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201338

Uploaded on:
08/10/2014 20:03
Type:
Image Asset
File Size:
4.34 MB
Dimensions:
4608 x 3456 pixels
1385 views 22 downloads

Descriptive

Title: Graffiti at La Puya protest camp
Description: The La Puya protest camp was established in 2012 by the communities of San Pedro Ayampuc and San Jose del Golfo, Guatemala, to oppose the licensing of a formerly Canadian-owned gold mine without adequate consultation or consent-seeking processes. The Guatemalan subsidiary, Exploraciones Mineras de Guatemala SA (EXMIGUA), is owned by American firm, Kappes, Cassiday and Associates.
Keywords: CONCERN: Business and Human Rights
COUNTRY: AMERICAS/CENTRAL AMERICA/GUATEMALA
SUBJECTS: INDIGENOUS PEOPLES  
Tags: AI Image Bank - Issue, IssuesIB, Corporate Accountability, Open for Justice, O4J, Access to Remedy, mining, la puya, gold, marlin mine, goldcorp, Guatemala, TLERDs
Copyright Type: Amnesty International
Copyright Credit: Amnesty International Canada
Agreement Type: Unrestricted
Agreement Notes: unrestricted
Date Photo or Video Created: 17/09/2014 11:21
Place Created: GUATEMALA

Technical

Size: 4.34 MB; 4608 x 3456 pixels; 390 x 293 mm (print at 300 DPI); 1219 x 914 mm (screen at 96 DPI);
ID: 201338
Categories: Images