realeyz.de’s first film partner – Society for Threatened Peoples

     |    Thursday, der 11. February 2010

realeyz.tv is happy to announce its cooperation with the GfbV, The Society for Threatened Peoples-International. The GfbV is the film partner for our documentary SWITCH OFF! – APAGA Y VÁMONOS . Starting today, you can read regular blog articles with background information, news, and commentary posted by the GfbV. The Society for Threatened Peoples International  

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State and paramilitary repression of the Mapuche peoples

     |    Wednesday, der 10. February 2010

The conflict that began in 1990 in southern Chile among landowners, lumber   companies and the indigenous population has escalated. The Mapuche, normally a peaceful tribe, successfully defended their freedom and territories against first Incan and later Spanish colonists. Yet in the past century, they have lost nearly 90 percent of their land. They suffered above 

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The BíoBío Dam Construction Project in Chile, the ENDESA and the impending fusion with the German energy corporation, E.ONThe BíoBío Dam Construction Project in Chile, the ENDESA and the impending fusion with the German energy corporation, E.ONThe BíoBío Dam Construction Project in Chile, the ENDESA and the impending fusion with the German energy corporation, E.ONThe BíoBío Dam Construction Project in Chile, the ENDESA and the impending fusion with the German energy corporation, E.ON

     |    Wednesday, der 24. June 2009

Text:  Anika Stowasser: Society for Threatened Peoples, Göttingen and Yvonne Bangert in September 2006 The BíoBío river has great symbolic meaning to the Mapuche people living in Chile. Before Spanish colonialists ultimately completely subjugated the Mapuche people, the river represented the border separating free Mapuche territory from the lands already under colonial rule. Today, the 

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