Monthly Archives: May 2020

COVID-19 Update: Nicaragua

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Nicaragua – MEC (Maria Elena Cuadra Movement of Employed and Unemployed Women) The world pandemic is not only affecting the global economy, it is also having a devastating impact on the local economies, particularly in developing countries. In Nicaragua, according … Continue reading

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COVID-19 Update: Colombia

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Colombia – NOMADESC (Association for Research and Social Action) Killings and Serious violations to Human Rights worsen during lock down in Colombia The COVID-19 crisis in Colombia as in other countries in Latin America, has had a serious impact on … Continue reading

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COVID-19 Update: Our Latin American Education Partners

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CoDevelopment Canada Report on Latin American teacher partners during the COVID-19 pandemic Soon after the World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID-19 a pandemic, governments in Latin America began to establish measures to inform and prevent its propagation, forced vacation on … Continue reading

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COVID-19 Update: Colombia

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Colombia – FECODE (Colombian Educators’ Federation) We have been hearing from our partners in Latin America about their own struggles in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here is an excerpt from recent postings by Jose Hidalgo Restrepo Bermeo, Coordinator … Continue reading

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COVID-19 Update: Peru

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Peru – SUTEP (Peruvian Education Workers’ Union) As of 19 December, in Peru there are 995,899 confirmed cases of COVID-19; 930,410 of whom have recovered, and 37,034 people who have died1, including 9 teachers. Common crime has subsided, however domestic … Continue reading

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