Category Archives: GenderAugust 28, 2017
Liliam Castillo is 36 years old. She was born in La Paz and at the age of 15 moved to San Pedro Sula, in northern Honduras, in search of employment. She is a single mother of two, a fifteen-year-old daughter … Continue readingPosted in Gender, Honduras, Human Rights, Labour Rights, Maquila, Worker's Rights | Comments Off on A Win for Labour Rights in Honduras October 14, 2016
View our brand new video describing NSIP on You Tube! Non-Sexist and Inclusive Pedagogy is aproposal which began with unionized teachers in Costa Rica, for developing liberating, democratic and inclusive educative practices. The pedagogical proposal is in constant transformation as … Continue readingPosted in Canada, Education, Educational Resources, Gender, Human Rights, Latin America | Comments Off on New Video – Non Sexist & Inclusive Pedagogy December 4, 2015
Local artists in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico have found a profound and beautiful way to pay tribute to the lives of missing women from their city. Painting their images in murals.Posted in Gender, Human Rights, Mexico | Comments Off on The Painted Angels of Ciudad Juárez 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 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!