Tell Me How It Ends: The Questions Behind the Central American Diaspora

“Hempstead is a s***hole full of pandilleros [gang members], just like Tegucigalpa,” says teenager Manu, in what is one of the most striking statements recorded in Mexican author Valeria Luiselli’s book, Tell Me How It Ends: An Essay in Forty Questions. Manu fled his hometown in Tegucigalpa, Honduras when months of gang harassment culminated in [...]

Postcard #1 from Australia

Abigail Quic, SERES facilitator and program coordinator, writes about her first month working with OzGreen and sharing the methodology and vision of SERES in Australia At the beach! Greetings from Australia, this is my first month living on the big island. I just arrived when winter is relieved by the beautiful spring, and [...]

The Road to Sustainability

SERES Guatemala program coordinator and facilitator Abigail Quic takes her leadership to Australia! Abigail Quic is taking her leadership across the globe - literally. This week she arrived in Australia, ready to share her knowledge of and experience with sustainability education in Central America, while also learning and working alongside other youth sustainability leaders at [...]

SERES Spotlight: Alex Figueroa

Finding a Voice Alex Alberto Perez Figueroa, 22, says that before participating in SERES, he was always fairly quiet: He didn’t speak much in public, and, in part because of the all-too real fear of gang violence present throughout El Salvador, he didn’t travel far from his community of Celina Ramos even to the central [...]

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