Category: Climate change and the environment
Human Rights Watch: Xiomara Castro’s government has failed to fulfill its promise to strengthen human rights.
On Thursday, the Human Rights Watch (HRW) presented its world report on human rights, encompassing over 100 countries. Regarding Honduras, the report states that Xiomara
Members of the Civic Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras (Copinh) mobilized last Tuesday, December 12 in Tegucigalpa, marching from the Central Bank
After the cancellation of the town hall meeting meant to be held on Saturday, December 9 by the mayor of Tocoa, Adán Fúnez, hundreds of
Violence against campesino families, and legal actions against leaders in Bajo Aguán, in northern Honduras, intensify almost two years after the signing of a tripartite
Climate change is already pushing Honduran reefs to their limits.
Deaths and evacuations resulting from Eta demonstrate the management style of the Honduran government
Officially, Honduras has reported 500 damaged houses, 26 cut off highways, tree loss, and dozens of communities waterlogged by overflowing rivers. The destruction, however, is
The hidden connection between a U.S. steel company and the controversial Los Pinares mine in Honduras
An environmental conflict marked by violence is raging in Guapinol, Honduras, where local inhabitants are resisting an iron oxide mine in a national park. This
By Jennifer Avila/ Contracorriente Illustration by Paola Nirta from a photograph of Juan López / Agenda Propia Photos by Martín Cálix and Fernando Silva /
The kidnapping of five men in the coastal community of Triunfo de la Cruz (Tela, Atlántida), four of whom were Garifuna, is yet another instance
Bay Islands Ask for Review of Tourism Promotion Law & the Abolishment of Articles Harmful to Sovereignty
Civil society groups from the Bay Islands, one of the well-known tourist destinations in Honduras, have also asked Congress to revise the Tourism Promotion Law