetières. La paix n’est pas le produit silencieux de la répression violente. La paix est l’apport généreux…

Post filed in: En français

Act now to save the lives of community activists in El Salvador

February 3, 2010

“Peace is not the product of terror or fear. Peace is not the silence of cemeteries. Peace is not the silent result of violent repression. Peace is the generous, tranquil contribution of all to the good of all. Peace is…

Post filed in: Latin America