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Nicaraguan elections: why the Sandinistas won so overwhelmingly

NSC works in solidarity with Nicaraguan organisations and social movements fighting for social and economic justice by promoting and seeking support for their activities in the UK.

Wales NSC and 13 groups in England have twinning links or provide support for their partner organisations in Nicaragua.

Nicaraguan elections: why combatting poverty is a decisive factor

On 6 November, Nicaraguans will go to the polls in elections for the President, 90 National Assembly deputies, and 20 Nicaraguan members of the Central... read more

Celebrating Central American Independence

One hundred and ninety-five years ago on 15 September, five Central American nations — Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua —... read more

FSLN leads polls in run up to November elections

The FSLN won the 2011 elections with 60% of the vote

Elections for the presidency, National Assembly and Nicaraguan members of the Central American parliament will take place on 6 November, two days before the US... read more

Masaya Volcano get its own wifi

Credit: John Perry

There have been exciting developments at the Masaya volcano this week as film maker Sam Crossman begins his work setting up wifi equipment that will... read more

Celebrating the 37th anniversary of the Sandinista Revolution

Nicaraguans in their tens of thousands gathered in Managua on 19 July to celebrate the 37th anniversary of the Sandinista Revolution. Most notable was the... read more

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Nicaragua, Latin America: forthcoming events

Dr Paul Oquist, Nicaraguan Minister for Public Policy & Nicaragua's chief negotiator at the Paris Climate Change Conference, will be one of keynote speakers at the Latin America Conference 26 Nov

Something for everyone with an interest in Nicaragua and Latin America.... * Pub quiz to raise funds for Nicaraguan pre-school * Public meeting and Rally... read more

Nicaragua, global warming, and climate justice

Coffee is no longer viable at lower altitudes due to climate change. Farmer Ana Maria Gonzalez is participating in a coffee to cocoa conversion programme.

Rising sea levels, severe flooding, unpredictable seasons, increased frequency of storms…just some of the ways in which climate change is affecting the UK. * What impact... read more

NSC is looking for communications & events volunteer

Two month commitment starting in week beginning  1  October, 2016 One day a week (or the equivalent hours) Based in Finsbury Park, London but some work could... read more


LEARN LATIN AMERICAN SPANISH with our Peruvian teacher Claudio Chipana & help the Nicaragua Solidarity Campaign! Private lessons also available. Classes start on Monday September... read more

What difference has 9 years of Sandinista government made?

Nicaragua, trade unions and elections: what difference has 9 years of Sandinista government made? Saturday 18 June, 2.00 – 3.30pm, Unite the Union, 128 Theobalds Rd,... read more

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