Help WFP meet the $10,000 challenge by April 15!A challenge has been issued. If WFP can raise $10,000 in special contributions to support peace, justice and sustainable economies in the Americas by April 15, a generous donor will match it. Thanks ..Read More
WFP is Top Rated
Witness for Peace Honored as a Top-Rated CharityWitness for Peace is proud to be acknowledged as an excellent steward of our donors' contributions and included in a list of the most respected charities in the United States.Read More
From the Field
People Transforming Policy BlogCheck out the Witness for Peace blog to read up to the minute posts from staff based across the Americas and here at home.Read More
Travel to Cuba
Witness for Peace Granted People-to-People LicenseWfP has been granted a renewal of our People-to-People license, allowing more people like you to travel to Cuba and become advocates against the absurd U.S. embargo.Read More
Op-Ed: 55 Years Is EnoughWFP Executive Director Dana Brown pens an op-ed outlining why a majority of Americans agree the Cuban embargo should end.Read More
The Dark Side of Development in ColombiaCheck out the great new article in NACLA by WfP's Colombia team on violence in BuenaventuraRead More
Defend a Mexican Community's Rights to Say No to Mining/Defienda los Derechos de un Pueblo Mexicano para Rechazar la MineríaUrge U.S. Ambassador to Mexico Anthony Wayne to stand up for the Oaxacan town of Magdalena Teitipac in their struggle for self-determination./Exija al Embajador de EE.UU. a Mexico, Anthony Wayne, que ..Read More

Explore how U.S. economic policies contribute to poverty in one of the hemisphere's poorest countries.
Learn first-hand how U.S. trade policy and corporate practices affect people in Mexico and contribute to immigration.
WFP is consulting with a licensed travel provider to host legal research trips to Cuba.
Stand with Colomb-
ians as they build peace and justice despite harmful U.S. military aid and drug eradication.
Probe the reality behind the rhetoric about Venezuela and learn about U.S. policy in this oil-rich country.
Witness the role of U.S. policy after Bolivia's return to indigenous rule for the first time in 500 years.