More than 3 weeks I’ve been in Nicaragua, it’s time to give some news! My first impression when I breathed for the first time the Nica air: it’s very hot, I will have to adapt myself! After a few days in Managua, we went, my colleague and...

by Ainara Casajús 19th July is the National Day of Nicaragua. The date commemorates the victory of the “Revolución” as in the same day in 1979, the “Sandinistas” entered in Managua. It was the end of the Somoza’s family dictatorship, which ruled the country for more...

[gallery link="file" columns="4" orderby="title"] by Erika Bozzato Beirut incorporates very sharp contrasts within. I have been here for a week now, and I find it very fascinating. Beirut is loud. So loud. It is a bustling city of 2 million people - considering the metropolitan area - constantly honking,...

The first perception once arrived in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, has been a great hot and humid heat wave that wrapped me completely. Hot and humid heat wave in a truly and deeply literal sense. After picking up our bagagges at the airport Toussaint Louverture (one of the...

Women's fear of violent men and men's fear of fearless women - Eduardo Galeano In America, Africa, Asia, Oceania and Europe we want to support those fearless women fighting for their equal rights. In our understanding a just world in economic, cultural and environmental terms can only emerge...

When violence came we had no choice but to leave everything behind and go to the city. We never imagined back then that displacement was going to be a trip with no end, with no point of arrival. We move, but we do not move...