Travel with CODEPINK

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Tired of sitting at your computer reading depressing news? Ready for some activism that gets you out into the real world and revives your spirit? So are we! We plan activist trips throughout the year to deliver our message at home and overseas. Join us!


Feb 17-26 Delegation to Honduras and Nicaragua

This is a unique delegation to compare two neighboring countries whose shared history contains many similarities and even greater differences.We will compare and contrast rural development, security structures, women's empowerment, and much more! The purpose of the delegation is to highlight the need for our solidarity on behalf of the people of both countries.

  • Costs: $1,000. This includes all travel (except international airfare), all meals, housing (double occupancy), translation and program. 
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  • More Info: WWW.AFGJ.ORG 
    Email: Delegations@AFGJ
    Telephone: 202-540-8336 ext. 1

May 2017 in Iraq Kurdistan 

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This May 2017 join CODEPINK on a trip to Iraq Kurdistan led by the Christian Peacemaker Team (CPT).

  • Dates: May 5-20, 2017
  • Application: Click here to apply
  • Price: $3200 US, which includes round-trip airfare from a designated U.S. or Canadian city. Those planning to travel from other countries, contact the CPT office for more information.

May 5-20, 2017 join CODEPINK on a trip to Iraq Kurdistan led by the Christian Peacemaker Team (CPT).

The Kurds of northern Iraq faced discrimination, terror and death under the regime of Saddam Hussein. After the 1991 Gulf War, they gained a measure of autonomy and safety under U.S. protection. Therefore, as the security situation deteriorated in rest of Iraq following the U.S.-led invasion in 2003, thousands of displaced persons fled to the Kurdish Regional Government (KRG) area in the north, where it seemed safer. However, northern border villages have recently been the site of military attacks by Turkey and Iran. 

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CPT's delegations will be based in Sulaimani, in the KRG. Delegates will meet with representatives of non-governmental organizations, human rights groups, displaced persons, and government officials. They will gain a perspective on the challenges facing people in northern Iraq and the impact there of violence in other areas of Iraq and along the borders of the KRG. The delegation will participate in the work of CPT's longer-term project of reporting on human rights abuses and supporting local reconciliation. Some physical rigors may be involved.

CPT has had a presence in Iraq since October 2002, first in Baghdad and since November 2006 in Iraqi Kurdistan.For more information, contact Rev. Winstong at the CPT office.

**This is the current itinerary for the trip (as of January 2017), please note that it is subject to change!**

 

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