by James Jordan With elections in Venezuela less than three weeks away, the Alliance for Global Justice is deeply concerned about the possibilities for US interference in the country’s electoral affairs. Our biggest concern has to do with the possibilities of an orchestrated effort to destabilize or overthrow Venezuela’s
por James Jordan, traducido del inglés por Adrian Boutureira Continúan las huelgas de miles de presos en 21 instituciones penitenciarias en Colombia contra la crisis humanitaria en las cárceles.
by James Jordan More than 11,000 Colombian prisoners in 21 penitentiaries are in their 13th day of a hunger strike and other forms of nonviolent resistance
by James Jordan (Alliance for Global Justice) The Solidarity Center office in Bogotá has received an unusually large two-year grant of $3 million
por James Jordan, Alianza por la Justicia Global La oficina del Centro de Solidaridad (Solidarity Center) en Bogotá ha recibido un subsidio inusualmente grande de (EE.UU.) $3 millones
by James Jordan The US-Colombia Free Trade Agreement is set to go into effect on May 15, 2012, based on the approval given by President Obama regarding Colombia’s “compliance” with the Labor Action Plan. When Pres. Obama talks about improved labor rights in the war torn country, no one must be more baffled than the…
by James Jordan, National Co-Coordinator for the Alliance for Global Justice The Summit of the Americas in Cartagena, Colombia turned out to be an embarrassing fiasco for Pres. Obama and the US delegation. It was mainly marked by the Secret Service prostitution scandal, denouncements of the War on Drugs at every turn, three heads of…
by James Jordan The Alliance for Global Justice (AFGJ) has received alarming information from the Bogotá-based Lazos de Dignidad (Links of Dignity) concerning human rights defender, unionist and former political prisoner Liliany Obando.
by James Jordan, Alliance for Global Justice National Co-Coordinator The International Network in Solidarity with the Political Prisoners (of which The Alliance for Global Justice is a co-founder) has just received the wonderful news that labor activist, human rights defender and Colombian Political Prisoner Liliany Obando will be released on bond tomorrow
by James Jordan, Alliance for Global Justice My name is James Jordan and I work for the Alliance for Global Justice and am a member of the Coordinating Committee of the National Network in Solidarity with the Political Prisoners (of Colombia). There is nothing we want more for the Colombian people than an end to…