Informe por los desalojos forzosos en Tundayme

Report: Ecuacorriente S.A’s Mirador Project forcibly evicting communities

La empresa china Ecuacorriente S.A. (ECSA) planea realizar minería a cielo abierto en el corazón de la Cordillera del Cóndor, al sur de la Amazonía ecuatoriana. Para llevar a cabo su proyecto minero Mirador ha sido preciso llevar a cabo desalojos forzosos de familias y comunidades enteras con la connivencia del Estado ecuatoriano que han generado múltiples violaciones de Derechos Humanos. El presente documento: “Informe sobre desalojos forzosos realizados por el Estado ecuatoriano y la empresa minera china Ecuacorriente (ECSA) en la Cordillera del Cóndor, Parroquia Tundayme, Diciembre de 2015″ es una compilación de los hechos más relevantes sucedidos respecto al desalojo forzoso y una síntesis de la vulneración de derechos de las familias y sus comunidades.

Leer el informe.

Chinese company Ecuacorriente S.A. (ECSA) is planning an open cast mining project in the heart of the Cordillera del Condor, in the south of the Ecuadorian Amazon.

To force through its Mirador mining project, the company is carrying out forced evictions and violating the human rights of families and communities.

At present, they are trying to evict Rosa Wari, a 100 year old indigenous Shuar woman.

Find out more about the struggle here (in Spanish).

(Rosa Wari in her home. Photo: Mineria, un salto al abismo.)


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