Webinar, 13th February - Time to end US sanctions!

NSCAG News | on: Tuesday, 26 January 2021

On 13 February at 2pm UK time, NSCAG will be co-hosting a webinar - 'Trump has gone: time to end sanctions on Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela' - with the Cuba Solidarity Campaign and Venezuela Solidarity Campaign. In the last 4 years, the Trump administration intensified illegal U.S sanctions against read more



Webinar: Trump has gone - time to end US sanctions on Nicaragua, Cuba and Venezuela

NSCAG News | on: Tuesday, 26 January 2021

On 13 February at 2pm UK time, NSCAG will be co-hosting a webinar with Cuba Solidarity Campaign and Venezuela Solidarity Campaign. In the last four years, the Trump administration intensified illegal U.S sanctions against Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua with the aim of forcing 'regime change' - deeply damaging read more



Pic from La Voz del Sandinismo: 'The Revolution Continues' Nicaragua Update

NSCAG News | on: Wednesday, 20 January 2021

2021 is a crucial year for Nicaragua, with national elections due in November. We are today celebrating the departure of Donald Trump. But what does a future Biden administration have in store for Nicaragua? Will the US administration continue its attempts to sabotage the elections and subvert the will of read more



Majority of Nicaraguans Reaffirm Support for the FSLN

NSCAG News | on: Wednesday, 13 January 2021

A wide-ranging poll carried out by independent polling firm M & R consultores in December 2020 indicates that the FSLN (Sandinista National Liberation Front) maintains a big advantage over a fragmented opposition that lacks support and credible leadership. Results from the survey, which looked at voting intentions in the read more



NSCAG webinar now on You Tube!

NSCAG News | on: Tuesday, 17 November 2020

A recording of the recent NSCAG webinar - 'The Nicaraguan Revolution - Past, Present and Future - the threat of a good example' is now available on You Tube at the link below:- https://youtu.be/f2P8BwLPTqw Copies of the presentations made by Nan McCurdy and John Perry can be found here read more



Webinar: The Nicaraguan Revolution: Past, Present and Future - the threat of a good example

NSCAG News | on: Tuesday, 27 October 2020

With the election of the FSLN to government in 2006, Nicaragua's revolution entered it second phase, building on the the social, economic and political advances that have been the revolution's hallmarks. Speakers from Nicaragua will discuss the periods from 1979 to the present day, looking at how the revolution read more



Fighting blockades & COVID-19: Why US sanctions in Latin America must end

NSCAG News | on: Sunday, 4 October 2020

Our webinar hosted jointly with the Cuba Solidarity Campaign and Venezuela Solidarity Campaign on 3rd October is now available to view here Guest speakers at the event were Counselor Julio Pujol, Deputy Head of Mission, Cuban Embassy Sofia Clark, Master of International Law, Miguel d'Escoto Brockmann Centre for Development read more



Webinar: Fighting blockades & COVID-19: Why US sanctions in Latin America must end

NSCAG News | on: Thursday, 17 September 2020

In the depths of a global health crisis international co-operation can save lives. But while Cuba has sent medical brigades to help fight COVID-19 in 38 countries, the US government under Donald Trump has tightened sanctions against Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela, preventing access to vital PPE and ventilators. In the read more



Kevin Zeese passes away

NSCAG News | on: Monday, 7 September 2020

We are deeply saddened to learn that Kevin Zeese, U.S. lawyer, advocate, writer, activist-organizer and comrade, passed away on 6th September. Zeese, alongside his partner Margaret Flowers, was the Co-director of Popular Resistance, an online resource providing news and information, which brings together movements for peace and economic, racial and read more



House to house visits are part of the national public health campaign to combat COVID-19 What other countries could learn from Nicaragua’s response to COVID-19

NSCAG News | on: Monday, 24 August 2020

The following is an edited version to a longer article by Coleen Littlejohn that first appeared on the website of the Alliance for Global Justice on 20 August 2020. Coleen has lived and worked in Nicaragua since 1980. From 2011-2014 she also worked for the World Bank in Liberia during read more





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