Nicaraguans enjoy free community-based health care, based on prevention NSCAG webinar now available on YouTube

NSCAG News | on: Monday, 1 June 2020

A recording of the NSCAG webinar on 'COVID-19 and US Imperialism' held on 28 May is now available on YouTube, see link below:- Speakers discussed the policies and measures being taken by the FSLN government to combat COVID-19 in the specific socio-economic context of Nicaragua, read more

Brigadistas have undertaken over 2 milion house to house visits during COVID-19 pandemic NSCAG Webinar: COVID 19 AND US IMPERIALISM, 28 May 2020

NSCAG News | on: Tuesday, 19 May 2020

NSCAG will be holding a free webinar on Thursday 28 May, from 6.00 - 7.30pm (UK time). Please see below for details and how to register. Speakers will discuss the policies and measures being taken by the FSLN government to combat COVID-19 in the specific socio-economic context of Nicaragua, the read more

Picture from NSCAG says End Sanctions Now!

NSCAG News | on: Tuesday, 12 May 2020

Sanctions are a weapon of economic war. In every country, the poorest and most vulnerable in society suffer the worst impact of sanctions. Like military interventions, they are a crime against humanity used to topple popular governments and movements. Despite over 1 million reported cases and over 80,000 deaths from read more

Nicaraguan unions send solidarity message on May Day

NSCAG News | on: Friday, 1 May 2020

Greetings on this May 1st, International Workers Day, a day that implies our commitment to move forward in the fight for a better world. In these days when we face a global pandemic, it is important to have solidarity and working class identity. Today as yesterday big business wants workers read more

Nicaragua maintains surveillance at border posts, monitoring all persons entering the country from outside NSCAG refutes biased and ill-informed Guardian reporting

NSCAG News | on: Thursday, 9 April 2020

In its article published on 8 April, the Guardian continues along the path of demonizing the Nicaraguan government and yet again proving its credentials as a lapdog and mouthpiece of Nicaragua’s right-wing opposition and its US masters. Written by Wilfredo Miranda, a journalist with the right wing opposition read more

NSCAG pays tribute to Jacinto Suárez Espinoza

NSCAG News | on: Friday, 3 April 2020

We are greatly saddened by the news of the death of Jacinto Suárez Espinoza on 2nd April. We recognise the profound contribution that Jacinto made over more than five decades to realising the dream and vision of Sandinismo not only in Nicaragua but also in Latin America and internationally. A read more

Nicaragua responds to the COVID-19 Pandemic

NSCAG News | on: Thursday, 2 April 2020

As at the end of March, there were three confirmed cases of coronavirus in Nicaragua. One person out of the three has died due to complications from COVID-19 and another 14 people were under observation but had so far tested negative for the virus.* Until now, Nicaragua has been successful read more

A Nicaraguan coffee picker in Costa Rica; there have been Nicaraguan workers in Costa Rica for decades Key facts omitted from ill-judged UNHCR Briefing on Nicaraguan Asylum Seekers

NSCAG News | on: Sunday, 15 March 2020

On March 10th the UNHCR (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees) produced a briefing on Nicaraguan asylum seekers in Costa Rica. A full copy of the briefing can be found here: The briefing is totally lacking in context for most people who lived through the read more

Talk & Film Showing: The US war on democracy in Latin America

NSCAG News | on: Tuesday, 11 February 2020

Speaker: Dan Kovalik, US lawyer, human rights advocate and author Film: Nicaragua:the April crisis and beyond Time & Date: Wednesday, 4 March, 6-8.30pm Venue:Unite the Union, 128 Theobalds Rd, WC1 8TN (Holborn) Organised by Alborada and supported by Nicaragua Solidarity Campaign Action Group Since the election of Donald Trump, the read more

NEW FILM ‘Nicaragua: The April crisis and beyond’ by Dan Kovalik and German Guitierrez

NSCAG News | on: Tuesday, 11 February 2020

The documentary explores the troubling events of April, 2018 during which Nicaragua was enveloped in chaos and violence. These events would later become the pretext for draconian US sanctions against Nicaragua. This film includes interviews with Nicaraguans in cities and rural areas including farmers, politicians, street sellers, and the government read more

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