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Witnessing Movements in Mexico

Posted by in Art and Culture, Environment & Sustainability, Fair Trade, Food and Agriculture, Indigenous Rights, Labor and Economy, Latin America, News and Updates, Peace and Conflict, Uncategorized, Women, Youth on 24th July, 2015 | No Comments

Photo Contest - Zapatista in Front of Zapata, Oventic Mex Jan05 Sandi HammondsMexico’s people are confronting daunting challenges. Bad government and the worlds of pain, violence, impunity and the economic injustice brought with it often color the realities of daily life. But so do courage, creativity, and resistance.
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Princeton University Visits Cuba

Posted by in Caribbean, Latin America, Partner and Trip Leader Stories, Trip Participant Stories, Uncategorized on 9th July, 2015 | No Comments

IMG_3649-e1436303951755-768x1024Last week, the United States and Cuba formally announced they will restore full diplomatic relations and re-open embassies in Havana and Washington respectively on July 20th. Just a week prior to this historic announcement of re-opening embassies, Global Exchange sent Princeton University’s track and field team on an 8-day trip to Cuba
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It’s a New Year – Make 2015 a Year for Traveling!

Posted by in Featured, News and Updates, Uncategorized on 8th January, 2015 | No Comments

PrintDid you make a New Year’s resolution to travel and learn more about the world in 2015? Good news! We’ve got some great trips lined up in 2015.
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The Sustainable Development Trip to Guatemala

Posted by in Environment & Sustainability, Fair Trade, Food and Agriculture, Indigenous Rights, Labor and Economy, Latin America, News and Updates, Uncategorized, Women, Youth on 29th October, 2014 | No Comments

3Are you a sustainable development professional? Student? Simply interested in and/or curious as to what sustainable development is? On this newly created trip, in partnership with The Earth Rights Institute Living Lab, travel to Guatemala for an opportunity to immerse yourself in the culture of Sustainable Development.
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A Haiti Delegate Shares Her Experience

Posted by in Caribbean, Guest Posts, Latin America, Trip Participant Stories, Uncategorized on 26th September, 2014 | 2 Comments

Untitled11Many of my friends and colleagues have expressed an interest in what I found in Haiti. I visited Haiti June 7-14, 2014 on a fact-finding trip with Global Exchange. I certainly did not know what to expect, even though I have studied many facets of life in Haiti, pre and post-earthquake. Real life can be quite different.
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Mission District Reality Tour

Posted by in Guest Posts, Trip Participant Stories, Uncategorized on 14th August, 2014 | No Comments

The summer interns in Clarion AlleyPart of the intern experience at Global Exchange involves a short exposure to each department’s work. As the Reality Tours intern, experiencing a mini Reality Tour around San Francisco’s historic Mission District gave me not only better insight to the work that my team prepares for but also a greater awareness and appreciation of the history, culture, and life that this neighborhood offers.
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Reality Tour Brazil: The World Cup, the Olympics, and Social Movements

Posted by in Art and Culture, Citizen Diplomacy, Civil Rights, Education, Environment & Sustainability, Featured, Indigenous Rights, Issues We Explore, Labor and Economy, Latin America, News and Updates, Peace and Conflict, Regions We Visit, Uncategorized on 2nd July, 2014 | 1 Comment

Photo: Getty ImagesYou may have heard there is a World Cup going on in Brazil right now. And depending on which news sources you’ve been following, you may have also heard there is much more to this World Cup than sport. All of the issues may be hard to put into context, especially from a continent away – but that’s why we’ve developed a Global Exchange Reality Tour to Brazil to witness and learn about them firsthand.
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