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  • 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 day to celebrate and be

  • 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 visions and the most hardworking,

  • 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 to see her recently and

  • Reflections from Behind the Camera: Storytelling for Change

    From camel festivals in India, to inside of an ambulance in San Salvador, you can find Maho Irigoyen and David von Blohn, the dynamic duo behind On the Road Media, almost anywhere in the world, filming and editing visual stories with aesthetic excellence and perceptive insight into social issues, and the people working to solve them.

  • Exhanging ideas with ADESJU

    SERES-ADESJU Exchange of Experiences Did you know that a group of 10 young women from Huehuetenango were able to achieve a sum total of 5,000 quetzales as a loan bank for their community for one year? How do they do it? This was one of the most inspiring experiences that I took away from the