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March 2018

Truth Telling as Resistance: Journalists, Storytellers, and Mediamakers in Honduras

March 16 - March 25

Total Cost: $1,000 plus airfare and visa fee----------------------------------Total Due: February 16, 2018 Deposit: $150--------------------------------------------Deposit and Application Due: January 16, 2018 Click here to apply for this trip We are prioritizing participation for Indigenous people, People of Color, queer and trans people. This delegation to Honduras will connect participants with Honduran organizations and activists working to elevate truths and narratives that are marginalized by the dominant forces in society. Delegates will explore the traditional and non-traditional media methods that Honduran activist…

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April 2018

Mexico: Resisting Economic and State Repression

April 3 - April 13

Total Cost: $1,350 plus airfare and visa fee------------Total Due: March 3, 2018 Deposit: $150-----------------------------------------------------Deposit and Application Due: February 3, 2018 Click here to apply for this delegation Join us in Mexico for a Witness for Peace delegation April 2018! The Mexican government has been opening up to foreign investment and transnational corporations for several decades with the signing of the ​North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA​) in 1994 as a neoliberal milestone. Since then, additional constitutional reforms have been introduced with…

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June 2018

Colombia: Women-Led Peace Building and Food Sovereignty

June 21 - June 30

Total Cost: $1400 plus international airfare---------------------------------Total Due: May 21, 2018 Deposit: $150--------------------------------------------Application and Deposit Due: April 21, 2018 Click here to apply This delegation will strive to ask certain questions about peace in Colombia: Can peace be achieved without women, Afro-Colombian, and Indigenous communities being integrally involved? How do grassroots social movements  challenge the bilateral model? Delegates on this trip will witness the ways in which Colombian women are building peace in their communities, and are resisting the current military…

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