Category Archives: NicaraguaDecember 21, 2018
Since the terrible crisis that has wracked Nicaragua since mid-April first erupted, CoDev, fearful of taking actions that could exacerbate divisions or abet US destabilization in the region, has restricted ourselves to simply posting information from our Nicaraguan partners.Posted in Central America, Human Rights, Inside CoDev, Nicaragua | Tagged human rights, international solidarity, Nicaraguan crisis, Women's rights | Comments Off on CoDev on the Crisis in Nicaragua December 19, 2018
Nicaragua’s Maria Elena Cuadra Movement of Employed and Unemployed Women (MEC) has been partner of CoDev since the mid-1990s. For more than 25 years MEC has defended workers’ rights in the country’s free trade zones where many assembly-for-export maquilas (sweatshops) … Continue readingPosted in Human Rights, Nicaragua, Uncategorized, Women | Comments Off on Appeal from Nicaragua: Sandra Ramos of MEC July 23, 2015
CoDevelopment Canada needs to raise $4000 by November 2015 to support our #Ometepe2015 Project! Many ways to donate: Canada Helps, CHIMP, Go Fund Me, Indie GoGo.Posted in Education, Gender, Nicaragua | 1 Comment 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!