SIF honors a remarkable career dedicated to alleviating poverty and promoting equity across Central America.
Approximately 332,000 immigrants from El Salvador and Honduras are at risk of losing their Temporary Protected Status (TPS) in the United States in 2021. Eric L. Olson and John Wachter present an analysis of what will happen if they are sent back to their countries of origin.
As the world confronts this challenge, we must continue to advocate for equity, rule of law and justice, and fight against inequality, exclusion and corruption.
SUSPENDED | Virtual Panel: Lessons from the fight against corruption and impunity in Central America
Join this conversation with justice sector and civil society leaders in Central America.
Join this virtual conversation with three experts on violence against women and girls.
Les compartimos el informe realizado por John Wachter, analista e investigador de SIF, sobre la ayuda exterior de EE.UU. a Centroamerica a lo largo de dos décadas y que suma casi US$10,000 millones.
The women of the Seattle International Foundation strike today to reject injustice and inequality towards women in 2020, to join in the outrage over the growing feminicides in Mexico and to stand in solidarity with Mexican women.
More than 100 grassroots and philanthropic leaders meet at US-Mexico border to support migrant children’s rights
Tijuana hosts 2020’s first transnational conference to discuss the region’s migration crisis and its impact on youth.
SIF joins 35 other organizations in applauding CNA and FOSDEH for their joint study and call on the Honduran government to implement the recommendations of the report and ensure the safety of CNA and FOSDEH personnel.
A unique exchange between young Central American activists to share their ideas and experiences around impunity.
Efforts to fight corruption in Honduras have been undermined after the elimination of the MACCIH and impunity is likely to continue into the foreseeable future.
The third edition of our leadership program came to a close with the completion of 6 pilot projects, much excitement and many shared experiences.
With great enthusiasm, we share with you the progress we made over the year in each of our programs, funds and initiatives.
Our Central American leadership program continues to grow and evolve.
We are kicking off 2020 with a brand new look!
We would like to share with you a report written by John Wachter, a SIF analyst and researcher, on US foreign aid to Central America over the past two decades, amounting to almost US$10,000 million.
Thank you for joining our small but mighty SIF family in 2019.