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The Che Guevara Volunteer Work Brigade is a project of the
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trabajo voluntario es una escuela creadora de conciencia"
"Volunteer work is a school for building
~ Ernesto Che Guevara
28th Che Guevara Volunteer Work Brigade
April 26 to May 10, 2022
Havana & Santa Clara
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Alongside volunteering, some highlights of our 2022 program include:
> Joining the Cuban people to celebrate International Workers Day on May 1 in Havana!
> Participating in the May 2 International Solidarity Conference with delegates from around the world
> Visiting the recently opened Fidel Castro Center in Havana
> Learning how Cuba developed their COVID-19 vaccines at Cuba's Vaccine Institute
> Meeting with organizations including CENESEX, Cuba's National Centre for Sex Education, which is the driving force of the LGBTQ movement in Cuba
> Visiting the Che Guevara mausoleum and museum in Santa Clara, where Che Guevara and other guerrilla fighters are interred
> Visiting museums and historical sites, including the site of the final battle of the Cuban Revolution which was led to victory by Che Guevara in Santa Clara
> Enjoying Cuba's beautiful beaches!
> Salsa lessons!
Che Guevara Brigade costs:
The cost to join 28th Che Guevara Volunteer Work Brigade is $1080 Canadian. This includes two weeks accommodation, all meals, activities (including English translation) and travel within Cuba. This cost does not include flights and health insurance, which can either be booked independently or via our travel agent.
For more details please contact Che Guevara Brigade National Coordinator Janine Solanki at email@example.com or at 778-881-6156
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The annual Ernesto Che Guevara Volunteer Work Brigade was established in 1993 to exchange political and cultural ideas with Cuba in the spirit of solidarity and respect. The Ernesto Che Guevara Volunteer Work Brigades itinerary includes 5 days of volunteer work on a farm alongside Cubans from women's and youth organizations as well as veterans of the Cuban Revolution. While this work is physical, the pace is not strenuous and can be customized to suit all abilities and preferences. In the past Brigadistas have ranged in age, from 7-86! The morning is our main work time, where Brigadistas work alongside Cubans sharing, learning, and having an important exchange. The rest of the day is for meetings with various groups and organizations, workshops, concerts, dance lessons, or just visit the beach and explore on your own for free time. English translation is provided for all activities and throughout the duration of the trip.
The Che Brigade is a project of the Canadian Network on Cuba and hosted by the Cuban Institute of Friendship with the Peoples (ICAP).