CADF 2019 continues this Thursday and Friday with more than 30 conferences, panels and workshops that will address migration, democracy, corruption, rule of law and social movements.
The 2019 CADF started this Wednesday in Tegucigalpa with the participation of 25 speakers and almost 400 attendees from Central America, Mexico, the United States and Europe.
We are hiring an Administrative and Operations Coordinator to work in the CAMY Fund’s Mexico City office.
For the first time, the Central America Donor Forum will be held in Honduras.
The 33 program participants learned about strategic communication and political advocacy.
In 2017, Alene Moris, a dedicated feminist and social justice activist, gave a speech in the United States on the substantial difference women can make in positions of power. She asserts that once women realize that they live in a world designed by men and commit to building a community of women in leadership, women leaders will make a big difference. Alene argues that together men and women would have enough wisdom to build a new culture that uses everyone’s intelligence and talents in public decision-making.
I spent three days in Eugene, Oregon, United States, learning about best practices for disability inclusion and connecting with other disabled women about their dreams for a more inclusive and accessible world.
I was living in Nicaragua, investigating the perception and inclusion of people with disabilities, when I was forced to leave the country amid gun shots and tear gas.