Author Archives: Kirsten

Zelaya’s Return

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What does it mean for Hondurans? Two years after the 2009 coup against his presidency, Manuel Zelaya returned to Honduras on Saturday (May 28th), to a crowd of thousands. While the Resistance is not declaring victory, they recognize the agreement … Continue reading

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Young Worker’s Delegation 2011

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Sign Up for CoDev’s Young Worker’s Delegation to Honduras and El Salvador! Nov 30th- Dec 9th, 2011

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OH&S Delegation Deepens Commitment

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CoDev’s Labour Program Director, Carol Wood, is accompanying a group of occupational health and safety activists on an exchange with our Honduran partners CODEMUH, sponsored by the BC Federation of Labour. April 3rd and 4th were the first two days … Continue reading

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Strategizing in the Cold

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Barbara Wood, CoDev Executive Director, shares the first of a 3-part report on Berenice Celeyta’s (NOMADESC) 2011 visit to Canada. The two of us turned the corner onto Rideau Street and were nearly knocked over by the wind. Colombian partner … Continue reading

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Partner to Speak on Human Rights in Colombia

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Human rights defender Berenice Celeyta says that international solidarity helps to keep her alive and able to continue her work. Celeyta is the founder and director of one of CoDev’s partners, NOMADESC, an organization dedicated to working with local communities … Continue reading

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