Category Archives: Delegations/Solidarity ToursOctober 30, 2017
CoDevelopment Canada is organizing a visit to our Guatemalan partners in the Spring of 2018. We’ll meet with and visit the projects of: Artesana, the Guatemalan Women’s Sector and, of course, the Campesino Committee of the Highlands (CCDA), producers of … Continue readingPosted in Delegations/Solidarity Tours, Guatemala, Women | Tagged international solidarity, Women's rights | Comments Off on Join CoDev on a Delegation to Guatemala – March, 2018 August 5, 2015
Some original partners help us reflect on 30 years of supporting solidarity in Latin America.Posted in Canada, Delegations/Solidarity Tours, Inside CoDev, Latin America, Partnership | Comments Off on Celebrating our 30th anniversary! July 8, 2014
Excerpted from CUPE’s International Solidarity Report 2013-14, Executive Director Barbara Wood writes about the amazing work of CoDev/CUPE partners MEC. (you can find a full copy of the CUPE International Solidarity Report at their website) Shouts of joy and celebration … Continue readingPosted in Central America, Delegations/Solidarity Tours, Gender, Human Rights | Comments Off on Women Workers Make Gains in Central America April 3, 2014
Amazing. Life changing. Rewarding. That’s how David Noble, winner of last year’s Membership Draw, describes his experience on a recent delegation to Nicaragua and Honduras to meet with MEC and CODEMUH, two women’s organizations that work with maquila or sweatshop … Continue readingPosted in Delegations/Solidarity Tours, Donors, Honduras, Maquila, Nicaragua | Comments Off on David Noble and His Delegation Experience March 6, 2014
Long live Central American women! CoDev’s Executive Director, Barbara Wood is leading a delegation of Canadian Partners to Nicaragua and Honduras to meet with the women’s organization partners that work in the Maquila or sweatshop sector. She writes from Nicaragua.Posted in Delegations/Solidarity Tours, Gender, Human Rights, Maquila, Nicaragua, Partnership | Comments Off on Viva las mujeres centroamericanas! Viva!