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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.

Street sellers,trade unionists,contributors to Nicaragua's wealth

Street seller Flor de Maria Avellan is also joint General Secretary of the Confederation of Self Employed Workers

The social economy in Nicaragua is the largest in Latin America, generating 40% of the country’s wealth and representing 90% of the workforce. It is... read more

Violence & human rights violations: a street seller’s story

Street seller Maribel Baldizon at her fruit stall in Managua

For 33 years Maribel Baldizon Garcia has been a self-employed worker selling tropical fruit at a bus stop near the Central America University... read more

Economic reactivation through the social economy

Members of the 'Women in Action' bakers' co-operative

Who produces the wealth of Nicaragua? Nicaragua’s wealth is created by foreign capital, national capital and the social economy. The social economy... read more

Nicaragua, 5th place in the world in gender equality

Nicaraguan women trade unionists celebrated International Women's Day

According to the World Economic Forum (WEF) global gender gap report 2018, Nicaragua is the highest ranked country in the Americas in terms... read more

No to US sanctions against Nicaragua

US sanctions on Nicaragua will further impoverish the poor & exacerbate polarisation within Nicaragua

US threats and sanctions will not only deepen the poverty of those already impoverished but will also exacerbate the polarisation within Nicaragua, making it even... read more

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Nicaragua Solidarity News January, 2019

Junieth Leiva, Fair trade coffee producer from the co-operative SOPPEXCCA, will be visiting Bristol and London during Fairtrade Fortnight

Our grateful thanks to all our members and supporters for your continued support for our work in solidarity with Nicaragua through the most challenging period... read more

Over 600 people turn out for Latin America Conference

Dr Florence Levy, Nicaragua MP and trade unionist received a standing ovation after her speech to 600 people in a plenary session

The highlight of the conference, attended by over 600 people, was a video message from Leader of the Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn MP who was... read more

Spanish classes start Monday January 14th 2019

Learn Spanish with a Latin American flavour at Nicaragua Solidarity Campaign! Classes start on MONDAY JANUARY 14th and the term will be 12 weeks.Beginners... read more

NSC news: Two Nicaraguan women to visit the UK

Dr Florence Levy will be a keynote speaker at Latin America conference 1 December

Opportunities to find out first hand what’s happening in Nicaragua In November/December, Nicaraguan National Assembly member, doctor, and trade unionist Dr Florence Levy... read more

Nicaragua Solidarity News

Funds for Fair trade coffee co-operative CECOCAFEN: Our thanks to everyone who donated to our appeals in 2017 and 2018. The funds were originally intended... read more

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