Wednesday, July 17, 2013

SUMMER 2013 - SOME HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE LAST YEAR

GUADALAJARA, MEXICO

On July 10, 2013, Under Rich Earth (Bajo suelos ricos) screened in Guadalajara, Mexico as part of the Documentadas Cine Club Debate Series.

“En la bella tierra de Rafael Correa, de los presidentes más respetables de Latinoamérica, se desarolla esta batalla contra las mineras canadienses. Como lo han hecho en México y aquí se salen con la suya en complicidad con políticos corruptos, pretenden convertir en desiertos venenosos las bellas tierras de nuestras comunidades más vulnerables. Bajo suelos ricos narra la victoria de quienes trabajan por el bien de todos.”

REGINA, CANADA

On June 19, 2013, Under Rich Earth screened at the Artful Dodger in Regina, Canada as part of the Canada-wide Cinema Politica documentary series.

BERLIN, GERMANY

On May 8, 2013, Under Rich Earth (Unter reicher Erde) screened at the Freizeithaus Balzerplatz in Berlin, Germany. Following the screening, a discussion was led by the Intag Solidarity Group (Intag-Soli-Gruppe).

SASKATOON, CANADA

On November 13, 2012, Under Rich Earth screened in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan as part of an event with Alain Deneault, author of “IMPERIAL CANADA INC.: LEGAL HAVEN OF CHOICE FOR THE WORLD’S MINING INDUSTRIES “

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

On November 4th, 2012, Under Rich Earth screened at the Amnesty International Film Festival in Vancouver, Canada.

FEATURED IN VANCOUVER’S  “THE STRAIGHT”

As a preview of Vancouver’s Amnesty International Film Festival, Under Rich Earth was featured in the entertainment weekly The Straight in an article called Canadian Conquistadores Exposed.

HALIFAX, CANADA

On November 7, 2012, the International Development Studies department at Saint Mary’s University and Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, presented Under Rich Earth in conjunction with a guest lecture on Legal Action against Canadian Mining Corporations in Latin America.

MEXICO CITY

On September 21st, 2012, Under Rich Earth (Bajo suelos ricos) screened at the Centro Cultural de España in Mexico City as part of the DocsDF Friday night film series (Mexico City International Documentary Film Festival).

PRINCE ALBERT, CANADA

On August 1st, 2012, Under Rich Earth was presented by the Prince Albert Chapter of The Council of Canadians in cooperation with Cinema Politica and JMC Public Library in Prince Albert, British Columbia. Following the screening, a discussion about the film was led by by Sakura Saunders, an independent journalist, activist, and organizer with the Mining Injustice Solidarity Network in Toronto.

STRALSUND, GERMANY

On July 26, 2012, Under Rich Earth (Unter reicher Erde) was presented in Stralsund, Germany at Speicher am Katharinenberg, followed by a discussion with Intag farmer and environmentalist José Cueva: “Die Problematik, die in “Unter reicher Erde” in bemerkenswerter Weise thematisiert wird, steht beispielhaft für ähnliche Konfliktsituationen weltweit. Nach der Filmvorführung folgt ein kurzer Bericht zur aktuellen Situation vor Ort und ein Gespräch mit dem Kaffeebauer und lokalen Umweltschützer José Cueva.”

BERLIN, GERMANY

Under Rich Earth was recommended by Berlin-based journalist Bettina Hoyer in a feature podcast about Radio Intag for ONDA - Agéncia radiofónica Latinoamérica-Europa.

MITTELHESSEN, GERMANY

Under Rich Earth (Unter reicher Erde) was recommended by the Globale Film Festival in Mittelhessen, Germany.

DEFENDING WILD SALMON

Defenders of wild salmon in Coast Salish Territory/British Columbia recommended Under Rich Earth as an example of “battles taken on by communities who stand to protect and defend against the industries that would otherwise plow ahead.”

