Casa de los Amigos, A.C. is a Center for Peace and International Understanding in Mexico City. The Casa was established as a nonprofit organization in 1956 by the Quaker community in Mexico, and its work continues to be rooted in Quaker values. Through its programs, community space, and social and cultural activities, the Casa promotes peace with justice, fosters understanding between groups and individuals, and supports the human dignity of every person.

News & Activities

Eight Decades of Refugee Assistance

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  Recently, we were looking through posters from the 1980’s calling for solidarity with Central American refugees who were fleeing their homes due to civil wars. Tragically, 25 years later,...
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Los 60 Años

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What will you do when you turn 60? What did you do when you turned 60? The Casa’s turns 60 next year and we’re going to celebrate. Get excited for...
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A Conga Line

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A Visit from the Caravan of Central American Mothers Every year at this time, I write about the arrival of the Caravan of Central American Mothers and their powerful and...
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Lo Que Pasa: Fall 2015

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October is already over? It’s been awhile since we’ve sent out a Lo Que Pasa, but not because of lack of news and activities! This summer brought a full house...
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A Place to Live in Peace

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“I just need a place where I can live in peace,” exclaimed a Casa Solidarity Lodging guest, reflecting on his long journey to find refuge. Over these past few months,...
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CineMoneda en la Casa: Jueves, 29 de Octubre

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Les invitamos a nuestro evento mensual de cine, conciencia y convivencia  en Casa de los Amigos en conjunto con la Red Tlaloc. Este mes, vamos a ver un documental que...
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