• Roberto Clemente´s high school concludes with their internal debates

    20 06 2016Theme News

    On Thursday June 16 of 2016, Students from 9th grade and 10th grade debated among each other to find out ...

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  • Students from Pearl Lagoon debate about ways to prevent violence and drug consumption.

    17 06 2016Theme News

    For the second year, 8 students from Pearl Lagoon debate on methods to avoid violence and stop drug abuse. Prior ...

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  • Mateare the first municipality to debut the school debates

    07 06 2016Theme Noticias

    On Monday, June 6 of the present year students from San Francisco Javier in Mateare began the school debates for ...

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  • Bilwi’s Municipal Committee starts to use the tool’s kit to prevent violence and drug abuse.

    02 06 2016Theme News

    Bilwi’s main committee against violence and drug abuse keep its active participation with the campaign “Change now, Just do it”. ...

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  • 53 students and 49 professors have participated in workshops

    27 05 2016Theme News

    For the second time, the campaign “Change Now, Just Do It” launches 13 school debates in the pacific coast. The ...

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  • School´s Debates Kick Off

    24 05 2016Theme Noticias

    School’s debates started with enthusiasm and motivation in Waspam. This municipality was the first to hold debates. More than 400 ...

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  • Jeannessa. Bluefields


    When we get together we could make a change... Let´s make it real and let´s stop violence

  • Student, Bluefields


    I see a lot of child abuse, instead of mistreating, parents should talk more with them, parents must change and stop being violent.

  • Student, Bluefields


    At school there is a lot of disrespect and bullying, students insult one another, say bad words, it´s a bad example for smaller kids. 

  • Mark Joseph, Player


    To keep our youths and children away from violence and drugs; it´s necessary to educate them from home...invest more time in inviting the youths and kids to be in sport.

  • Vidal Taylor, Miskito


    Man ba karnika brisma ramyakara, au bara apia wiaya karnika sin brisma, pura luanka nani ailal briaya karnika brisma, bara kahwaya sin sipsma... kanbi kaikaya karnika brisma ba baku swiaya karnika brisma naiwa druga ba…

  • Julio


    I met drugs and gangs, but now that I have my son and wife I 've decided I want a better life.

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Despite the different situations of exclusion, discrimination and violence experienced in the Caribbean, in the documentary "We are changing " the great responsiveness of communities to confront violence and build alternative models of coexistence shown , consistent with the identity of indigenous and Afro-descendants.

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It's time to get off the drugs and seek freedom.

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It presents the parallel lives of three young coastal inhabitants , who for various reasons fallen into the cycle of violence . In 20 minutes Julio , Antonio and Bismark reality show to the violence that exists in the Nicaraguan Caribbean.


Objective:
Raise awareness and mobilize public opinion in favor of the actions of the family and the community to prevent youth violence and drug abuse through a mass media campaign.

Territory:
The campaign Change now is in the territories of: Bluefields , Bilwi, Waspam, Pearl Lagoon, Desembocadura del Río Grande and Managua.

Actions:
The campaign promotes various activities such as workshops against violence , school debates , documentaries and promotion of non- violence on social networks.

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