Friday, July 20, 2018
Legan Rooster is a prolific self-taught artist based in Tegucigalpa whose vivid images reflect his perception of Honduras' chaos, injustices, and oppression.
Civil society organisations in Central America, one of the regions most affected by climate change, are calling on their governments to defend the interests of peasant families in the upcoming UN climate negotiations in Lima.
By backing corrupt governments in Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala, the USA has helped create the current exodus of large numbers of migrant children, argues Diego Cupolo.
Immigration is contentious both in US internal politics and in its relations with Mexico. Soon, however, US demand for labour may outstrip the supply of immigrants.
This post comes from the Honduras Memoria Creativa blog. The full blog can be read, in both English and Spanish, here. “If they thought they would silence our voices with the din of their rifles, they will see instead that it is we who will silence their gunshots with our song. Long live art in resistance!” Café Guancasco have become the...
A new blog which aims to provide an introduction to the music, art, illustration and literature of a country so often depicted as merely the home of coups and catastrophes.
An interview with Honduran journalist Dina Meza as she presents the PEN International Report on 'Honduras: Journalism in the shadow of Impunity'.
Latin America still has the highest rate of crime in the world. Drug traffic, corruption and the United States have all played a vital role in this drama.
As election approaches, indigenous leaders face mounting pressure
Not only Nicaragua, but Mexico, Honduras, Guatemala, Colombia and Costa Rica are all promoting 'wet' or 'dry' canal projects to join the two oceans. Chinese money is backing all of them.

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