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! December 2, 2013
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.Posted in Events, Gender, Human Rights, Maquila, Nicaragua, Partnership | Comments Off on CoDev partner, MEC Recognised for Outstanding Work October 29, 2013
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 readingPosted in Delegations/Solidarity Tours, Education, Latin America, Partnership | Comments Off on BCTF – Larry Kuehn on International Solidarity April 3, 2013
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 readingPosted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on An Intern’s Perspective on CoDev March 13, 2013
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 readingPosted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Non-Sexist Pedagogy – What does it mean?