Saturday, March 23, 2019
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Yorleni es one of the women who has benefited from the Legal Advice Centre run by Las Hormigas ('The Ants'), the Intibuca Women's Organization.
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The streets witnessed demonstrations against violence against women in Honduras. In La Esperanza, Intibucá, the feminist organization Las hormigas celebrated this day in the midst of their worries about the increasing rate of femicide in their region. They occupied the streets to say 'Enough is enough' and organized an art competition to raise consciousness of the problem among the...
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To view this video click here. Juju Chang reports from Honduras, the most dangerous country on earth in which to be a woman. She documents the fate of María José Álvarado Muñoz, crowned Miss Honduras and then shot dead, together with her sister. Even the police acknowledge that women are the most targeted. Because of the victim's fame, the police...
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To view this video, click here. Part 2 of the ABC Nightline documentary on women in Honduras. In this episode we see an adolescent maternity unit where young girls, many under the age of 16, come for check-ups, advice and to give birth. Meanwhile sex education is non existent, the morning-after pill is banned and abortion is illegal. The reporter...
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Honduras is a tropical country punished by poverty, corruption and violence. As if that weren’t enough, on November 26th, 2017 Honduras had some very peculiar elections: even though millions of people were called on to vote that day, only one vote counted in the end: that of President Juan Orlando Hernández, who decided to stay for another four years,...
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Women Crossing the Line is a three part mini-documentary series - developed in collaboration with JASS (Just Associates) - that spotlights the work of women activists in Mexico, Honduras, and Guatemala. In Women Crossing the Line: Breaking the Silence Against Women in Honduras we meet Honduran women activists who are rising to protect women's rights, the environment, and democracy....
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It’s well known where Hillary Clinton stood on regime change in Iraq and Libya, but what often gets forgotten is that she threw her support behind the 2009 Honduran coup that ousted democratically-elected Manuel Zelaya. In this week’s Reality Check, Mehdi Hasan highlights how Clinton backed regime change in the Latin American country. Video: Al Jazeera English 1 October 2016
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Inside Honduras: where women are murdered for US$60. Video: Chanel Four News. 3 February 2015
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24 October 2018 Dear LAB Supporter and Friend, Brazil on the edge With all eyes on Sunday (28 October)’s second round of Brazil’s presidential elections, LAB has been trying to keep on top of the torrent of news and opinion sent to us. Jan Rocha, our regular São Paulo correspondent has done an extraordinary job. You can see her blog here,...

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