Free Trade with Colombia: At what cost?
Colombian social movements speak out
Four leaders of Colombian social movements representing women, Indigenous peoples, workers and faith-based communities are coming to Canada to speak out about the human rights impacts they believe will result if the recently signed Canada Colombia Free Trade Agreement is implemented. All four are also leaders of the Coalition of Social Movements (COMOSOC) representing almost two million people.
With the participation of
KAIROS, RedLEIDH-York University, United Church of Canada, Americas Policy Group of the Canadian Council for International Cooperation, and Amnesty International Canada (English Speaking Branch)
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