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Central American Historical Institute

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Central American
Historical Institute

Instituto Histórico Centroamericano
File:IHCAManagua.png
AbbreviationIHCA
Established1981; 39 years ago (1981)
PurposeSocial advancement
Location
  • UCA, Managua
Main organ
envio monthly journal
AffiliationsJesuit, Catholic
Staff
Seven full time
Volunteers
Regular, c.sixty[1]
WebsiteIHCA

Central American Historical Institute (Instituto Histórico Centroamericano – IHCA) is a non-profit civil association founded by the Society of Jesus in Managua, Nicaragua, in 1981. It is engaged in research and education on issues pertaining to the poor and to social transformation in Nicaragua and in all of Central America.

Activities[edit]

Central American Historical Institute is involved in journalistic research, reflection, analysis, communication, education, and social action. IHCA strives to assist all those who are interested in creating a more just and inclusive society in Nicaragua and in the rest of Central America.[1]

Its work includes exposing the anti-Sandinista stance of La Prensa, the traditional newspaper in Nicaragua.[2] It also reflected on the situation of the indigenous peoples.[3] It dealt extensively with the Nicaraguan coastal conflict.[4][dead link] Since the electoral defeat of the FSLN in 1990, envio has turned its attention more to Central American and regional issues, offering information, analysis, and research.[5]

IHCA offers programs within its Global Project. Since 1994 it has sponsored monthly workshops. Since 2003 it has offered leadership training programs for government leaders in Managua, Carazo, Masaya, and Granada. Since 2007 in conjunction with Central American University it has offered Nicaraguan students a diploma in Training for Political Citizenship.[6][dead link]

Staff[edit]

The Institute is run by a staff of 7 full-time and 14 part-time workers involved in research, translation, and administration. Guardian Angel sisters,[7] Jesuit scholastics, and dozens of dispersed people help to coordinate the training efforts. Offices of Central American Historical Institute are on the campus of Central American University in Managua.[1]

References[edit]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 "Instituto Histórico Centroamericano". Jesuitas Centroamérica (in español). Retrieved 2017-03-30.
  2. Linfield, Michael (1990-01-01). Freedom Under Fire: U.S. Civil Liberties in Times of War. South End Press. p. 175. ISBN 9780896083745. Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png
  3. Polanco, Héctor Díaz (1996-01-01). Autonomía regional: la autodeterminación de los pueblos indios (in español). Siglo XXI. p. 199. ISBN 9682320054. Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png
  4. "Coastal conflict" (PDF). Retrieved 30 March 2017.
  5. "Revista Envío". www.envio.org.ni. Retrieved 2017-03-30.
  6. Dumas, Ing. Ismael Ramos. "Diplomado en Formación Política y Ciudadana – Edición XII". www.uca.edu.ni (in español). Retrieved 2017-03-30.
  7. "Hermanas del Angel de la Guarda". www.hnassantoangel.com. Retrieved 2017-03-30.



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