For the past two months, the State of Nicaragua has resorted to lethal force and violent tactics in an effort to shut down dissent, resulting in at least 200 killed, another 2500 injured and countless others detained.
WHAT ARE THE REASONS FOR THESE CIVIL PROTESTS, WHO ARE THE PARTICIPANTS AND WHAT ARE THEIR DEMANDS?
Come and find out more at a public meeting with two young Nicaraguan women travelling through Europe as part of an informational caravan of solidarity. Hear them speak and discuss their lives and aspirations in the current Nicaraguan situation.
Jessica Cisneros: A young activist who fights for the inclusion and citizen participation of young people in different social spheres in Nicaragua.
Yerling Aguilera : A young sociologist, teacher and social researcher who has dedicated herself to the study of the memories of the Nicaraguan Revolution and gender issues.
TUESDAY 10th JULY 2018 7pm-9pm, SHEFFIELD QUAKER MEETING HOUSE, 10 St James Street Sheffield S1 2EW
More information about the current situation available here:
Call to Solidarity_ to the international feminst community from the Feminist Articulation of Nicaragua (English version)/ Llamado a la solidaridad feminista (Spanish version)