Tag Archives: New Hope Foundation

Jesus Tecu and Isabel Osorio

  For more than 10 years, the Maritimes-Guatemala Breaking the Silence Solidarity Network has had a relationship with Jesus Tecu Osorio and Isabel Osorio de Tecu and their family, in particular through the International Youth Internship Program as the network placed close to 20 interns with the Rabinal Legal Clinic and the New Hope Foundation […]

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Blog Entry: March 12 New Hope Foundation

Blog for March 12th 2014 Read other posts. ‘Maltioc’h’ ! Edgar Castro, principal of the New Hope Foundation School, welcomed our group with this greeting in the Achi language. We were tired and hot from the long bus ride on a winding mountainous road, heading north-east from Guate to Rabinal (Baja Verapaz). This unique high […]

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2014 Delegation

From March 6-March 16, 11 members of the 2014 BTS Delegation traveled throughout Guatemala to meet with partners and learn about struggles of the past and present. As we began the delegation in Guatemala City, we began by learning about the long struggle for justice, and also the struggle to know the truth. The Guatemalan […]

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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 4 (Doug)

On Thursday, we visited the Foundation of New Hope school on the outskirts of Rabinal. It represents one of the few examples of an educational institution that tries to reflect an alternative path to development based on the needs of the poor and primarily indigenous families who represent the survivors of the Rio Negro massacres […]

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