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS

Over the last year, Under Rich Earth was added to the collections of a number of University libraries and educational institutions, including:

University of Toronto Law Library, Canada
Natural Resources Department, Keweenaw Bay Indian Community, U.S.A
St. Mary’s College Library, U.S.A.
University of Northern British Columbia, Canada
Neilson Library, Smith College, U.S.A.
Argyle Alternative High School, Canada
Concordia University Library, Montréal, Canada
Northwestern University Library, U.S.A.
Development and Peace, Canada
University of Aukland, Australia
Grant MacEwan University, Canada
Massey University Library, New Zealand
Auraria Library, U.S.A.
Vancouver Island University Library, Canada
University of Saskatchewan, Canada

UNDER RICH EARTH IN UNIVERSITY COURSES

Over the last year, Under Rich Earth was included in course materials for a number of University courses, including:

- A course on Sustainability and Environment in the South in the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies at Carleton University, in Ottawa, Canada.

- A Queen’s University Development Studies course on Canada and the ‘Third World’: “This course introduces basic theoretical concepts of development studies, the history of global inequality, and short histories of alternative development strategies. Case studies of Canada’s ties to the so-called third world will include missionaries, military, business, and aid. Canadian colonialism over First Nations peoples will introduce basic issues in Aboriginal Studies.”

- a course in Peace & Conflict Studies at Providence College, Rhode Island, U.S.A.

A more detailed educational update is forthcoming.

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Thursday, May 10, 2012

A NEW SHORT FILM FROM RYE CINEMA

A NEW SHORT FILM FROM RYE CINEMA

This new short film by Rye Cinema premiered on May 4th at the opening night of the Mining Injustice Conference in Toronto, Canada.

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Thursday, May 10, 2012

SPRING UPDATE

UPCOMING IN TORONT0 - RUTAS PANAMERICANAS

Under Rich Earth will be screening as a late-night feature in the Rutas Panamericanas International Festival of Theatre for Human Rights in Toronto, Canada. The screening is on Friday, May 25th at 10:30pm; admission is free.

PANAMERICAN ROUTES/RUTAS PAN­AMERICANAS, AN INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF THEATRE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS (Aluna). At Theatre Passe Muraille (16 Ryerson). Opens Tuesday (May 15) and runs to May 27. $15-$30, pass $100. 416-504-7529,

For a preview of the festival see Panamerican Routes Ready to Act Globally in Toronto’s NOW Magazine.

UPCOMING IN VANCOUVER

Under Rich Earth screens on May 12, 2012 at (Under)Mining Justice Film Festival in Vancouver, Canada, presented by the Vancouver Mining Justice Alliance. For more information, see this article in the Vancouver Observer. “Under Rich Earth - Dramatic on the spot coverage as farmers say “No” to Vancouver-based Copper Mesa corp., and face guns. The shareholders loose. An acclaimed film with a plot twist.”

STANFORD UNIVERSITY - CONFERENCE ON INDIGENOUS RIGHTS IN LATIN AMERICA

Under Rich Earth screened on May 7th at Stanford University in conjunction with the Program on Human Rights conference on Indigenous Rights in Latin AmericaThe screening was sponsored by the environmental justice group of Students for Sustainable Stanford. “Under Rich Earth…explores issues of environmental justice, non-violent protest, indigenous rights, conservation, and the ethics of international investment. We hope that Stanford students, staff, and faculty will come out to the screening to learn more about this inspiring story from Ecuador, and will take part in a discussion about land-grabs and environmental justice after the film.

GREIFSWALD, GERMANY

The German version of Under Rich Earth screened at the Koeppenhaus in Greifswald, Germany on April 28th.

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY LATIN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL

Under Rich Earth screened on April 19th at Columbia University, New York, in the Fifth Annual Latin American Film Festival. The screening was sponsored by the Organization of Latin American Students, CU Film Productions and Columbia University Students for Human Rights.

IN THE PRESS

This feature article on recent films and historical literature dealing with mining conflicts appeared in the Culture Section of Ecuador’s leading newspaper, El Comercio. Under Rich Earth (Bajo suelos ricos) is mentioned briefly along with a discussion of A Cielo Abierto, by Ecuadorian documentary filmmaker, Pocho Álvarez.

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Monday, February 20, 2012

Jakarta - South to South Film Festival

Under Rich Earth screens on Friday at the South to South Film Festival in Jakarta, Indonesia (February 22 - 26, 2012). The South to South Film Festival is held every two years.

