"What can one person do?" That is always the question. You can educate yourself and then begin to organize to take action.

We hope this site can be a unifying structure so that we know we're not working in isolation. Add your ideas and comments as to how we can become more engaged.
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If you are interested in writing letters or e-mailing politicians go to
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We are not focused on charity or humanitarian projects but build in solidarity with the people working for political change in Swaziland. Whether you wish to look at gender issues, human rights, HIV/Aids, or environmental matters, the governing system can not be avoided. Often government is the root cause to many of the ills in Swaziland.

If you are interested in supporting the people of in Swaziland, want more information on how to become involved with Swazi-Solidarity Canada, please write to

Note:
One letter going to our federal Canadian government represents between 5,000 and 10,000 voters.
Telephone calls and personal letters have more impact than form letters or e-mail.