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.
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.
From the monuments in Washington, DC to the Dreamers Resource Center in Texas, my certainty was reaffirmed that when youth have the freedom to decide what to do with their time and their bodies, there is peace.
This month, I spent a week at the Mexico-Guatemala border with colleagues from WOLA – a SIF grantee since 2012. We wanted to talk with migrants, humanitarian workers and officials about the current conditions for those migrating to the United States.
Nos Vamos: A new photography exhibit explores migration, showcasing work from independent media in Central America
SIF brings the harsh reality of Central America to the city of Seattle through a photo exhibit and a conversation with independent journalists in Central America to reflect on the migration crisis in the region.
SIF in The News
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.
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
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.
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.