Under Rich Earth

February 24, 2012

Venue: Goethe Institut Jakarta

Time: 19:30

Di sebuah lembah pegunungan terpencil di Ekuador,para petani tebu dan kopi menghadapi prospek suram yang dipaksa meninggalkan tanah mereka untuk membuat jalan bagi proyek pertambangan.Tidak dilindungi oleh polisi dan diabaikan oleh pemerintah mereka, para petani mempersiapkan diri untuk menghadapi para “penjajah” tersebut sendiri. Segera setelah para pekerja dari perusahaan tambang merangsek, tensi antara mereka dan penduduk desa mencapai titik klimaks.Resistensi para petani menyebabkan terjadinya tindakan yang luar biasa dan berbahaya antara petani dan sekelompok pria misterius bersenjata di hutan. Dalam dunia yang belakangan ini didominasi oleh berita korupsi, pembantaian dan terorisme, Under Rich Earth merupakan kisah mengejutkan dan pedih tentang harapan dan tekad antara proyek pembangunan tambang dan penduduk desa.

Find the South to South Film Festival on Facebook.

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Tuesday, February 14, 2012

UPDATE FROM INTAG

It has been reported that the Copper Mesa Mining Corporation is trying to sue the government of Ecuador (i.e. people of Ecuador) for kicking the company out of the Intag valley in 2008. The Canadian company is reportedly demanding $100 Million in compensation. See the article, We Live in a Weird World by Carlos Zorrilla for more details.

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Tuesday, February 14, 2012

EUROPEAN DVD DISTRIBUTION

Rye Cinema is pleased to announce that DVDs of Under Rich Earth can now be ordered in Europe from the Berlin-based independent video distributor Autofocus Videowerkstatt. The German-language version (Unter reicher Erde) and Spanish-language version (Bajo suelos ricos) are also available.

Unter reicher Erde

Ecuador/Canada 2008, 92 min, OF span. mit dt. UT or engl. ST, 19.90 €   IL045d

Der Dokumentarfilm erzählt mit beeindruckenden Aufnahmen die Geschichte eines beispiellosen Widerstands: Die Bewohner der abgelegenen ecuadorianischen Bergregion Íntag wehren sich gegen die Pläne ausländischer Bergbauunternehmen, die die Kupfervorkommen unter den einzigartigen Nebelwäldern ausbeuten wollen. Als von dem kanadischen Unternehmen angeheuerte Paramilitärs immer tiefer in das Tal vordringen, eskaliert die Situation. Verlassen von der Polizei und ignoriert von ihrer Regierung, stellen sich die Bauern den “mineros” auf eigene Faust entgegen. Seit Jahrzehnten organisieren sie nicht nur den Widerstand. Es entstanden auch lokale Organisationen und Strukturen, die soziale, ökologisch wie ökonomisch sinnvolle Alternativen geschaffen haben. Der Film entstand aus Videoaufnahmen und Fotos der Bewohner, von Zeugen, Menschenrechtsorganisationen und des Filmemachers.

To order DVDs in Europe visit the Autofocus Videowerkstatt website here.

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Saturday, February 4, 2012

UPDATE: FEBRUARY 2012

RETURNING TO BERLIN

February 14, 2012 - Under Rich Earth returns to Berlin as part of the Latinokino Series at “New Yorck 59″ (Mariannenplatz 2, 10999 Berlin - U-Bhf. Görlitzer Bahnhof, Kottbuser Tor):

20.00 Uhr Film/Doku: “Bajo suelos ricos - Unter reicher Erde” (Canadá/Ecuador 2008, Original Spanisch) - Cuando el documentalista canadiense Malcolm Rogge arribó a Ecuador en 1996, lo que más le impresionó fue la complejidad del conflicto causado por la explotación petrolera en la zona amazónica. Diez años después, Rogge regresó y empezó el rodaje de Bajo suelos ricos, un documental que evidencia la valentía de una comunidad en su lucha contra la invasión de una compañía minera canadiense. Eintritt: Spende.

LEUPHANA UNIVERSITÄT, LÜNEBURG

January 30th, 2012 - Under Rich Earth screened at the Leuphana Universität Lüneburg, Germany:

Filmvorführung “Under rich earth” und Diskussion zu Rohstoffausbeutung und Entwicklungspolitik

Was passiert, wenn ein kanadischer Minenkonzern in den Nebelwäldern Ecuadors Kupfer findet? Eine Dokumentation des Kampfes für Natur- und Menschenrechte und eine Debatte mit Freiwilligen des Intag e.V. gibt es am Dienstag, 31.01., 19:00 im PlanB. Außerdem könnt ihr bio-fairen Kaffee aus Ecuador verköstigen. Judith Petzold, KonsuMensch- Gruppe  Lüneburg.

