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Update to the BTS Network: COVID-19’s Impacts on Partners’ work

The second wave of COVID-19 is sweeping the world. In the North, we expect impending vaccine shipments and the beginnings of massive vaccination campaigns. However, in Guatemala, the failed disbursement of governmental aid and continued government corruption has left the guarantee of vaccination for the most vulnerable in a precarious state and confidence in the […]

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Report back from St. FX Delegation

Hello everyone! We’ve had some busy past few days here in Guatemala, we are all safe, well fed and we are learning so much. On Sunday we visited the CCDA, where we learned all about the economic and political involvements of this incredible organisation and also saw demonstrations of fish farming, snail farming and water […]

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2015 Alumni Delegation

Breaking the Silence “Alumni” Delegation to Guatemala – Deepening and Strengthening Relationships 2015 In March 2015, a delegation of 15 BTS members will explore history, human rights and social justice in Guatemala. For the group, all of whom have already traveled to Guatemala through a BTS lead delegation in the past 25 yeas, it will […]

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2013 Breaking the Silence Delegation: Blog Updates Chronicle Tour

From October 20 – November 2, the 2013 BTS delegation toured Guatemala to meet with Breaking the Silence partners. This included organizations and communities in Chimaltenago, San Lucas Toliman, Rabinal, Rio Negro, Santa Rosa and Guatemala City. Read more about the delegation! Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6 Day […]

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BTS Delegation Blog- Day 9 (Marg)

After a peaceful night’s sleep at the Pavorotti School, established by Rigoberta Menchu in the late 90’s we were served breakfast on the patio, in bright sunshine overlooking beautiful Lake Atitlan. Our morning started with an exercise placing ourselves in a Guatemalan family atmosphere. After dividing into four families, we walked to the San Lucas […]

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