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Dublin - Event Notice
Thursday January 01 1970
Solidarity with Colombian social movements
dublin | anti-war / imperialism | event notice Tuesday November 11, 2008 00:10 by Grupo Raíces - Grúpa Fréamhacha
Public talk where participants in an Irish delegation to a Colombian conference of social movements will let the public know of the current situation on Colombia, of the efforts and struggle of social organisations to defend their rights and of ways to support and show active solidarity with the Colombian people.
Great changes are happening in Colombia, where an appalling war of terror against trade unionists, indigenous peoples, and communities has left a people caught up in unimaginable violence. Chain saw massacres, forced disappearances and rape, have been a persistent scourge of the people and villages through 30 years of political violence. Now the government, with its gruesome links to paramilitarism is being challenged by the bulk of society and even in the Colombian courts. This has opened a space for a social movements - a broad coalition which gathers trade unions, peasant organisations, Indigenous communities, Afro-Colombians’ movements, women's groups and grassroots Christian communities to come together under the banner of the Coalition of Social Movements (CoMoSoc), to raise a world - wide cry for an end to sixty years of slaughter.