The struggle continues: Reflections in times of COVID-19
Governments and neoliberal institutions have failed us. We know that those who are systematically oppressed by racism, transphobia, and classism will be the most impacted by this crisis. At the same time, these same communities, especially those who are disabled and chronically ill, are those from whom we have the most to learn in times of crisis.
No safe third country agreements with Central America!
The agreements give the U.S. power to deport asylum-seekers to Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador even if they are not from these countries. To stop these inhumane and illegal agreements, we need major people power. Join us!
Tour 2020: "Ancestral Movements: Indigenous Territory and Migration"
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, we have sadly cancelled our 2020 tour featuring Silvia Raquec of Association Pop No'j. However, we will still have a webinar for people across the country and world to participate in on April 16!
Reduced price: 2020 calendars!
"Art as Resistance," showcases powerful photos from Guatemala and the U.S.-Mexico border. Each month highlights an example of how art is resistance and resistance is art.
NISGUA's end of year report
Our 2019 accomplishments: In the context of capitalist colonialism and global fascism, our work showed us that a new path is necessary, giving life to an accompaniment program resourced to take on this violence with innovative forms of organizing. Presenting: GAP Internacionalista!
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Stand with communities as they defend their lives and territories against unjust trade policies and the violent imposition of extractive projects.

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Support survivors who seek justice and an end to impunity for crimes committed during the Internal Armed Conflict.

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Build transnational solidarity by linking communities in the U.S. and Guatemala in the struggle for justice and self-determination.

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Dissuade violence through presence and transnational advocacy, at the request of Guatemalan organizations and activists targeted for their struggles.

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Guatemalan National Organizations denounce NGO law

March 2nd, 2020|0 Comments

On February 14, Guatemalan Congress approved law Decree 4-2020, formerly known as Bill 5257, or the NGO Law. Guatemalan social movements  have pointed out that this initiative is antidemocratic, regressive, limits political rights, and threatens people who work in the defense [...]

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