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Nicaraguan elections: why the Sandinistas won so overwhelmingly

NSC works in solidarity with Nicaraguan organisations and social movements fighting for social and economic justice by promoting and seeking support for their activities in the UK.

Wales NSC and 13 groups in England have twinning links or provide support for their partner organisations in Nicaragua.

Climate Emergency, Nicaraguan farmers lives already turned upside

Coffee is no longer viable at lower altitudes. Farmer Ana Maria Gonzalez participates in a coffee to cocoa conversion programme

Nicaraguan small scale farmers are among the tens of millions of people globally already directly affected by climate change related weather extremes for... read more

Too war mongering even for Donald Trump, John Bolton is sacked

US national security advisor John Bolton, has been sacked by Donald Trump reportedly after months of tension over Bolton’s ideologically charged far right war... read more

Fairtrade helps farmers to combat the impact of climate change

Biodiversity: A range of plants, trees and bushes of different heights  protects  the environment, and creates the conditions for producing high quality arabica coffee, fruit and vegetables.

The Urbina family live in the community of Las Escaleras in the Department of Matagalpa where they have seven hectares of land called Finca Los... read more

Agroecology: the wellbeing of people, the wellbeing of the planet

‘Agroecology is a revolution! …we are killing the Earth…the most urgent task we face is the search for ways to protect it. ’ Marlen Sanchez,... read more

Nicaragua celebrates 40 years Sandinista Revolution

On 19 July NSC and NSCAG activists took part in a huge celebration inManagua of the 40th anniversary of the Sandinista Revolution with other... read more

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40 years of UK – Nicaragua solidarity

Mural in Managua painted by coffee brigadistas from England, Scotland, and Wales: solidarity is the tenderness of the peoples (Che Guevara)

The overthrow of 43-year Somoza dictatorship by the broad coalition of forces of the Sandinista National Liberation Front on 19 July, 1979 was a defining... read more

Agroecology,climate justice, the Nicaraguan example, Public event

“We must address the root cause of our environmental crisis: the endless, limitless, mindless accumulation and concentration of capital on a planet with limited resources.”... read more

The Rural Workers Association: representing Nicaraguan campesinos

Agroecology students harvestng maize

The Rural Workers Association (ATC) covers the following areas: * defending the employment rights of agricultural workers in the banana, coffee, tobacco and African palm... read more

Nicaragua related events in Tavistock, Bristol & London

Friday, 4 October: LONDON, Islington Managua Friendship Association Pub Quiz. Upstairs room, The Calthorpe Arms, 252 Grays Inn Road, WC1X 8JR (Russell Sq,... read more

Latin America Conference 2019 Adelante! 23 November

Nicaraguan guest speakers will be National Assembly member Raquel Dixon, and Michael Campbell, Sandinista Youth. Both are from the Caribbean Coast of Nicaragua ... read more

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