Pourquoi certains conflits sont-ils si fortement médiatisés qu'on peut les suivre au jour le jour et faire le compte des victimes et des dégâts, alors que d'autres tout aussi ravageurs (plus même, souvent) se retrouvent à peine dans nos journaux, qu'ils soient papier, radio ou télé?
Pourquoi nous désintéressons-nous du Darfour, du Congo...?
Pourquoi ne savons-nous rien sur ceci, par exemple:
On 6 March, a coalition of human rights organizations, trade unions, indigenous groups and other organizations participated in a series of demonstrations in
On 11 March a number of organizations, many of which participated in the 6 March events, received a death threat via email, purportedly from the paramilitary Metropolitan Front of the Black Eagles in Bogotá (Aguilas Negras – Bloque Metropolitano de Bogotá). The threat accused the organizations of being "guerrillas" and named them as "military targets". The email said: "You used the march on 6 March this year to bring us down further and turn people against us, we will begin to kill you one by one, we mean business, and we won’t leave any loose ends” (Ustedes utilizaron dicha marcha
A number of trade unionists and human rights activists, some of whom were closely involved in organizing events or whose organizations participated in them, were killed or threatened just before or soon after 6 March. On 4 March, Carmen Cecilia Carvajal, a member of the trade union ASINORT was killed in Ocaña, Norte del Santander Department. On 8 March, Leonidas Gómez, of the UNEB banking union, was found dead in his apartment in Bogotá. On 7 March, Gildardo Antonio Gómez of the teachers’ union ADIDA, was killed in Medellín. On 12 March, the body of Carlos Burbano, a leader from the health union ANTHOC and organizer of the march in southern
Adriana González, a member of the human rights group CPDH and organizer of the march in