• The Fight for the Right to Water in Suchitoto, El Salvador

    An Active Generation, Creating Changes As part of a campaign for the approval of a law for integrated water management in El Salvador, the forum “Water, public patrimony and life in Suchitoto” took place this past March 31st in the Alejandro Cotto theater, where more than 370 people gathered. They

  • Another Look at the Alliance for Prosperity

    Questioning the inter-regional agreement which seeks to deter migration from Central America while ignoring its root causes Climate Change and Central American Migrants The recently released Global Climate Risk Index (2016) reconfirmed the fact that it is generally the less developed countries and poorest regions of the world that are

  • El Salvador Bans Metal Mining in Historic Decision

    A Decisive Day for the Environmental Future of El Salvador This Wednesday, March 29, El Salvador became the first country in the world to completely ban metal mining. The country’s legislative assembly voted in favor of life and the people of El Salvador, and it is without a doubt a

  • Ambassadors of El Salvador: Creating Community, Transforming the Local

    The majority of young people have dreams for their lives, and many want to leave their mark for future generations, and even legacies of transformation and civic activism. Over the course of time, it is possible to strengthen a network of leaders, social transformers that emerge from the most sincere

  • Book Review: How Do You Know That?

    How Do You Know That? A Whole New Playbook for Making Strategy Happen By Diane Neuhauser Having had the pleasure of getting to know Diane Neuhauser when she lived in my neighborhood in San Pedro el Alto near Antigua, Guatemala before she moved back to the States, I was delighted