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Computers carry seeds of knowledge; Donations will help Hondurans finish junior high school


Edmonton Journal | October 26, 2009

 

A link between donated computers and peace seems tenuous indeed. That's until you talk with Bryan Butler and Dave Hubert, members of Christian Peacemakers International (CPI) and the driving force behind an educational project stretching from Edmonton to Honduras.

In The Media​
Hondurans bless the peacemakers: Visitors say thanks for help from Edmonton Christians



Edmonton Journal | October 8, 2005

 

Boarding a plane for the first time in his life and flying thousands of kilometres to Edmonton was a bit daunting
for Jose "Chepe" Vasquez of Honduras. 

 

But Vasquez, a Lenca Indian and a 53-year-old father of 14, managed to suck up his fear-of-flying jitters and get on that plane.

'With dreams begin responsibilities ...': City man puts his ideas of social justice before his material well-being



Edmonton Journal | March 24, 2002

 

A link between donated computers and peace seems tenuous indeed. That's until you talk with Bryan Butler and Dave Hubert, members of Christian Peacemakers International (CPI) and the driving force behind an educational project stretching from Edmonton to Honduras.

Undemocratic U.S. foreign policy at root of misery in Central America


Edmonton Journal | Dcember 31, 2001

 

One week after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, I flew to Honduras on behalf of Christian Peacemakers International. 

 

This group grew out of experiences my friends and I had working with refugees
from Central America at the Mennonite Centre for Newcomers. Our work convinced us that unless structural problems which cause refugees are addressed, there will be more refugees. In much of Central America these problems are unequal distribution of land, resources and income.

CPI on CTV News


CTV Edmonton | 2012

 

 

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