A new online map allows Hondurans to see all official mining concessions and claim their right to know and decide if mining is done in their community.
The number of murders, attacks, and acts of repression against human rights activists in Latin America has now reached historic levels.
Women are banding together in Honduras and around the world to demand #LandRightsNow.
2 months after the murder of activist Berta Cáceres, investors begin to withdrawal from dam in Honduras
Two investors involved in Honduras Agua Zarca project announce their intended exit
Governments have the duty to protect human rights and in particular those defending them. On this front, developing countries are failing but Latin America is in particular.
Our pledge—to speak out and defend the political spaces being claimed by women and men like Berta Cáceres and Nelson García
In just the last two weeks two Honduran human rights activists were killed for their outspoken defense of indigenous land rights. Their murders are part of the growing backlash against civil society around the world. We need to take concrete steps to reverse the trend - there's no time to waste.