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Salon Discussion on Climate Solidarity

By DJPC Program Director

DJPC April 2015 Salon Discussion Series DENVER TO PERU: Climate Solidarity with Latin America At this Salon Discussion you will hear “underrepresented media reports onunderrepresented voices” from members who attended the COP20 Climate Change Conference (http://unfccc.int/meetings/lima_dec_2014/meeting/8141.php) and the People’s Summit on Climate Change (http://cumbrepuebloscop20.org/) in Lima,December 2014. Presenters: Irene Rodriguez, KGNU reporter: The Early Morning… »

October 16th Salon: PERU IN PERIL

By DJPC Program Director

October Salon Discussion Series 2014. Peru in Peril by the Peru Delegation (Jane Covode, Lynn Holland, Steve Piper, Kathryn Rodriguez, and Jerry Stookey ) The Peru delegation went to Cajamarca in July 2014 to witness firsthand the human rights abuses surrounding Newmont’s proposed Conga Mine.   The Chaupe Family of Celendin, Peru Thursday, October. 16,… »

DJPC Salon on Peru, January 17th

By DJPC Program Director


Feb. 16th Salon on “Peru’s National March for Water”

By DJPC Program Director

DJPC’s 2012 Salon Discussion Series Come for an update and informal discussion on “Peru’s National March for Water” with local Peruvians and DJPC MineWatch members Thursday, February 16, 2012 7:00 – 9:00 PM at Highlands United Methodist Church 2nd floor Community Hall 3131 Osceola Street Northwest Denver 303-623-1463 – djpc@denjustpeace.org Free parking in church lot… »

Peru Congress passes consultation law unanimously

By DJPC Program Director

Wed Aug 24, 2011 2:33am GMT – Reuters * Consultation bill passes Congress unanimously * President Humala has 15 days to sign into law * Could prevent social conflicts in rural provinces LIMA Aug 23 (Reuters) – Peru’s Congress unanimously approved a bill on Tuesday that could quell social conflicts in rural provinces by requiring… »

Communication from EPAF on Developments in Bagua, Peru

By Hayden Gore

COMMUNICATION TO NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC OPINION   The Peruvian Forensic Anthropology Team regrets the unnecessary violence and loss of life in Bagua over the weekend and expresses its concern that the tenuous calm in the region does not once again devolve into confrontation and bloodshed. Out of an interest in maintaining the peace and… »

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