The Quest for Peace is a program of liberating development. We seek to build a policy of peace and friendship between the people of the United States and Nicaragua by working for change that empowers people to realize a world of greater opportunity and justice. To accomplish these goals, we focus our efforts on programs that create opportunities for and improve capabilities of those who have the least, without regard to religious or political affiliation. We have also oriented our programs to focus on development projects that improve the lives of women directly.
Read an account of the first twenty years of the Quest.
Quest for Peace Initiatives
The Nicaragua Investment Conditionality Act of 2017 could see action in the U.S. Senate in the coming weeks. The “NICA” Act directs U.S. representatives at international financial institutions like the World Bank, International Monetary Fund and Inter-American Development Bank to …Read More
It has been a little over a month since we got back from the “land of lakes and volcanoes,” ‘aka’ Nicaragua, a delegation of six individuals from different lives who willfully spent a week together in another country where language …Read More
Part V of a series on TPS Missed the last blog? On November 6th the Department of Homeland Security announced the end of TPS for Nicaraguan migrants. Following this news, 2,550 Nicaraguans were given notice to prepare for deportation in …Read More