These organizations will develop two conferences on corruption and economic development in Honduras and El Salvador.
For the first time, this regional meeting will be held in Honduras where participants will discuss the challenges and opportunities of Central America and forge important alliances.
What if They Return? How El Salvador, Honduras, and the United States could prepare for an effective reintegration of TPS Beneficiaries
In this report, the authors discuss the current status of Salvadoran and Honduran beneficiaries of TPS in the United States; summarize what is known about their socio-economic situation; review possible barriers to their effective return and reintegration to their countries of origin; assess what governmental programs and resources might be available to help with reintegration; and suggest possible policy approaches all three countries could pursue to incentivize a return and effective reintegration.
Cuatro organizaciones convocan para la realización de una investigación sobre los movimientos juveniles en México, Centroamérica, Panamá y Colombia.
During a critical moment for the youth in Central America and Mexico, Perla Vázquez assumes the direction of SIF’s CAMY Fund.
Claudia Izaguirre, a participant of the Centroamérica Adelante program, was a panelist at a forum in Washington, DC on gender-based violence and migration in the Northern Triangle.
Inter-American Dialogue and SIF held a forum to discuss the correlation between violence against women in the Northern Triangle and migration. Among the panelists was Claudia Izaquirre, a Centroamerica Adelante 2019-2020 participant, representing Honduras.
Xiomara Carballo B., of Costa Rica, is the new program officer for CAMY Fund’s Latin American and Caribbean Initiative to Prevent and Address Early Unions in Adolescents and Girls (LAC Initiative).
The ninth edition of the Central American Donor Forum (CADF) will be held in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, from October 23 to 25.
SIF supports independent media in Central America through the Independent Journalism Fund (IJF).
The third edition of the Centroamérica Adelante (CAA) leadership program is made up of 33 fellows from Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras.
At this one-day conference in Washington DC, researchers and experts discussed violence, corruption, police and immigration reforms that affect the Central American region.
Jason Greer launched the training program in 2013 after meeting Mauricio Quevedo, CEO of Korinver, an El Salvadorian software development company. Since launching, Int2 has sent 11 interns to Seattle.
The Central American leadership program Centroamérica Adelante will coordinate trainings, meetings and pilot projects for leaders working on the key drivers of forced migration in Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras.
Against a backdrop of poverty, brutal violence, and entrenched corruption, Salvadorans went to the polls on February 3, 2019, and elected 37-year old Nayib Bukele, who ran an unorthodox campaign positioning himself as an alternative to the two parties who have dominated the country’s political landscape. #Podcast Guests: Vice President Elect Félix Ulloa, Journalist Glenda Umaña and Eric Olson of Seattle International Foundation
Vázquez currently works for the Seattle International Foundation’s Central America & Mexico Youth Fund (The CAMY Fund). She joined the Seattle International Foundation team in 2017 as a project manager for The CAMY Fund’s Child Marriage Initiative, and she is now the CAMY Fund’s deputy program director.By Arielle Dreher
Legislation that would grant amnesty to anyone convicted or accused of human rights violations during Guatemala’s long-running civil war has raised fears that dozens of perpetrators of forced disappearance, torture and sexual violence could soon walk free.
Violence and a governance breakdown in Central America’s ‘Northern Triangle’ nations of Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador is driving migration to the US.