Join AJWS Global Circle for an unforgettable trip to Nicaragua, a country of natural beauty and a turbulent revolutionary past.
Meet with visionary Nicaraguan leaders and activists, such as AMEWAS, an organization helping rural victims of domestic violence rebuild their lives.
Witness the impact of grassroots activism and its life-changing effect on women, girls, and LGBT people around the country.
Immerse yourself in Nicaraguan culture and learn about Nicaragua’s fascinating and complex history, from pre-Columbian times to the Contras and Sandinistas.
Experience the excitement of cities like Grenada, one of the oldest and best preserved colonial cities in Central America.
Connect with like-minded young professionals committed to AJWS’s mission of global justice.
Explore the natural wonders of this Central American gem, including the lush rainforest of Matagalpa, and Masaya, an active volcano.
Dates: October 19-26, 2014
Cost per person (excluding airfare): *$1,875 based on double occupancy (single supplement $300)
*The trip cost includes accommodations, meals and local transfers for 7 nights in Managua, Masaya, Matagalpa and Granada.
Applications open: April 1, 2014
Deadline to apply: September 1, 2014
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Space is very limited. Please contact [masked] or[masked] with questions.
For more details: http://ajws.org/what_we_do/service_and_travel_opportunities/study_tours/global_circle_nicaragua_study_tour.html