KEWEENAW BAY INDIAN COMMUNITY, MICHIGAN

Under Rich Earth screened on January 11, 2012 in Baraga, Michigan, as the first film of the Mining Impacts on Native Lands Film Series hosted by the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community (KBIC).

GLOBAL STUDIES CENTER, SMITH COLLEGE, MASSACHUSSETTS

Under Rich Earth screened on December 5, 2011, at Smith College - Global Studies Center, Northampton Massachussetts, at an event sponsored by the Center for the Environment, Ecological Design and Sustainability. A student of Smith College published a short blog article about her impressions of the film.

IN UNIVERSITY AND COLLEGE COURSES

Since the educational version was released, Under Rich Earth has been included in numerous courses at Universities and Colleges, including:

  • “Introduction to Development Studies” - Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada
  • “Sustainability and Environment in the South”, Department of Geography & Environmental Studies - Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada
  • “Geography of International Development: Rethinking Development Geographies - A Rights-based Approach to the Analysis of International Development” - University of Northern British Columbia, Canada

TVES  VENEZUELA

Under Rich Earth was been selected to air on TVES (Venezuelan Social Television) as part of a social documentary series in January and February 2012. This series is presented by the 1000 Metros Bajo Tierra Film Festival (Underground Film Foundation 1000 Metres Under the Ground Festival).

IN THE MEDIA

The Swiss Weekly Newspaper “Woz” published an article by Sonja Wenger about alternative ecological development in the Intag valley called Ein Idyll mit Zukunft” (An Idyll with a Future).

Berlin-based Blickpunkt-lateinamerika published an article by Bettina Hoyer called “Entwicklung statt Bergbau” (Development verses Mining) about a proposed locally-controlled micro-hydro development project for the Intag valley.

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Sunday, August 28, 2011

Fall Update: Mérida, Berlin and Hamburg

MÉRIDA, VENEZUELA

Under Rich Earth screened on July 9th, 2011, as the closing night film for the 100 Metros Bajo Tierra Film Festival in Mérida, Venezuela! Se presentaron Bajo suelos ricos en la noche de clausura del III Micro Festival 1000 Metros Bajo Tierra en Mérida, Venezuela (9 de julio 2011)

BERLIN AND HAMBURG

»Kaffee statt Bergbau!« - Doku-Filmabend

Intag e.V. und Freundeskreis lädt ein zur Filmvorführung des Dokumentarfilms “Under Rich Earth - Bajo Suelos Ricos” (in Spanisch mit deutschem Untertitel), mit Verkostung des direkt gehandelten Kaffees aus der Nebelwaldregion Íntag und anschließendem Gespräch mit José Cueva (Verantwortlicher des Mini-Wasserkraftanlagenprojektes der Region) sowie mit dem Regisseur Malcolm Rogge,

am 12.09 um 19.00 Uhr

im ACUD Kino (BERLIN)

in Kooperation mit dem FDCL e.V.

und

am 14.09 um 19.30 Uhr in der Werkstatt3 (HAMBURG)

in Kooperation mit dem ASta der Uni-Hamburg.

Der Dokumentarfilm des kanadischen Regisseurs erzählt mit beeindruckenden Originalaufnahmen die Geschichte eines beispiellosen Widerstands: Die Bewohner einer abgelegenen ecuadorianischen Bergregion Íntag wehren sich gegen die Pläne ausländischer Bergbauunternehmen, die die Kupfervorkommen unter den einzigartigen Nebelwäldern ausbeuten wollen.

