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Tell the State Department: We Demand Justice for Berta Cáceres, and Protection for Witness Gustavo Castro
Last week, Berta Caceres, Honduran indigenous Lenca leader who fought for the preservation of Lenca natural and ancestral resources, was tragically murdered. Take action to demand justice, and protection for a witness to her murder, Gustavo Castro.
Stand up for human rights in Honduras
Since the June 2009 coup d’état in Honduras, criminalization of human rights defenders in the country has dramatically escalated. The situation in the indigenous community of Río Blanco is particularly concerning. Click here to take action to stand up for human rights.
Take action to protect human rights defenders in Honduras/Tome acción para proteger a l@s defensores de DDHH en Honduras
It takes incredible courage to defend human rights in Honduras. Contact the Senate and U.S. Embassy in Honduras! Tell them that defending human rights is not a crime./Se necesita un valor increíble para defender los derechos humanos en Honduras. Póngase en contacto con el Senado y la Embajada de EE.UU. en Honduras! Dígales que la defensa de los derechos humanos no es un crimen.
Honduras Solidarity Action Toolkit and Resources
June 2012 marked the three year anniversary of the Honduran coup. Over those three years, the Honduran people have endured unacceptable levels of political repression. WFP has created a Honduras Solidarity Action Toolkit to help you organize solidarity actions in your community.
Take Action for Human Rights in Honduras!
In the three years since the military coup, the Honduran people have suffered a catastrophic level of violence and repression. Yet many Hondurans valiantly stand up against injustice and rampant impunity in their country. Stand with them now by taking action!
Thanks to You: Successful Congressional Letter on LGBT Murders in Honduras
Thanks to pressure from activists, 84 members of Congress spoke out about the 70 LBGT activists in Honduras that have been killed since the 2009 coup.
Urgent Action: DEA involved in Honduras massacre
On May 11 the DEA participated in a drug raid with Honduran police that left at least four civilians dead, including two pregnant women. Please join us in demanding an investigation and prosecution of those responsible for these murders.
Take Action to Speak Out Against Death Threats
Honduran journalist Gilda Carolina Silvestrucchi has received multiple death threats for her reporting. You can help by sending a message today.
Tell Obama: Don't Support Human Rights Abusers
Ask President Obama to continue suspending U.S. Military Aid to the Honduran security forces accused of widespread human rights violations.
Open Letter: Restore Civil Liberties and Protect Human Rights in Honduras
Witness for Peace joins other faith-based and nongovernmental groups in calling for an end to the human rights crisis in Honduras.