Water Justice News: Latin


September 10, 2014 For immediate release Toronto – Today, dozens of organizations from Canada, El Salvador and around the world will confront Canadian-Australian mining company Oceana Gold, whose subsidiary is suing El Salvador for $301 million (USD). El Salvador’s offence:  refusing to a grant a permit to a gold mine that would contaminate 60 per […]

Open letter to OceanaGold

Posted on September 10, 2014  Tagged with: ,
Sep 102014

Jim Askew, Chairman of the Board of Directors Michael Wilkes, Managing Director and CEO We are writing in solidarity with the people of El Salvador demanding that OceanaGold and its subsidiary, Pac Rim Cayman, immediately withdraw their $301 million claim at the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) against El Salvador. The people […]


The Rejoinder is a 218-page document that chronicles, documents, and analyzes Pac Rim’s interactions and activities in El Salvador since it entered El Salvador in 2002 as well as the Salvadoran government actions and policies vis-a-vis Pac Rim and mining overall. It provides meticulous details of who did or said what and when, supported by […]


March 11, 2014 – 10:49am E-oaxaca reports (in Spanish), “Twenty organizations of Mexican and international civil society presented the report ‘Justice for San Jose del Progreso’, generated from a Civil Observation Mission on Human Rights held in late …

Mar 052014

March 5, 2014 – 9:48am
The Council of Canadians’ Blue Planet Project has partnered with the Projet d’Accompagnement Guatemala Quebec to launch a new campaign called The Money Thread. We are calling on people living in Canada and Quebec to show the…

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