Der Konflikt, den “Under Rich Earth” thematisiert, steht beispielhaft für ähnliche Situationen in Ecuador (man denke an die Debatte um den Nationalpark Yasuní) und weltweit (z.B. in Peru und anderswo). Die Region Íntag ist unter anderem deswegen so spannend, weil die Menschen dort ihren seit Jahrzehnten organisierten Widerstand in positive, produktive Energien verwandeln und lokale Organisationen und Strukturen geschaffen haben, die soziale, ökologisch wie ökonomisch sinnvolle Alternativen schaffen. Zum Beispiel leckersten Kaffee, den wir gerne zum und nach dem Film ausschenken! Außerdem gibt es weit fortgeschrittene Pläne für Miniwasserkraftanlagen: Íntags Experte José Cueva wird an diesem Abend vor Ort sein; und nach dem Film besteht Gelegenheit, mit ihm als direkt Betroffenem und Engagiertem zu sprechen und vielfach Kontakte zu knüpfen.

Ebenfalls laden wir euch zu José Cuevas kostenfreien Fachvorträgen (auf Englisch) »Wasserkraft statt Bergbau! « – Miniwasserkraftanlagen für die ecuadorianische Region Intag,

am 13.09.2011 um 19 Uhr im Haus der Demokratie und Menschenrechte in Berlin (Greifswalder Straße 4) in Kooperation mit dem FDCL e.V. und

am 15.09.2011 um 18-20 Uhr im Forschungs- und Transferzentrum “Applications of Life Scienes” der HAW in Hamburg-Bergedorf (Lohbrügger Kirchstraße 65, Raum 1.07) in Kooperation mit dem Projekt REGSA - Renewable Electricity Generation in South America und dem ASta der Uni Hamburg ein. Der Aufenhalt von José Cueva wird gefördert durch den Katholischen Fonds.

Wir freuen uns auf vielseitige Rückmeldung und Euer Kommen!

Euer Intag e.V. und Freundeskreis

Mehr zu Íntag, dem Kaffee und dem Wasserkraftprojekt u.a. klicke INTAG und TOISAN.

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Thursday, May 19, 2011

May Update

UPCOMING SCREENINGS

May 25th - European University Institute (EUI) - Florence, Italy - Under Rich Earth screens as part of a workshop on Private Military, Security Companies & Corporate Social Responsibility. The screening will be followed by a discussion with Benedict Wray (EUI) & Julien Topal (TBC). (Sala Belvedere, Villa Schifanoia, Wednesday, May 25th, 16:45.)

June 1 - La Casa del Mango - Antigua, Guatemala - Se presenta Bajo suelos ricos (Under Rich Earth) como parte del Ciclo de Cine “Agua, Ríos y Pueblos” el Miércoles 1 de Junio en la Casa cultural en la ciudad de Antigua, Guatemala.

NOW AVAILABLE IN GERMAN - UNTER REICHER ERDE

Rye Cinema is delighted to announce that the German version of Under Rich Earth is finally ready. A very special thank you goes out to Liz Weydt for coordinating the German translation and to David James Fernandes (of Leslieville Production and Post) for designing the packaging and authoring the DVD. Rye Cinema will be working with friends in Germany to help distribute the film to our German-speaking audience.

UNDER RICH EARTH ON TV - IN CUBA!

Under Rich Earth was featured on the “Pantalla Documental (Documentary Screen)” television program in Cuba (Canal Educativo 2, 11pm, May 12, 2011):

PANTALLA DOCUMENTAL Bajo suelos ricos (Canadá, Ecaudor / 2008) Dirección: Malcolm Rogge (Cuando el documentalista canadiense Malcolm Rogge arribó a Ecuador en 1996, lo que más le impresionó fue la complejidad del conflicto causado por la explotación petrolera en la zona amazónica. Diez años después, Rogge regresó y empezó el radaje de Bajo suelos ricos, un documental que evidencia la valentía de una comunidad en su lucha contra la invasión de una compañía minera canadiense.)

NOW ONLINE

HARVARD LAW SCHOOL SCREENING & PANEL WITH CARLOS ZORRILLA


Under Rich Earth was shown on April 14, 2011 at Harvard Law School as part of an event called Business and Bullets - Litigating Human Rights Claims against Transnational Corporations (see April Update). Following the screening, there was a panel discussion with Under Rich Earth director Malcolm Rogge, Carlos Zorrilla (DECOIN), Chris Jochnick (Oxfam America), and Grahame Russell (Rights Action) (L to R in photo above) .

To access the streaming video file, click on this link: PANEL DISCUSSION

(Please note: not all of the audience members’ questions are audible, but the panelists are loud and clear).

