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Hope for DREAMers

Hope for DREAMers

The Supreme Court of the United States issued its decision on June 18, 2020 and officially halted the Trump administration’s attempts to end DACA. But its narrow decision also means the government can still terminate DACA if it follows the proper procedures. Only a new immigration law would provide a permanent solution.

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Finding New Light in Honduras
Univision.com

Finding New Light in Honduras

The anti-corruption commission, MACCIH, is no more in Honduras, but a special prosecutor's office on corruption will continue. Adriana Beltrán and Eric L. Olson write about this office and what Honduras will need in order to guarantee its effectiveness.  

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What is next for El Salvador?
Iri.org

What is next for El Salvador?

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 Read more

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Get to know the #CADF2020 Award Winners

Get to know the #CADF2020 Award Winners

The 2020 Central America Donors Forum recognized six civil society organizations in Central America for their resistance and reinvention in the midst of the global pandemic and crisis in the region. The Resistance Award, Reinvention Award and the 10th Anniversary awards will support these six organizations in their work and amplify their impact.

Hope for DREAMers

Hope for DREAMers

The Supreme Court of the United States issued its decision on June 18, 2020 and officially halted the Trump administration’s attempts to end DACA. But its narrow decision also means the government can still terminate DACA if it follows the proper procedures. Only a new immigration law would provide a permanent solution.