April 3, 2024
Alexia Gardner and Alex Reep

More than 1 million Colombians have been forced to flee their territories since the 2016 peace accords. As extractive industries and armed groups capitalize on displacement, biodiversity suffers. 

September 6, 2023
Gabrielle Apollon and María Alejandra Torres García

The recently launched Hemispheric Network for Haitian Migrants’ Rights connects Haitian leaders across borders to advocate for the rights of Haitian migrants and confront discriminatory policies.

September 23, 2022
Irene Brisson

As daily life in Haiti goes on, evictions, displacement, and other experiences of urban space powerfully shape exclusion and belonging.

August 24, 2022
Allison Lira

A pesar de esfuerzos comunitarios, una empresa minera transnacional ha profanado un cementerio de 200 años en Honduras.

August 3, 2022
Allison Lira

Despite community efforts, a transnational mining company has desecrated a 200-year old cemetery in Honduras.

February 4, 2020
Sonja Wolf

El Salvador passed a new law to help victims of forced displacement. Will it be enough? 

June 18, 2018
Victoria McKenzie and Steven Cohen

USAID has funded the Cerrejón Foundation, the charitable arm of the Cerrejón mine in Caribbean Colombia, to the tune of millions. A months-long investigation reveals its community development projects are a front tied to a long history of displacement, violence, and death.

March 2, 2017
Moira Birss

A year after the assassination of renowned activist Berta Cáceres, Gustavo Castro reflects on the impunity that continues in the investigation of her murder.

September 6, 2016
Laura Hobson Herlihy

Farmers, cattle-ranchers, and extractive industries threaten the livelihood of Nicaragua’s Miskitu people while the government of Daniel Ortega looks the other way.

August 31, 2016
Emma Banks

Incorporating communities displaced by natural resource extraction in Colombia’s post-conflict agenda


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