A Visit to Our Sister Organizations in Guatemala
Posted on: Monday, March 7, 2011
MADRE staff recently traveled to Guatemala to meet with our sister organizations, and we’d like to give you the chance to relive the trip!
Some of you became a "virtual delegate" and received updates from Guatemala. If you would like to sign up for future updates, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We shared photos and short updates from our sister organizations. To take a look at them, you can:
- Visit the myMADRE blog
- Check out the MADRE Facebook fan page
- Follow the @MADREspeaks Twitter feed.
- Follow MADRE's Executive Director @yifats Twitter feed.
Updates from Guatemala
March 12, 2011
March 10, 2011
Last Sunday, the Guatemalan security forces reported that eight women had been killed in the past 24 hours. Eight women. They ranged in age from 14 to 43, they lived in the capital city and hundreds of miles away, and they were all shot.March 9, 2011
Yesterday, as I joined with the women of our partner organization in Guatemala City to celebrate International Women’s Day, a phrase occurred to me: “I feel at home.”March 8, 2011
It's early morning in Guatemala City on this 100th International Women's Day. I'm excited to head out to Barcenas, about an hour away, where we will spend the day with Sandra Gonzales and the other women of our sister organization, the Barcenas Women Workers' Committee.
This March 8, we declare ourselves once again voices of change, promoting the adoption of measures to protect women, children and girls from the violence that prevails in our country.
Click Here for Photos from International Women's Day with Our Partners in Guatemala
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