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Viva las mujeres centroamericanas! Viva!

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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.

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CoDev partner, MEC Recognised for Outstanding Work

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The Nicaraguan women’s movement, MEC was selected by the BC Council for International Cooperation to receive the 2013 International Award of Leadership recognising leadership, collaboration, and innovation in their field.

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BCTF – Larry Kuehn on International Solidarity

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CoDev has been working with the BC Teachers’ Federation since we began in 1985. Larry Kuehn, former President and now Director of Research and Technology is a long-time international solidarity activist. In this Teacher magazine interview, Larry talks about why … Continue reading

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An Intern’s Perspective on CoDev

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Guest Blogger: Kim Kildare, CoDev Intern I am an anthropology student at SFU, so when I took a class about social justice that required me to volunteer at a placement for a few months, CoDev was my first choice to … Continue reading

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Non-Sexist Pedagogy – What does it mean?

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Guest Blogger: Jenny Sung, CoDev Intern When I first heard the words “non-sexist pedagogy”, I assumed that I knew what it meant based on the definitions of each word. On Dictionary.com, sexism is defined as “attitudes or behaviours based on … Continue reading

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