Peace Process and Post-Conflict
November 15, 2016

Originally posted September 28, 2016

Colombian Peace Process

Drummond supports the efforts of the Colombian government to reach a peace agreement with the FARC, and we wholeheartedly hope that this reconciliation process is successful, strengthening democracy and contributing to a more sustainable future for Colombia and every citizen therein. We also support the government’s intention to provide development and prosperity in rural regions of Colombia affected by violence that promote adequate conditions for the compensation of victims of human rights violations.

Drummond will continue to improve the conditions for recovery and reconciliation during the post-conflict through its corporate social responsibility programs, which will continue to benefit the people of this region. This is a great opportunity to help close a chapter that has negatively affected all Colombians for many years.

Reconciliation Procedure

We unequivocally embrace the principles of a reconciliation procedure based on the reestablishment of human rights and the implementation of political, economic and cultural mechanisms that facilitate the coexistence of all sectors of Colombian society. This process should be based on structural changes that foster transformation in society and tolerance. As it is widely known, the Colombian government has publicly stated that the responsibility for the design and implementation of a reconciliation plan (once an agreement is reached with FARC and is ratified by the Colombian people) is the government’s. Proactively, Drummond is in regular contact with government officials in the Post-conflict Ministry, the President´s Human Rights Advisor´s Office, members of the Santos Administration´s negotiating team in Havana, and with trade associations, so we can be informed of any progress or initiatives that are being put together in the regions where we (the companies) operate, and be positioned to provide support to communities and contribute to sustainable development and peaceful coexistence. These efforts need to be properly coordinated amongst all stakeholders.

INFOTEP Students Visited Drummond Ltd.’s Pribbenow Mine
November 15, 2016

*Students from the National Institute of Vocational Technical Training along with Fray Orozco, Environmental Supervisor for Drummond Ltd.

La Loma, November 15, 2016 Drummond Ltd. received a visit from students in their fourth semester in the Mining, Industrial Safety and Occupational Risk Prevention programs at the National Institute of Vocational Technical Training (INFOTEP, in Spanish) in San Juan del Cesar – Guajira; during which their knowledge was strengthened through talks with the company’s […]

Drummond Opens its Doors to Students from the Benito Ramos Trespalacios Vocational-Technical School in La Loma, Cesar
November 11, 2016

Students in their final year at the Benito Ramos Trespalacios Vocational-technical School

La Loma, November 11, 2016 Drummond Ltd. is committed to training for the country’s professionals and committed to the residents in its area of influence. The Pribbenow Mine facilities hosted students in their final year at Benito Ramos Trespalacios Vocational-Technical School in La Loma, Cesar. The students were able to take a close look at […]



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