El Salvador Watch


Hot off the presses! Check out the Fall 2018 issue of CISPES' quarterly newsletter, El Salvador Watch.

You can read the newsletter online here as a PDF or check out individual articles below:

  • El Salvador's 2019 Presidential Elections Approach by CISPES (Full Article)
  • A Personal Reflection on the Radical Roots Delegation by Mellissa Linton Villafranco (Full Article)
  • El Salvador Celebrates 100th Municipality Free of Illiteracy by CISPES (Full Article)
  • Having Fun and Building Community at CISPES Summer Camp: A reflection by Daniel Saravia Umana (Full Article)



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