Human Rights, Reconciliation, and Faith
Participate in an intercultural journey to El Salvador and learn how to promote and defend human rights through the lens of the Central American experience.
– Next Journey: January 19-26, 2020 –
This journey (run with our partner, Cristosal) incorporates discussions led by experts in the field, community visits, and meetings with civil leaders to help participants gain both the theory and practical tools necessary to be advocates and defenders of human rights. All delegations are intercultural (with participants from both North and Central America), allowing for deep learning and connection. This program is for UU religious professionals and lay leaders to learn to use a human rights lens to understand social justice work around immigration issues
Who are our Partners in El Salvador?
What can we expect during the journey?
How much does this journey cost?
Participant fees do NOT include: Additional food, beverages, souvenirs, alcohol, airfare, $10 tourist visa, or any activities outside of our planned itinerary.
We offer generous financial aid based on need that can cover up to 50% of the program fee for adults and up to 75% of the program fee for youth.