NSC on facebookNSC on twitterNSC RSS news feed
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.


Negotiations progress but face major challenges

An opinion poll published by M&R Consultores published on 26 February indicated that over 90% of respondents want dialogue, peace and stability to guarantee the... read more

Developing a new economic model through the social economy

Women in Action Bakers' Co-op, Managua

‘We believe that we need to transform the current model into a more humane economic model, in which human beings prevail, where people’s rights... read more

Government - Civic Alliance dialogue resumes

  An opinion poll published by M&R Consultores published on 26 February indicated that over 90% of respondents want dialogue, peace and stability to guarantee the... read more

Nicaragua: agroecology and food sovereignty

Students of the agroecology training school (IALA), Nicaragua

NSC interviewed Edgardo Garcia, the general secretary of the Rural Workers Association (ATC), about their work with agricultural workers in large scale agro-export plantations and... read more

Nicaragua calls for global movement for survival

Dr Paul Oquist calling for a global movement for survival

Dr Paul Oquist, Nicaraguan representative to the UN Environment Assembly in Nairobi 11-15 March, called for what he described as ‘a worldwide movement for survival,... read more

More news stories >>

‘Language and culture are the soul of your identity’

David McKnight & Ben Gregory, Wales NSC with Johnny Hodson during a visit to Llangollen in Wales

Nicaragua: One nation, two histories Though rich in natural resources, the Caribbean Coast of Nicaragua is the most remote and impoverished region of Nicaragua. In... read more

Forthcoming events in Wales and England

Johnny Hodgson, historian, political activist, spokesperson on indigenous & Afro-descendant rights will be speaking in Llangollen, see below for details

Friday, 5 April: 7.30pm, LONDON, Pub quiz to raise funds for Los Pollitos preschool in Managua. Upstairs room, The Calthorpe Arms,... read more

Agroecology, returning to the earth what we take from it

Students of the agroecology training school (IALA), Nicaragua

NEW NSC VIDEO The Rural Workers Association (ATC) in Nicaragua is a member organisation of La Via Campesina , an international movement of two... read more

Spanish classes start Monday April 29th

Learn Spanish with a Latin American flavour at Nicaragua Solidarity Campaign! Classes start on MONDAY APRIL 29th and the term will be 12 weeks.TBC... read more

More news stories >>