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Xiomara Castro llegó a la presidencia con la promesa de refundar el país tras más de una década de neoliberalismo agresivo. A pesar de grandes retos, la esperanza no se ha frustrada aun.
En el contexto de una cultura de impunidad, mujeres figuras públicas están siendo asesinadas en Honduras en tasas alarmantes.
Amid a widespread culture of impunity, women public figures are killed in Honduras at an alarming rate.
In Guatemala and Honduras, regional anti-mining networks have become key players in struggles to combat extractivism and the criminalization of activists.
A pesar de esfuerzos comunitarios, una empresa minera transnacional ha profanado un cementerio de 200 años en Honduras.
Despite community efforts, a transnational mining company has desecrated a 200-year old cemetery in Honduras.
In the Honduran Muskitia, Indigenous people have long been targets of violence and injustice by the government’s fight against drug trafficking.
Ending more than a decade of right-wing rule, Xiomara Castro will enter office on January 27 with an agenda strongly shaped by women’s activism and other social movements.
Days before the elections in Honduras, many living outside the country worry they won’t be allowed to cast their ballots on November 28.
At stake in Honduras’s upcoming general election is the continuity or rupture of the neoliberal, authoritarian pact between political and economic elites.