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  1. Populism v. neoliberalism: Indigeneity, territorial rights, and hegemony in Honduras

    • Fernando Galeana Rodriguez
    17 March 2018
    Paper

    How has the “populist” administration of Zelaya and the “neoliberal” administrations of Lobo and Hernandez dealt with the question of territorial rights in Mosquitia?

  2. Drawing strength from our ancestors

    17 January 2018

    Bertha Zúñiga Cáceres talks about how her mother's example and a belief that ancestors continue to accompany our struggles helps her and the indigenous movement in Honduras to continue to mobilise against injustice, state violence and corporate abuses.

  3. Solidairty Mission Honduran activists to Europe

    19 April 2016 - Event

    COPINH, together with EU based NGOs, demands that following the murder of Berta Cáceres after years of violence and intimidation in relation to the Agua Zarca project, international companies and financiers, specifically FMO, Finnfund, CABEI and Voith Hydro (Siemens/Voith), immediately withdraw all support and funding from the Agua Zarca project, and end any ongoing or prospective involvement in any other project impacting the indigenous Lenca in Honduras.

  4. Report of 'Justice for Berta Caceres' International Mission

    • International Mission "Justice for Berta Caceres Flores"
    13 April 2016
    Report

    Report by international mission of 15 parliamentarians, jurists and representatives of human rights, trade union, and popular organizations and networks that travelled to Honduras in mid-March to clarify the context of the assassination of Berta Caceres and to make recommendations to end the culture of impunity affecting human rights defenders in the region.

  5. Update from the “Justice for Berta Cáceres” International Mission

    International Mission "Justice for Berta Caceres Flores"
    21 March 2016
    Declaration
  6. Drug Law reform in Central America

    19 June 2015
    Article

    The Central American region connecting North and South America has traditionally been an area with intensive trafficking routes, of drugs, weapons and people.  Drugs trafficking routes over land and sea have existed for decades, transporting mainly cocaine from the Andean region to the United States and Mexico.  

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    Land & Sovereignty in the Americas: Alberto Alonso-Fredejas, Guatemala

    05 August 2013
    Multi-media

    Alberto Alonso-Fredejas on the narrative contexts in which land grabs are presented and legitimized, and how such activities lead to questions around capital, labor and community relations.

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    The Northern Triangle’s drugs-violence nexus

    • Liza ten Velde
    30 November 2012
    Policy briefing

    The countries of the Northern Triangle are experiencing much higher rates of violence and increasing Drug Trafficking Organization (DTOs) activity than Mexico which has occupied the limelight when it comes to media attention. To what extent is the drugs trade responsible for this violence?

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    Honduras: The preventive coup (Final Part)

    Saul Landau, Nelson Valdes
    21 January 2010
    Article

    Zelaya's biggest sin was proposing, through a non-binding referendum, a Constitutional convention to consider structural change.

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    Magical Realism -- A coup in Honduras, so 20th Century! (Part 1)

    Saul Landau, Nelson Valdes
    14 January 2010
    Article

    By recognising the coup in Honduras, Obama follows the old US Latin American policy of siding with corporate interests against the will of the people.

  11. Drug Law Reform in Honduras

    01 January 2010
    Article

    In recent years, Honduras has become the country with the highest levels of violence in the world. In 2012 the country had a murder rate of 92 per 100,000 people. Organised crime and its connection with drug trafficking may be one of the causes of this increase in violence. Drug trafficking gangs use the country as a transit point on the route to the United States. The violence is related to the conflicts between the gangs in their dispute over territory, extortion, money laundering, etc.

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    Global Action Day for Honduras, August 11, 2009

    La Via Campesina
    05 August 2009
    Article
    Via Campesina calls you to participate in a "Global Day of Action for Honduras", which will take place on the 11 of August of this year.
  13. Condemnation of brutal repression in Honduras

    Peter Weiss, International Mission for Solidarity, Accompaniment, Observation to Honduras
    30 July 2009
    In the media

    The International Mission to Honduras denounces the Honduran de facto government’s brutal repression of thousands of people protesting pacifically today against the Coup d'Etat.

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    Report from the international mission for solidarity, accompaniment, and observation in Honduras

    Thomas Walgren
    29 July 2009
    Article
    An international mission for solidarity, accompaniment, and  observation in Honduras arrived in Tegucigalpa on Monday 27th  July and reports that "heavy censorship, suspension of the freedom of movement and gathering and the lack of credibility of the information provided by the de facto government and authorities controlled by it contribute to creating a situation of tension and fear."
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    International Mission in Honduras receives denunciations of grave human rights abuses

    28 July 2009
    Article
    International Mission reports a medical emergency of more than 1,000 people trapped by military checkpoints and condemns the assassination of Pedro Magdiel Martinez Salvador.
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    Hondurans Call Out for Help from the International Community

    Medea Benjamin
    02 July 2009
    Article

    Our emergency international delegation to Honduras, organized from the United States by CODEPINK, Global Exchange and Non-Violence International, began its fact-finding mission in the wake of the June 28 coup that overthrew President Manuel Zelaya.