Oxfam very concerned about violent acts in Guatemala
Join Oxfam in demanding that the Guatemalan government protect the lives and rights of all its citizens.
Marlin Mine: Violence and pollution lead to call for suspension
Concerns about human rights violations and the environment in Guatemala lead indigenous communities to seek a suspension of mine operations in western highlands.
Guatemalan human rights and environmental advocates under threat
Oxfam calls on government to ensure safety of CALAS officials and investigate origins of death threats.
Guatemalan government continues to ignore ruling of human rights commission
Public events put spotlight on non-compliance with precautionary measures recommendation.
International Labour Organization urges suspension of mining operations in Guatemala
UN bodies push the government on rights violations in mining cases.
Partners in Central America and US unite to fight DR-CAFTA
Oxfam America supports groups in North and South, which participate in lobby visits and farmer exchanges.
Still shell-shocked by hurricane Stan, Guatemalan coffee farmers try to recover
Oxfam provides $100,000 grant to help farmers rebuild.
Rodolfo Pocop: an indigenous perspective on mining in Guatemala
New economic realities in Central America reveal strong concerns about the future of Mayan culture.