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ULAM (Union Latinoamericana De Mujeres)

ULAM is a network of grassroots women organisations across Latin America who are defending the environment and their human rights against the extractive industry. A principle aim of ULAM is ‘to ensure that governments and corporations uphold women’s rights to participate in and challenge mining policies/practices.” Further aims are to
  1. Position the Network as a regional platform where, collectively, activists will be able to
    • learn about their rights and feel safe to participate in development decisions,
    • produce a nurturing environment for the exchange of experiences and a wider understanding of global mining issues.
  2. Build their capacity to participate in issues of development.
  3. Influence all stakeholders.
  4. Generate research that facilitates the development of a gender-orientated perspective on mining, grounded in women’s experiences.
Contact
    • Contact Person: – Daniel Rowe
Important links to resources
  1. Daughter of murdered indigenous leader who is in imminent danger
  2. Information on the Yukpa struggle
  3. One of our affiliated groups in Ecuador
  4. One of our affiliated women in Peru.

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