Kirsten FrancesconeLatin America Program Coordinator Kirsten Francescone works to support communities, organizations, and networks in the region struggling with mining conflicts.
URGENT ACTION - Tell Multinational Mining Companies to Back Off. Chubut Already Said "No" to Mining.
Declaration of the Regional Gathering: Climate Crisis, Energy Transition and Mining Extractivism in Latin America, September 26-28, Santiago, Chile
US-based Foundation Urges Canadian Company INV Metals to Abandon Controversial Ecuador Project, Highlights Risk to Investors
Open Letter: Canadian Organizations Stand in Solidarity with Indigenous, Labour and Civil Society Organizations in Ecuador Protesting Neoliberal Economic Reforms
New Report Reveals Botched Consultation Process for Indigenous Xinca at Pan American Silver Mine in Guatemala
Canadian Mining Companies Part of the Problem as Repression of Indigenous and Social Movements Escalates in Ecuador
Mariano Abarca's Powerful Speech in Front of Canadian Embassy Is Heard in Chiapas to Mark Family's Submission of Appeal and 10th Year of Impunity
Indigenous Shuar Government in Ecuador Ratifies Anti-Mining Position Against Solaris Copper’s Warintza Project
Chilean Community Submits Open Letter to the People of Canada Re: Threat Canadian Mining Company Poses to Their Water
Canadian Organizations Denounce Federal Government's Ongoing Negotiations for MERCOSUR with Brazil's Extremist Bolsonaro Government
Canadian Company INV Metals Fights Local Referendum Over Ecuador Gold Project Against Mounting Community Opposition
Three Canadian Mining Companies in Brazil Silent on Tailings Dam Structures following Brumadinho Disaster
International Groups Denounce U.S. Mining Company’s Multi-million Dollar Claim Against Guatemala and Express Solidarity with Communities Peacefully Defending Land and Life at ‘La Puya’