Women showing support for FSLN - the V sign means 'United in Victory'. Pic: Morning Star Nicaraguan trade unions united in condemnation of Bolivian coup

NSCAG News | on: Friday, 29 November 2019

Meeting in an Extraordinary General Assembly called in the wake of the Bolivian coup, Nicaraguan trade unions were united in their condemnation of the coup and in their determination to defend Nicaragua’s sovereignty and right to self-determination. The Assembly brought together members of the National Workers’ Front FNT, the Sandinista read more

Nicaraguan Opposition Groups voice support for Trump agenda in Bolivia and Latin America

NSCAG News | on: Thursday, 14 November 2019

Nicaragua’s opposition groups, which are supported by groups in the UK such as SOS-Nicaragua UK and UNAB-UK, have published a number of statements applauding the recent military coup in Bolivia and echoing Trump's agenda not only in Bolivia but for the whole of Latin America. The Civic Alliance (Alianza Civica) read more

Thousands march in La Paz against the coup and in defence of democracy NSCAG condemns right wing coup in Bolivia

NSCAG News | on: Monday, 11 November 2019

The Nicaragua Solidarity Campaign Action Group has condemned the US-backed right wing coup in Bolivia which has forced the resignation of President Evo Morales. The coup is an assault on democracy and social justice and the right of Bolivian people to live in peace and determine their own future. It read more

This year's Christmas card Christmas Shopping from NSC

NSCAG News | on: Tuesday, 5 November 2019

Do your shopping from NSC! Each purchase makes a difference to our fair trade suppliers and to the work NSC can carry out. This year’s Christmas card is entitled “Feliz Navidad, Happy Christmas”, there’s a DVD & book about Frida Kahlo and some witty t-shirts and mugs, all ethically produced. read more

Home of health union leader Jacaranda Fernandez destroyed and ransacked by opposition supporters NSCAG calls Amnesty International to account

NSCAG News | on: Monday, 4 November 2019

For some considerable time, Amnesty International's reporting has repeatedly and consistently criticised the Nicaraguan government, completely disregarding its massive achievements in tackling real human rights issues in Nicaragua such as reducing poverty, massively improving health services and addressing gender inequality. Their reporting merely serves only to destabilise Nicaragua and trample read more

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