NSC on facebookNSC on twitterNSC RSS news feed

Gloria visiting the cafe at law firm Freshfields where SOPPEXCCA coffee is sold Nicaragua organic Fairtrade coffee farmer visits London

NSC News | Monday, 24 February 2020

Nicaraguan Fairtrade coffee farmer Gloria Talavera visited London 20 – 22 February as a guest of the Nicaragua Solidarity Campaign. Gloria belongs to the Union of Agricultural Co-operatives (UCA) SOPPEXCCA which has 650 members producing organic Fairtrade coffee for export and organic cacao, fruit and vegetables for local consumption. Women read more



Events in Bristol, Liverpool, London, Norwich, Oxford

NSC News | Wednesday, 19 February 2020

Highlights include Fairtrade events, film showings, talks on Nicaragua/Latin America, a performance of the Nicaraguan Misa Campesina, and a vitual music and arts exchange between Norwich and El Viejo in Nicaragua. Visit of Nicaragua Fairtrade coffee producer Nicaraguan Fairtrade coffee producer Gloria Talavera González will be visiting London read more



Fairtrade means more resources to empower women and promote gender equality What does Fairtrade mean for small scale farmers?

NSC News | Friday, 14 February 2020

Nicaraguan Fairtrade coffee producer Gloria Talavera González will be visiting London 20 – 22 February as a guest of the Nicaragua Solidarity Campaign. Gloria will then go to Bristol for a two week programme organised by Bristol Link with Nicaragua ad Bristol and South Glos Fairtrade Network. Gloria belongs to read more



Alma Castillo, a student of Nicaraguan sign language The Nicaraguan deaf children who invented a new language

News from Nicaragua | Tuesday, 11 February 2020

In the 1980s deaf children in Nicaragua invented a completely new sign language of their own. This remarkable achievement allowed experts a unique insight into how human communication develops. US linguist Judy Shepard-Kegl documented the emergence of what is now known as Nicaraguan Sign Language. In this BBC video she read more