Haitian Embassy a special recognition Xenophobia Barometer in Colombia Giving Tuesday Team distributed food

Fundacion Interpretalab

Org #60791
Vetted since 2019
2017
year founded
$19,380
raised on GlobalGiving
3
years fundraising
1
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Fundacion Interpreta seeks to improve the migratory context in Latin American through social innovation, technology and communications, and build an inclusive society. Goals include: to develop tools that empower the migrant community and improve the exercise of their rights and access to services; and to prevent hate speech and xenophobia. Strategic priorities include the development of social innovation tools for physical and virtual communities. In 5 years we hope to have projects and teams consolidated at the national and regional level working on the resolution of problems related to migration.

Project Leaders
Tomás lawrence
Tomás lawrence
Marckenson Jeanbaptiste
Marckenson Jeanbaptiste
Team
Tomas Lawrence, Ignacio Loyola, Marckenson Jean-Baptiste
Organization Information
Av. Bustamante 26
Providencia
Santiago, 7500776
Chile
569 93267915
Organization Information
Av. Bustamante 26
Providencia
Santiago, 7500776
Chile
569 93267915

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Aug 5, 2022
Xenophobia Barometer in Colombia
Hello everyone, thanks to the work of our entire team and the help of each of the donors, we continue working to combat xenophobia en Colombia.  Analysis of the conversation on migration in...
May 24, 2022
we keep working to fight hate speech
Hello everyone, thanks to the work of our entire team and the help of each and every donor, we continue to work to combat hate speech in Chile. We have resumed some face-to-face activities and we have...
May 19, 2022
We keep working to orientate Haitian in Chile
Covid-19 is causing several casualties in Chile, and the main commercial cities, where many migrants reside, particularly Haitian migrants, are quarantined or in transition. As a consequence, the...
 
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