EN LA BIBLIOTECA
Comisión Ecuménica de Derechos Humanos (CEDHU)

Bajo suelos ricos (DVD) esta en la colección de La Biblioteca y Centro de Documentacion de la CEDHU en Quito, Ecuador.

JOEL ZORRILLA AT THE CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY

“Film discusses community’s battle to preserve environment”

“Communication design and Spanish double major Joel Zorrilla was the guest speaker for Thursday’s screening of the “Under Rich Earth,” the second movie in a 4-week film series hosted by the Environmental Action and Resource Center.”

Click here to read the complete article in The Orion (not The Onion). The Orion is an independent, student-run weekly newspaper at California State University, Chico.

UNDER RICH EARTH IN POLAND

Beginning on June 15, 2011, the Under Rich Earth (with Polish subtitles) will be available online in Poland through the Watch Docs Human Rights Documentary Film Festival internet streaming platform.

Ziemia cenniejsza niż złoto (Under Rich Earth), Reżyseria: Malcolm Rogge, Ekwador / Kanada, 2008, 92 min

Mieszkańcy niewielkiej wioski Junin w ekwadorskiej dżungli stają do walki z kanadyjską korporacją, zamierzającą stworzyć na ich ziemi gigantyczną kopalnię miedzi. Obiecując nowe miejsca pracy i nie stroniąc od przekupstwa, zagraniczni inwestorzy doprowadzają do podziału społeczności na “górników” i “ekologów”. Mnożą się kolejne incydenty, których celem jest zastraszenie przeciwników budowy kopalni. Obojętna postawa władz prowadzi do eskalacji konfliktu. W jednej z najbardziej zapadających w pamięć sekwencji filmu banda ochroniarzy wysłanych przez korporację dla uciszenia niepokornych zostaje wspólnymi siłami społeczności wzięta do niewoli podczas brawurowej, ale wolnej od przemocy akcji obywatelskiego oporu. Film Malcolma Rogge to rzadki przykład dokumentu społecznie zaangażowanego wolnego od ideologicznego zacietrzewienia i jednocześnie naprawdę podnoszącego na duchu. Mieszkańcom Junin udało się dokonać rzeczy na pozór niemożliwej: zjednoczyć się i pokonać giganta, dysponującego najpotężniejszą bronią na Ziemi - pieniędzmi.

NEWS FROM INTAG

ECUADORIANS LOSE APPEAL IN LAWSUIT AGAINST CANADIAN MINING COMPANY AND TSX

MARCH 14, 2011 - On Friday, March 11, 2011, the Court of Appeal for Ontario dismissed an appeal by Ecuadorian campesinos who say they were assaulted by security forces hired on behalf of a Canadian mining company in their native Ecuador.

Marcia Ramírez, Polivio Peréz and Israel Peréz had sued Canadian mining company Copper Mesa Mining Corporation and two of its directors as well as the Toronto Stock Exchange, which the Ecuadorians say listed the mining company on its stock exchange after having been warned that money from the listing would lead to violence.  Ramírez, Peréz and Peréz had appealed an earlier decision that dismissed their lawsuit.

In the ruling, the Court recognized that “[t]he threats and assaults alleged by the plaintiffs are serious wrongs.  Nothing in these reasons should be taken as undermining the plaintiffs’ rights to seek appropriate redress for those wrongs”, but nonetheless ruled against the Ecuadorians.

For more information about the recent court decision, click here to see the Rights Action bulletin for April 2011.

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Wednesday, April 6, 2011

APRIL UPDATE

SCREENINGS AND EVENTS

April 13 - Screening and Q&A at the Yale Human Rights and Environment Dialogues, New Haven, Connecticut (for event details see poster below)

April 13 & 14 - Screening and panel discussion at Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Massachusetts. (for complete event details see description in the Harvard Law School online events calendar)

April 14 - Screening at Universtiy of California at Chico, Environmental Action Resource Centre Film Series, Chico, California.

April 18 - Screening at Universtiy of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont.

April 19 - Screening as part of Exposicón Agua Ríos y Pueblos, Guatemala City, Guatemala.

April 29 - Screening and Q&A at the Centre for the Study of Corporate Social Responsibility, Rogers School of Management, Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada. (RESCHEDULED FOR FALL 2011)

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