Milly Majuc: Music as a Weapon in Nicaragua’s Non-Violent Struggle

Music as a Weapon

The Nicaraguan band has supported the peaceful protests since they began in April.

After the Dictatorship – What to Do and What to Expect?

Onofre Guevara López

In politics, you can’t be a romantic. I want to note the difference between aspiring to democracy and the supposed “recovery” of our democracy.

Nicaragua: Appeal for Unconstitutionality of the Terrorism Law Admitted

Cenidh: “So, what actions make you a terrorist? We have seen charges that have classified terrorism based on this law for providing medicines…”

The Blue and White National Unity: the Path Is Made by Walking

Enrique Sáenz

There are stumbling blocks on this road that must be exposed with harshness, in order to overcome them effectively. Our history has a lot to teach us.

Ortega’s Wrath against a Family of Fireworks Makers

Relatives of the true “Julian el Monimboseno” (from Monimbo) state how they were taken.

The Pain for the Massacred Children

Massacred Children
Juan Carlos Bow

Of the 29 children killed during the more than five months of civic protests, 25 were between 13 and 17 years old.

The Battles of Political Prisoner Victoria Obando

Political Prisoner

As a transgender woman, everything has been twice as hard for her. She’s suffered from discrimination and before becoming a political prisoner.

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