POPULAR HUMAN DEVELOPMENT SCHOLARSHIPS

As US trade and neo-liberal policies continue to influence the cost of living and availability of work in El Salvador, immigration of Salvadorans to the US, Mexico and Canada has become a critical issue both north and south. MASCP funds scholarships for university bound youth in Arcatao in hopes that this will give them skills to not only stay in their country but also to become future leaders. In order to attend university in San Salvador, the students need transport, housing, meals and books

 

At home, MASCP educates people about US trade policies and cultivates relationships with Wisconsin’s policy makers in Washington to inform them about the consequences of US neo-liberal policies in Central America.

SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

MARDOQUEO “MARDO” JOEL MONGE RIVERA

2016

Mardo is a junior at the University of San Salvador majoring in Agronomy.

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A SHORT HISTORY OF NEOLIBERALISM (AND HOW WE CAN FIX IT)

New Left Project

How did neoliberalism come to supplant Fordism and social democracy to the extent that it is now so widely accepted as part of the common-sense furniture of everyday life? And how can it be uprooted?

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