Credit: Voces En La Frontera

In El Salvador, 97% of the total cultivated area for sugarcane is burned for the harvest, despite being prohibited in the Environment Law. Photo credit: Voces En La Frontera

October 9, 2019
In order to adapt to climate change, Central America should prioritize “low-carbon” monoculture agriculture such as sugar cane,... Read more >>
Nayib Bukele speaks in front of an American flag at the US Embassy in El Salvador
September 23, 2019
At 100 days in office, President Nayib Bukele has embroiled Salvadoran politics--and not only because of his populist rhetoric... Read more >>
Action Alert
September 20, 2019
The Bukele Administration is attempting an illegal takeover of the Salvadoran Social Security Institute Workers' Union (STISSS),... Read more >>
Movement Profile

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June 20, 2019
Trans activists highlight advances and ongoing challenges during tenth annual March against Transphobia Read more >>
Press Release
June 14, 2019
For immediate release: Contact: Alexis Stoumbelis, [email protected] , (202) 521-2510 ext... Read more >>
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