Honduras

Witness for Peace delegations examine the post-coup human rights crisis through meetings with organizations and individuals from across Honduran society, including:

  • Organizations that focus on disappeared persons and human rights violations, including the Center for the Prevention, Treatment and Rehabilitation of Victims of Torture and the Committee of Family Members of the Detained and Disappeared in Honduras;
  • Women’s rights organizations like the Collective of Feminist University Women;
  • Business leaders and the Honduran Council of Private Business;
  • Leaders of the LGBTQ movement;
  • Journalists;
  • Labor unions, including the Union of Workers of the National Autonomous University of Honduras.

Delegations also travel outside of the capital to meet with communities that have been faced with repression by the military or police forces.

Latest Updates on Honduras

Global Witness Report on Honduras Vindicates Berta Cáceres Act: We Urge Refining Recommendations for US

A new report from the human rights NGO Global Witness outlines the role of US foreign policy and commercial investment in widespread and systematic abuses of human rights in Honduras. The report, entitled Honduras: The Deadliest Place to Defend the Planet, is the...

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