Webinar! "On our own terms: Indigenous perspectives on forced displacement & immigration systems"
Presenting Floridalma Boj Lopez (Maya K'iche'), Gerónimo Ramírez (Maya Ixil), Natali Segovia (Quechua/Peruvian). Join us on July 1 at 3 PM PT // 5 PM CT // 6 PM ET.
40th Anniversary Timeline
2021 marks NISGUA's 40th anniversary! Take a look at this interactive timeline which highlights some key events in our 40 years of organizing, accompaniment, and relationship bulding.
Solidarity with Indigenous migrants: Stop pandemic deportations and Title 42 expulsions!
After a year of coordinating with over 40 Central and North American organizations in a campaign against the Asylum Cooperative Agreements (ACAs), deportations during the pandemic, and Title 42 expulsions, we are well poised for concrete wins in 2021.
U.S. terminates Asylum Cooperative Agreements (ACAs)
For over a year, NISGUA has coordinated with 40+ Central and North American organizations in a campaign to end these inhumane and illegal agreements. As we celebrate this major win, we know that the work is far from over. Today we recommit to ending pandemic deportations and Title 42 expulsions.
Become a sustaining donor today!
This year we are celebrating four decades of accompaniment, cross-border organizing, and relationship building. Will you become one of 40 new monthly donors to honor this legacy and ensure the sustainability of NISGUA's work for the long-haul.
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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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Dissuade violence through presence and transnational advocacy, at the request of Guatemalan organizations and activists targeted for their struggles.

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