• Laying the Foundations for a Bright Year for SERES

    Thirty-one participants from across Guatemala and El Salvador recently took part in SERES’s 2018  Annual General Assembly, which ran between the 23rd and the 25th of March. A key event in the SERES calendar, the Assembly took place in the lush, green surroundings of San Rafael Las Hortensias, a training

  • Tell Me How It Ends: The Questions Behind the Central American Diaspora

    “Hempstead is a s***hole full of pandilleros [gang members], just like Tegucigalpa,” says teenager Manu, in what is one of the most striking statements recorded in Mexican author Valeria Luiselli’s book, Tell Me How It Ends: An Essay in Forty Questions. Manu fled his hometown in Tegucigalpa, Honduras when months

  • SERES Youth Leaders Participate in International ESD Conference in Brazil

    Ambassadors and facilitators from the SERES team joined youth from all over Latin America and the Caribbean for UNESCO’s World Action for ESD program in Brazil by Glenda Xulú and Susana Ruiz From Sept 26 – 28, 10 youth ambassadors and facilitators from the SOMOS SERES network from Guatemala and

  • Postcard #1 from Australia

    Abigail Quic, SERES facilitator and program coordinator, writes about her first month working with OzGreen and sharing the methodology and vision of SERES in Australia Greetings from Australia, this is my first month living on the big island. I just arrived when winter is relieved by the beautiful spring, and

  • Building a Network of Leaders: An Ambassador’s Perspective

    Axel Salanic is a local ambassador from Cantel, Guatemala, and is a youth representative on the executive board of Asociación SERES. This is his reflection after participating in the second of three annual national ambassador reunions. Read more of Axel’s thoughts on the importance of building and strengthening an inter-community